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Blue K9 Bridle (select size)

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  • This is the position you should start with the K9 Bridle in . Safety leash hanging down at the bottom point of the triangle. Loop (that will go around dog's nose) facing you and located at the bottom point of the triangle, above the safety leash. The top two corners of the triangle are formed by the brass hoops that will be pulled together and attached to your leash.
  • Keeping the triangle formation, pop the K9 Bridle over your dog's head (like a necklace). Let go and let it hang like a necklace.
  • With the nose hoop on, find the end of the safety leash and attach it to your dog's collar (on the metal loop where their tags hang). You're now done working at the front of your dog - prepare to look behind his/ her head.
  • Find the brass hoops behind your dogs head. They're at either end of the the portion of the K9 Bridle that runs across the dog's neck at the back. Pull them towards each other.
  • The brass hoops need to come together and line up. You're going to attach your leash through both of them at once.
  • You're hooked up! At this point, the entire tool comes together. As soon as you hook the leash on, it will fit a little snugger around the muzzle - it should feel secure BUT NOT TIGHT. If you give a tiny tweak on the leash you will see the brass hoops sitting against the dog's neck come closer together. This is the unique SYNCHING motion of the K9 Bridle coming into play. When pressure is applied your dog will feel a slight tightening across the muzzle and something similar to a 'mommy pinch' at the back of the neck. This is how you communicate with your dog to stop pulling or that their behaviour is not desired.  Corrections (tweaks) must not be forceful and be immediately followed by you relaxing the leash. It is in this contrast that your dog will understand what it expected of him/ her. DO NOT PULL CONSTANTLY ON THE LEASH. This will entirely undermine the function of K9 Bridle and will confuse and distress your dog. Pressure followed by release is what will help your dog distinguish desirable behaviour from undesirable behavior (ie lunging/ pulling).
  • All hooked up and ready to go!
$26.00

 Product Description

  • Great shade of blue. Available in SMALL & LARGE (other sizes temporarily out of stock). 
  • The K9 Bridle is adjustable and available in 5 sizes and a variety of colors. If you need help with size selection, please see below or please do contact us for more advice +435 731 7533 (Heather)
  • Female dogs often have smaller skulls than the males in any particular breed so there are sometimes two sizes next to the breed that best matches your dog. 

    Check out the K9 Bridle Size and Breed list below. There are also photos at the end showing you how to measure up your dog and the size that corresponds to those measurements.

    BREED

    Bitch/Dog

     

    BREED

    Bitch/Dog

    Airedale

    Medium/large

     

    Japanese Spitz

    Extra Small>Small

    American Cocker Spaniel

    Extra Small>Small

     

    King Charles Spaniel

    Extra Small>Small

    Australian Shepherd

    Medium

     

    Labrador

    Medium Small/Medium

    Beagle

    Small

     

    Labrador x Collie

    Small/Medium

    Bearded Collie

    Small/Medium

     

    Lakeland Terrier

    Extra Small>Small

    Bearded Collie x Terrier

    Small/small

     

    Leonberger

    Large

    Bedlington Terrier

    Extra Small>Small

     

    Lhasa Apso

    Extra Small>Small

    Belgian Shepherd

    Small>Small

     

    Lowchen

    Extra Small>Small

    Belgian x Lurcher

    Small>Small

     

    Lurcher - Whippet type

    Small

    Bernese Mountain

    Large

     

    Lurcher - Greyhound type

    Medium

    Bichon Frise

    Extra Small>Small

     

    Mastiff

    Large/Giant

    Border Collie

    Small>Small

     

    Newfoundland

    Large

    Border Terrier

    Extra Small>Small

     

    Norfolk Terrier

    Extra Small>Small

    Boxer

    Medium/Medium

     

    Norwich Terrier

    Extra Small>Small

    Briard

    Large

     

    Novia Scotia Duck Tolling Retriever

    Small>Small

    British Bulldog

    Ring for advice

     

    Papillon

    Made to Measure>Extra Small

    Bull Mastiff

    Giant

     

    Patterdale Terrier

    Extra Small>Small

    Bull Terrier

    Medium/large

     

    Parson Jack Russell Terrier

    Extra Small>Small

    Cairn Terrier

    Extra Small>Small

     

    Pointer - English

    Medium

    Cavalier Spaniel

    Extra Small>Small

     

