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Post by Sara n Ozzy on Thu May 09 2013, 21:10

just thought I would share recent experience, Ozzy pulls like atrain but since we bought the dogmatic headcolalr, he is like a different dog, no pulling and seems to calm him down, he does try to try and get it off now and again but he cant so just gets on with itHeadcollar 2013-03-12064147_zpsb3a35619

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Post by Guest on Thu May 09 2013, 21:11

great stuff sarah , how long have you been using it

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Post by Sara n Ozzy on Thu May 09 2013, 21:12

about a month now, he is transformed
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Post by Guest on Thu May 09 2013, 21:13

I love my dogmatic too!

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Post by rainny/bruno on Thu May 09 2013, 21:39

i got one for my bruno a few weeks ago, best thing i have brought, i have more control over him now Smile
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Post by Guest on Thu May 09 2013, 21:46

Head collars can have a very good effect on some dogs - glad the dogmatic has worked for you!

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Post by Sara n Ozzy on Fri May 10 2013, 11:17

The only thing is, stupid naive people think its a muzzle and give us a wide berth, but I dont care.....
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Post by Mrs McFisher on Fri May 10 2013, 13:42

I bought Lou, the Dogmatic collar, lead and head collar - i havent used the head collar yet, but i shall be startin this weekend.
She was used to a harness, so when i put the collar on around her neck, this stopped her pulling so much for a while, but now i think she is used to this, so im now moving on to the head collar. Only thing is, im not looking forward to putting it on her, cos i know she will try to struggle out of it. We bought her a halti and it lasted 2 minutes before she managhed to wriggle out of it,. so no point putting that on her again as she knows that she can get out of it.
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Post by Sara n Ozzy on Fri May 10 2013, 14:11

Ozzy cant wriggle out of it but just make sure its not too slack or she will, as long as you can get two fingers vwteen teh collar and her neck you shoudl be fine, Ozzy wriggles when it first goes on but no no avail, then he just forgets about it but my word, no pulling and so much more control, Ozzy is soo strong but with this on its a lovely pleasant walk without the arm socket ripping out stuff
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Post by Mrs McFisher on Fri May 10 2013, 14:16

I shall let you know how i get on..the test will be when walking her to the bottom of the street where there is a dog in a garden, never gets walked, jumps up at the gate like its going to go through the gate, but she pulls me so much to get to that garden, it is sooo annoying. Maybe the headcollar will sort that out.
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Post by Sara n Ozzy on Fri May 10 2013, 14:19

should do, i have the same thing on our usual morning walk, it used to be horrendous but having control of the head makes a massive difference, do let us know how you get on
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Post by Guest on Fri May 10 2013, 23:13

Glad it worked! I have always been weary of suggesting them for staff cause of their short snout but its good to know they can work.

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Post by Guest on Fri May 10 2013, 23:16

Great news it's going well thumbs up

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