The Halti® headcollar has become the world's favorite canine headcollar because it has been designed to combine maximum steering efficiency with 'kind control' and unequaled comfort for your dog. There are no metal parts in contact with the dog's skin and the point of steering is well down the nose and away from the eyes. The Halti makes training and behavior modification of your dog practical and safe. It can be used in a number of ways: either as a passive means to simply stop your dog from pulling on the leash, or as an active training aid. Handlers can gently direct the dog's head, steering him into desired positions which can then be rewarded and linked to a command. The Halti allows freedom to pant and yawn. A particular feature of the Halti is that it has an on-off muzzling action. If it's possible that your dog might bite, it can be engaged, and it can be shifted off for a non-biter. Approved by vets and canine experts. Free 20-page training guide included.
We offer two colors: Red and Black
Watch this brief video showing how to get started with the Halti headcollar.
Six sizes available
Size 0 for necks 11.8 - 15"
Size 1 for necks 12.6 - 16"
Size 2 for necks 14.2 - 18.5"
Size 3 for necks 15.7 - 20.9"
Size 4 for necks 17.7 - 24.4"
Size 5 for necks 20.5 - 28"
It's important to have the correct fit--see the chart in the images to get started. Sizing is based on the measurement at the base of the neck, about where the collar would sit. Before deciding the size, please take a moment to measure your dog's neck, using a cloth measuring tape or string, twine, etc. Measure, wrapping the tape or string snugly, but not too tight. If using string, then hold the final length up to a ruler or yardstick to determine its length. If in doubt, go to the next larger size. This will help prevent an exchange, which just wrecks everyone's day! : )
Below is a quick guide for many popular breeds. Keep in mind that the sizes indicated in this list are for typical adult dogs - smaller females or juveniles may need a size smaller--measuring the neck will help determine if that is needed.
Afghan Hound 3, Airedale 3, Alaskan Malamute 3, American C/Span 1, Basenji 1, Bassett Hound 3, Beagle 2, Bearded Collie 2, Bedlington Terrier 2, Belgian S/Dog 2-3, Bernese Mt/Dog 4, Bichon Frisé 0, Bloodhound 5, Border Collie 2-3, Border Terrier 1, Borzoi 4, Boston Terrier 1-2, Bouvier 4, Boxer 3, Briard 3, Brittany Spaniel 2, Buhund 1, Bulldog 2-3, Bull Mastiff 4, Bull Terrier 3, Cairn Terrier 1, Cavalier Spaniel 1, Chow Chow 3, Clumber Spaniel 4, Cocker (Eng) 2, Corgi 1-2, Dachshund Min. 0, Dachshund Std. 1, Dalmatian 3, Doberman 3-4, Elkhound 3, English Setter 3, Flat Coated Retriever 3-4, Foxhound 3, Fox Terrier 1, German Shepherd 3, Golden Retriever 3, Gordon Setter 4, Great Dane 4-5, Greyhound 3, Irish Setter 3, Irish Water Spaniel L, Irish Wolfhound 4, Jack Russell 0-1, Japanese Akita 3-4, Keeshond 2, Kerry Blue Terrier 2, King Charles Spaniel 1, Labrador 3, Lakeland Terrier 1, Lhasa Apso 1, Llamas 2-4, Lurcher 2-3, Maltese 0, Maremma S/Dog 3, Mastiff 5, Munsterlander 3, Newfoundland 4, Old English Sheepdog 3, Papillon 0-1, Pekingese 0-1, Pharaoh Hound 2, Pit Bull Terrier 2, Pointers 3, Poodle Toy 0, Poodle Min. 1, Poodle Std. 2-3, Pug 1-2, Pyrenean Mt. Dog 4, Rhodesian Ridgeback 4, Rottweiler 4, Rough Collie 2-3, St. Bernard 5, Saluki 2, Samoyed 3, Schnauzer Min. 1, Schnauzer 2, Schnauzer Gt. 4, Scottish Terrier 2, Shar Pei 2, Sheltie 1, Siberian Husky 3, Soft-coated Wheaten Terrier 2, Springer Spaniel 3, Staffordshire Bull Terrier 2, Weimaraner 3-4, Welsh Terrier 2, West Highland Terrier 1, Whippet 1, Yorkshire Terrier 0