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Colors: Black, Blue, Red, Tan, Green and PINK.
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Video of Miriam Fields-Babineau acclimating a dog to application of the Comfort Trainer Head Halter. This method teaches dogs to easily accept and even aid in the application, using positive reinforcement methods.
This is how it should fit on your dog.
How to Choose the Right Size for Your Dog
The Comfort Trainer is sized by the dog's weight.
Size 1: 5 - 10 Pound Dogs
Size 2: 11 - 25 Pound Dogs
Size 2 Thin: 11 - 25 Pound Dogs with short noses
Size 3: 26 - 55 Pound Dogs
Size 4: 56 - 80 Pound Dogs
Size 5: 81 - 110 Pound Dogs
Size 6: 110 - 150 Pound Dogs
Size 6+: Dogs over 150 Pounds
All orders shipped priority mail. Shipping charges as follows: $1 - $50 order = $7.95 $51 - $100 = $9.95 $101 - $150 = $11.95 $151 - $200 = $16.95
For a limited time! Purchase the entire training program for only $99. That's a 10% discount off of all products in the program. The training program includes a Comfort Trainer Head Halter, Freedom Harness, Double Clip Lead, Treat Pouch (with a water bowl and poop bag dispenser), and the book Click and Easy: Clicker Training for Dogs, which describes how to train your dog using positive training techniques and how to use both the Comfort Trainer and Freedom Harness. Click on link at bottom of this page to view how-to videos on training your dog using these products. Click here for more info and to place an order.
When working with a highly reactive dog, use both the Comfort Trainer and Freedom Harness together. This gives you "power steering" to aid in teaching your dog to focus, without having to use forceful methods.
Training tools, such as the Comfort Trainer, are not life-long restraining devices. They are to be used when training your dog and then phased out. The below video addresses how to begin with this process. The end result is a dog who works well using only a front connecting harness, such as the Freedom Harness.