    Pomeranian

    Made to Measure>Extra Small

    Chihuahua

    Made to Measure

     

    Poodle - Toy

    Extra Small

    Chinese Crested

    Extra Small

     

    Poodle - Miniature

    Small

    Chow Chow

    Medium/large

     

    Poodle - Standard

    Medium

    Cocker - English

    Small

     

    Pug

    Not suitable

    Collie X breed

    Small

     

    Pug x Jack Russell xbreed

    Made to Measure>Extra Small

    Corgi

    Small>Small

     

    Pug x Papillon xbreed

    Please ask suitability

    Dachshund (Miniature)

    Made to Measure

     

    Rottweiller

    Medium/large

    Dalmatian

    Medium/Medium

     

    St Bernard

    Large/Giant

    Dobermann

    Medium/large

     

    Samoyed

    Medium

    English Setter

    Medium

     

    Schnauzer - Miniature

    Extra Small>Small

    Field Spaniel

    Small

     

    Schnauzer - Standard

    Small>Small

    Flat Coated Retriever

    Medium

     

    Schnauzer - Giant

    Large

    Fox Terrier

    Extra Small>Small

     

    Shetland Sheepdog

    Extra Small>Small

    German Shorthaired Pointer

    Medium

     

    Shih Tzu

    Small

    German Shepherd

    Medium/large

     

    Siberian Husky

    Small/Medium

    German Shepherd x Retriever

    Medium/large

     

    Soft Coated Wheaten Terrier

    Small>Small

    German Spitz

    Small

     

    Springer Spaniel - English

    Small/Medium

    Golden Retriever

    Medium/large

     

    Springer Spaniel - Welsh

    Small/Medium

    Gordon Setter

    Medium

     

    Staffordshire Bull Terrier

    Medium

    Great Dane

    Large

     

    Terrier Xbreeds

    Made to Measure>Extra Small

    Greyhound

    Small/Medium

     

    Tibetan Spaniel

    Extra Small>Small

    Hungarian Vizsla

    Small/Medium

     

    Tibetan Terrier

    Extra Small>Small

    Irish Red Setter

    Small

     

    Trailhound

    Large

    Irish Wolfhound

    Medium/large

     

    Weimeraner

    Medium

    Italian Greyhound

    Made to Measure>Extra Small

     

    West Highland Terrier

    Extra Small>Small

    Jack Russell Terrier

    Made to Measure>Extra Small

     

    Whippet

    Extra Small>Small

    Japanese Akita

    Large

     

    Yorkshire Terrier

    Made to Measure>Extra Small

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Interpreting the measurements

Under 18 inches - possibly made to measure - email for more information

Around 20 inches - Very Small

Between 22 and 30 inches - Small

Over 30 inches - either Large or Giant (generally only mastiffs and similar breeds will need the giant)

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 Product Reviews

  1. excellent control of dog

    Posted by Jool on 29th Jul 2017

    This head halter is awesome! I tried several popular no-pull harnesses and another halter that attached the leash under the chin, but this one worked the best. I have a large boxer--he is a real challenge to walk because he pulls and goes crazy when he sees cats or other dogs. With the K9 Bridle, I have control over him. He tries to pull and yank his head around, but the K9 Bridle stops him. Walks used to be a nightmare, now I have confidence that he won't be able to pull me off my feet or twist out of my grasp. I did need to do some training with him to get him used to using something that went over his muzzle so he didn't keep trying to paw off the halter. I bought a soft muzzle (for use at the vet) and gave him lots of treats when he wore it, then transitioned to the head halter. When I first started using the K9 Bridle, I put a couple of his favorite treats in my hand and put the part over his muzzle at the same time as I lured him with the treats. After a few times of this, he now lets me put it on with no treats. My dog trainer recommended K9 Bridle, and it has definitely made a big difference in my dog's behavior.


  2. K9Bridle Bliue

    Posted by Angelica Franco on 12th Mar 2017

    I purchased the blue in small based on breed size. My dog is a PBGV, roughly about the same size as a Corgi. It fit's a little loose on him because there were instances it would slip off his head. I usually just have to readjust it again. It does work, it did prevented him from pulling, just a slight tug is enough to correct his behavior. I saw this worked amazingly in the PCC Veterinary Technology Program dogs that we are teaching to walk properly on leash walk and now further proof it worked on my dog as well.


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