Genuine Dog Gear EZ All-in-One Head Halter & Leash
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Genuine Dog Gear's new one size EZ Halters are a wonderful training tool for those
dogs who need extra control. A head halter is an essential and humane method for gaining that advantage.

The basic premise is that once you can c
ontrol the nose, you can control your dog! If your dog needs much greater control than a normal collar allows, this halter is an excellent tool for gaining your dog's attention and getting the control you desire. The figure 8 style is completely adjustable to fit all dogs and the leather tab tightens behind the head to prevent the dog from slipping out of his halter. Very soft webbing reduces the chafing commonly produced by other head halters.

We like the EZ Head Halter much better than the Gentle Leader. It is far simpler to put on, quickly fitting any size dog without complex adjustments. This means that you can use the same EZ Head Halter as your dog grows and for all your dogs since you can adjust it appropriately in seconds.

Fitting the EZ Halter and Leash is fairly easy. Simply place the two loops over your dog's nose and then slip the loop with the slider over your dog's ears. Slide down so that the fit is snug but not too tight. The neck loop should lie just behind your dog's ears. Make sure your dog is able to open her mouth wide enough to pant or pick up a ball.

Genuine Dog Gear EZ All-in-One Head Halter & Leash
  • Made of very soft and silky, yet strong tubular nylon, 5/8" wide. Will not pull up into your dog's eyes or chafe the skin. Soft on your hands as well..
  • One size fits all dogs over 10 lbs.
  • Leash 4 to 5 feet long once adjusted for your dog. 3/4" wide.
  • Grab and go! Slips on your dog in a second and stores easily in your pocket.
  • Attachment point is at side of head for safety and control.
  • If nose loop comes off, dog will still have the upper neck collar on, preventing escape.
  • Allows your dog to pant.
  • Easy to switch to walk your dog on either side of you.
  • Three attractive colors.
  • $21.80



IMPORTANT NOTE: Your dog will need to learn to wear a head halter calmly as the sensation of having something on his nose is a new and strange concept. Just follow the steps below to guarantee success!

Positive Treating + Gradual Steps of Success = Head Collar ACCEPTANCE


Expand the two loops (use slider if necessary). You want the loop that is farthest
from the slider to be slightly larger than your dogs muzzle. The loop closest to the slider should be slightly larger than your dog's head.

2. Hold both loops in one hand and hold a treat in your other hand. The fun treat game is simply to get your dog to reach through the loops to get the yummy prize. You can be praising him as well while he is being treated.
3. Now load your pockets or wearable treat pouch with small bite-size or small cube-size treats in preparation. As soon as your dog
is enthusiastically shoving his nose through the loops to get the treat, you are ready for the next step.
4. Leave the smaller loop over your dog's nose, and bring the loop with the slider over the ears. Take out a handful of treats and keep treating while this is on so that dog gets the connection of the positive treat with the sensation of the loop being on. 
5. Adjust the slider so that the halter is able to remain on, yet is only being fitted loosely on the face. It may be helpful to have a friend treating your dog continuously as you are doing this. 
6. Now, continuously praise and treat your dog for a couple of minutes while the collar is on. Do not allow him to paw it off. As soon
as your dog is calm, remove the collar and take a break. You can actually take his food and use that as your treats as you place
the collar on again a few times over the next couple of days.
7. Practice with your dog by having him wear the halter for only 2 to 3 minutes at a time, feeding tiny treats as it is on. Do this many times daily, especially using his dinner as treats while this is on. It is great for him to associate dinnertime, a supreme positive,
with the wearing of the halter.
8. Practice leading your dog around the house while you feed him treats.
9. For the first walk outside, put the EZ Halter on, but continue with your original collar and leash. That means there will initially be no pressure on the halter. Be sure to feed lots of treats from your treat pouch to guarantee calm behavior.
10. For your second walk, begin holding onto the EZ Halter Leash for the ending few minutes of your walk. Then, gradually extend the amount of time you are holding onto the Halter Leash until it is being used solely, with no need for the second leash and collar.
11. If at any time your dog tries to paw or scratch at the nose loop, ignore it yet calmly prevent him from getting it off. It is very important
to reward him for a few seconds as soon as he stopped his pawing or scratching behavior.