Sporn Halter

Sporn Halter
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Price: $21.95
Product ID : Sporn Halter
Weight: 0.50 lbs
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Description

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.

Sizing Recommendations
Small: 9-12 inch neck and approximately 8-25 pounds
Medium: 12-17 inch neck and approximately 25-60 pounds
Large: 16-24 inch neck and approximately 60-90 pounds
Extra Large: 23-33 inch neck and over 90 pounds


Recommended for walking purposes only. The nylon restraints and sherpa sleeves may be detached from the Sporn collar, so that only the standard collar may be used. We do not recommend leaving the restraints and sherpas on the dog unattended.


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Reviewed by Bill
12/28/2011 - 09:43:51 AM
Great rig
Have just ordered my 3rd one. Ordered my 1st one almost 20 yrs. ago for a basset hound that kept gagging due to constant hard pulling. Sporn solved the problem immediately and walks became pleasurable for both of us. After my basset died at 16 yrs., I immediately bought a new one for the basset/beagle mix from a rescue that I know have. The mix is a lot more active than the pure bred and just broke the nylon which holds the metal ring on the bottom of the collar. The basset's original collar is back in service pending delivery of the one just ordered. Training and just plain walking are so much easier with the sporn halter. I'll never be without one for my dog.
Reviewed by tdfarmer@satx.rr.com
11/25/2011 - 08:01:29 AM
It's Simple-The Sporn Halter WORKS
We have a 74 pound American Pit Bull Terrier who pulls something fierce. He has had significant training to curb this trait, but he's young and it's going to be a LONG haul. We tried head halters, which work very well, but it's pretty clear that he dislikes the band around his mouth and just below his eyes. At wit's end, we tried the Sporn halter...and it worked! Immediately! We love the control and the reasonable price; he loves not having a constraint, however gentle, around his muzzle. It's certainly worth a try if you've got a puller. And by the way, it doesn't matter how small your dog is; if he/she pulls and runs up to people and other dogs virtually uncontrolled, you're asking for trouble. Train your dog and get a Sporn...
Reviewed by tdfarmer@satx.rr.com
11/25/2011 - 08:01:29 AM
It's Simple-The Sporn Halter WORKS
We have a 74 pound American Pit Bull Terrier who pulls something fierce. He has had significant training to curb this trait, but he's young and it's going to be a LONG haul. We tried head halters, which work very well, but it's pretty clear that he dislikes the band around his mouth and just below his eyes. At wit's end, we tried the Sporn halter...and it worked! Immediately! We love the control and the reasonable price; he loves not having a constraint, however gentle, around his muzzle. It's certainly worth a try if you've got a puller. And by the way, it doesn't matter how small your dog is; if he/she pulls and runs up to people and other dogs virtually uncontrolled, you're asking for trouble. Train your dog and get a Sporn...
Reviewed by Lisamdee
11/07/2012 - 10:51:51 AM
I'm getting a second one!
I bought one for my pocket pit mix. She doesn't weigh more than 30lbs but when trying to walk her and my 30lb beagle mix, the pulling becomes too much. I picked up the medium for her and I will NEVER get her another type of harness. I've spent over $100 in other harnesses that ended up being donated to the local SPCA. She doesn't even notice she's wearing it ! She doesn't choke herself like other harnesses or step out of them (as long as you tighten it appropriately). Now that she doesn't pull as much, I'm noticing how much my beagle pulls ! Guess who's getting one too. My only suggestion is to make sure you have a shorter leash when using this. I currently have a 6ft one and the loop you pull to tighten ends up hitting her in the head sometimes (occupational hazzard for a low rider like her). I think EVERYONE should have this for a dog that pulls or needs more control. I'm telling everyone I know about this !
Reviewed by Duchess
10/16/2014 - 02:40:48 PM
The best ever
I have had 2 of these collars for a VERY long time. The are extremely effective and do not hurt the dog in any way. I just lent one to my neighbor and I am purchasing a new one for our new puppy. I would not use anything else. I highly recommend this collar to anyone who has a dog of any age/size that does pulls to try this collar. You will not use anything else...
Reviewed by Linda
09/03/2012 - 03:17:07 PM
Yes it works
This is for the owner of the "prey driven dog"...it works. Upon adopting my rat terrier (who doesn't "walk", he " hunts") from a shelter, they recommended a "Sensible Harness". It chafed him raw! Then I purchased a nice mesh harness from Pet People. He discovered if he pulled backwards, the whole set-up would slip over his head and he was...free! Then I purchased the Sporn mesh harness. Evidently the ring on the harness for holding the leash was too thick for a standard leash clip. He discovered that if he shook really vigorously that the leash would disconnect and he was...you guessed it, free. The regular Sporn harness that I have just ordered is the only system that works. (I even ordered replacement parts for his original one. The collar is still good.) Now if he sees "prey", he can even get to the point of standing on his two hind legs (tree trunks); but, he is not injured. (He has to have some pleasure outside, since he is always on a leash, because we have no yard and dog parks are a mixed bag anyway). And he will then listen to me when I decide to move on. Thus, we are both happy campers.
Reviewed by admccrobie
08/08/2014 - 07:43:39 AM
Love them!
I've tried other harnesses/halters before but this halter works the best! I have two 70lb labs who love to walk and pull. Other harnesses would fray and snap/break. Now walking them is enjoyable and we all look forward to it! I'd recommend this to anyone.
Reviewed by burk50
02/17/2012 - 12:17:34 PM
Excellent product
I have a 10 month old chocolate lab who was becoming a nightmare to walk, especially near the water. I purchased the Sporn halter this morning and went to the canal. I have to say I was absolutely amazed. She fought me at first but after 10 minutes was walking wonderfully, I can finally relax and take the dog for a walk. This thing works!!! Oh by the way, now the wife can take the dog out too.
Reviewed by hmullins
01/08/2012 - 11:03:08 AM
Amazing
I'm actually blown away by this product! When the lady at the pet store told me this would stop pulling, i didn't totally buy it, but thought i would give the Sporn a try since the price was so reasonable. We have a 35 lb boston/bulldog mix who is always pulling, darting and jumping. The Sporn stopped that on the first walk. My dog was happy, and for the first time EVER, there was slack on the leash! This product is actually AMAZING, and our walks are now much more enjoyable!!! Highly recommend.

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