The Gentle Leader headcollar fits securely over your dog's nose

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Then, a few days ago, I googled “best no pull lead for large dogs” and this was the 3rd listing after the lupine no-pull harness, which seemed like it wouldn’t work with my dog, and the miracle leash. Though both were just as interesting as the Infinity Lead, it was the simplest out of all 3 in my personal opinion with no hassle about the size of the dog’s girth to match with the product.
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We bought a 33 foot, 1/2 inch Brahma orange lead for training our dogs. This is a really excellent product. We went on vacation and took our dogs out on the beaches where they could run free with the training leash attached. The orange shows up well even in the water. The lead is very strong and sand resistant, winds up well; good solid clasp. Just perfect for what we needed. The only caution would be to watch out for ‘rope burn’ on the hands. Would recommend your company to anyone. Thank you! Nylon Training Lead | Cesar's Way
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These leads can be helpful when you don't have another leash available, but shouldn't be used on a day-to-day basis. A slip lead looks like a regular flat leash, except it has a metal ring on one end instead of a clip. You pass the handle end of the leash through the metal ring to form a loop. Then you put the loop over your dog's head. Pulling on the handle tightens the loop around your dog's neck. A slip lead allows you to walk your dog on leash when he's not wearing his collar.Trust Ray Allen Manufacturing with your professional K9 gear and equipment needs. We have studied and worked with the professional K9 industry for Police K9, Military Working Dogs, Professional K9 Trainers and consumer dog markets. With this knowledge and community based approach Ray Allen has developed and manufactured some of the highest quality leads, leashes, bite suits and training aids.I have a Chinese sharpei name lloyd I have bought ever no pull collar and harness out there just bought one called front range harness attached the leash to the front as it said and not only can he still pull me when he sees other dogs but it goes sideways when he does. I’ve got the gentle leader again because first one broke where u lock it under chin but thankfully he was inside when it happened. If for some reason it breaks again if not attached want he run loose More than 5 million dog owners have found the secret to controlling their dogs on walks. Imagine if each time your dog tugged on the leash, it turned him around. He just might find that he's not getting anywhere. That's the whole idea. The Gentle Leader headcollar fits securely over your dog's nose. The nose loop redirects his head towards you when he pulls forward, preventing pulling and giving you his full attention.I am in the process of training my 4 month old lab-pointer mix. She already knows many tricks, including how to get out of a halter, how to chew on her own collar when it is on and how to jump up and at least attempt to take the leash from my hand. I do use a very expensive shock collar with an even more expensive electric invisible fence. It keeps her in a three acre field which is her outside playground. I also have resorted to using a head collar (without the e collar on). It has helped her learn that the collar and leash are not toys and I am the leader. Focus on me. I use treats when she responds as directed, withhold treats or a favorite toy when she does not respond as directed. The bottom line for me is that I am the human and she is the dog. I take the e-collar off periodically during the day and definitely at night. In fact, my vet uses one for her dog. Like anything else, I feel that each dog is different — breed, energy level, and traits are all different between dogs. What works for one will not work for another. I also believe that one must use a combination of positive and negative reinforcement. But, then I am a retired school teacher and treat my dog, as a child who at times must be corrected — positively or negatively.