Four Paws No-Pull Trainer
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Four Paws No-pull Trainer

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Small No-Pull Trainer for small breeds like schnauzers, poodles, dachshunds, and pugs. Used by professional trainers worldwide, the No-Pull Trainer will stop any dog, any size, from pulling. Gives you maximum control without choking your dog. The No-Pull Trainer needs no collar. Now, walking your dog will be a pleasure not a chore. Directions: 1. Before using, open black buckle by using both of your hands and pulling apart the two pieces of the restraint closest to the metal ring. 2. Move both the slide adjustment and lock buckle approximately four inches away from the metal ring. Before placing on dog, make sure the slide adjustment is facing you with the Four Paws name upside down. Put large loop of the restraint over the dog's head and behind the two front legs, resting on the middle of the body. Pull restraint forward between front legs. Push slide adjustment towards the mid-chest area. 3. Slip the No-Pull Trainer restraint back over the dog's head. Adjust the lock buckle down for a comfortable fit. Avoid over tightening. Snap lock buckle shut. Attach your leash to metal ring.
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Kim M.
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Rating: 4

A Good Pick For The No-Pull Harness

posted 6 years ago

This is a good choice of harness for the short nose dogs that cannot wear the head halters or the beginner puller. If your dog has been pulling for some time though or if they are extreme to the point where the dog is gagging or choking himself I would suggest to go to the head halters. This is also a simpler design than some of the other no-pull harnesses so it a little easier to put on and fit to the dogs body. It also is slightly less expensive than some of the competition.

Pros: easir to put on and less expensive than most of the competition

Cons: not as helpful for the extreme pullers

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IamaCat
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Rating: 3

Theoretically stops the pulling

posted 6 years ago

I tried every single variety of these I could find but none of them fit her. Eventually I had to get a prong or pinch collar- even though I thought I would do "positive reinforcement" only. The pinch collar made a world of difference- our walks became happy, joyous events because, well, we were all happy.

I guess that not all dogs have read Skinner's work and don't get the positive reinforcement ideal. too bad.

Pros: theoretically should stop the pulling

Cons: didn't fit my dog

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