Wednesday, August 5, 2015

Barking Wednesday ~ Does your dog pull on his leash?

This week on Barking Wednesday I want to tell everyone about the Sporn Stop Pull Halter.

I was having a heck of a time stopping Diesel from lunching on his leash. I was doing some research and found the Sporn Stop Pull Halter for Diesel on Amazon. 
The halter  is designed to prevent dogs from pulling.  It is a very simple concept. A main collar with two leads that connect at the center of the main collar and go under each leg attaching in the center under Diesel's neck.

 It took me a while to figure how to get the halter on him....but once I figured it out - it is very easy.

I was so surprised that the Sporn Stop Pull Halter worked. Shocked is more like it! Diesel immediately stopped pulling and tugging on his leash.

If you have a dog that tugs on his leash - the Sporn Stop Pull Halter just might be the answer to your problem.....it sure cured Diesel. The nice part is that Diesel does not mind having the halter on - it must be comfortable for him.
Stops Pulling Instantly!The original Sporn Halter® was invented by Joseph Sporn in 1992.
Using only the highest quality materials, this halter is guaranteed to stop your dog from pulling. The Sporn Halter® is made of the highest quality braided cord and nylon webbing with thermoplastic and nickel-plated steel fasteners. The Restraints™ are threaded through the fabric Sherpa Sleeves™ for your dog's maximum comfort. Available in 4 sizes and is easily transformed to a standard collar. 

30 comments:

  1. My dog is really well behaved on leash, but I still have a harness. I don't like the idea of him straining his neck.

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  2. We've been talking about getting a dog, so I enjoy running across articles like this. I'll definitely be getting a harness for our guy.

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  3. I've always preferred a harness over a leash. Dogs can be such dumb dumbs sometimes, they can really hurt themselves.

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  4. My dog does and we ended up getting him a harness to keep him from choking himself.

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  5. this looks like a great leash for dogs that have loads of energy and don't like to walk with their owners!

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  6. I bought my husky something like this and it has been a life saver! It's a lot easier on me and I don't feel like she's being choked!

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  7. We have a dog that is a leash puller. We will have to check this out.

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  8. This could be really helpful, especially with very strong dogs. It's good to know it's optimized for comfort!

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  9. My daughter has two dogs that are leash pullers. I am going to share this with her.

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  10. I don't have dogs but my MIL who lives with us has pugs. I will have to tell her about this leash!

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  11. I've always thought harnesses were better than traditional collars. I think it helps the dog not get choked in case it happens to pull suddenly.

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  12. This sounds like a great leash. I don't have pets, but I will share this with friends and family that do.

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  13. I am going to let our neighbor know about this, they just adopted a new dog and are really struggling with it. She even checked out 8 books on the breed from the library yesterday.

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  14. We used to use harnesses when we had dogs too, I just never cared for leashes.

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  15. I love anything that does not cause harm to the neck - I get so upset when people pull a dog. This looks like a great harness.

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  16. We have used gentle leaders with our two crazy huge dogs but this looks like a better solution

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  17. One of my grandma's dogs was a leash puller. It was very hard to walk her too. This sounds great!

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  18. Glad that you were able to calm your dog down from pulling. Looks like a secure leash

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  19. I have seen some of the dogs in the neighbourhood wearing this!
    I have to say as a non dog owner I feel a lot more comfortable walking by a dog with this kind of leash than the other kind... I'm always fearful they are going to jump on me.

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  20. Our two dogs pull on their leash so much that it almost chokes them! We've been looking into getting a harness for both of them!

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  21. This looks like a great option for a dog who pulls a lot. We have cats but I know from walking friends dogs how powerful they are!

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  22. This is a great idea. My dog is pretty good but my Grandpa's dog is another story!

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  23. This would be perfect for my Sisters dogs. They are always pulling on their leashes. I will have to share this post with her.

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  24. That looks like a great harness. We have to use harnesses because our dogs are pugs and attaching a lease to a collar isn't safe. They are so eager to walk that they are definite pullers. Time to try this instead.

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  25. This Leash looks quite sturdy ... At the moment my Dog does not pull on his leash .. but it's great to have a sturdy one

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  26. this looks like the perfect thing for my sons dogs who are mighty active and yes leash pullers as well. Will be sharing this with him

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  27. we had a no pull harness when my big dog was a puppy. He's better now but it was such a great tool

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  28. We need this for our dog! She is the worst at pulling on her leash!
    ~Amanda

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  29. This looks like a good invention. I needed something like this when we had our dog. Our dog was pulling us all over the place.

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  30. I have to recommend this to my sister she had two dogs and I have only children.

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