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Canny Collar for Dog Training - The Kind, Safe and Comfortable No Pull Dog Collar, Train Your Dog Not to Pull on a Leash - Easy to Use Dog Training Headcollar for Enjoyable Walks - Black

Canny Collar for Dog Training - The Kind, Safe and Comfortable No Pull Dog Collar, Train Your Dog Not to Pull on a Leash - Easy to Use Dog Training Headcollar for Enjoyable Walks - Black
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Canny Collar for Dog Training - The Kind, Safe and Comfortable No Pull Dog Collar, Train Your Dog Not to Pull on a Leash - Easy to Use Dog Training Headcollar for Enjoyable Walks - Black
Regular price $37.95 USD
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Benefits using Canny Collar


There are many training collars out there that claim to stop your dog pulling so why choose a Canny Collar? Here are ten very good reasons:


A dog having a head collar noseband put over his nose

It's as easy as fitting your dog's regular collar. We use a standard, nickel-plated steel buckle and pin fitting for greater security and a simple line of high quality webbing to control your dog’s head. There are no complicated instructions, just fit it and go!


The Canny Collar can train your dog to walk on a simple collar and leash with no pulling. By moving the nose band on and off your dog’s nose as required, you can gradually teach him not to pull at all, even when he feels nothing on his nose.


Dog wearing a head collar with mouth open. He can breathe, pant and drink water

Because your dog only has one piece of material over his nose and not several straps, he will accept this more quickly than other devices that are more restraining. He can open his mouth, breathe, pant and drink water wearing the Canny Collar as it does not keep the mouth closed when in use.


No need to take the Canny Collar off when letting your dog run free – simply use the carabiner clips to fasten the nose band underneath your dog’s chin (snout) and away he goes.


The Canny Collar is simply a standard collar, generously padded for comfort, with a single line of material (the nose band) going over your dog’s nose. This means he is free to breathe freely, open his mouth and enjoy his walk as much as you want him to. There is less material to restrict his mouth which also allows him to get used to the Canny Collar very quickly.


The Canny Collar is used by organizations such as Guide Dogs, Dogs Trust and Ability Dogs Canada as well as rescue shelters throughout the US and Canada. It is also recommended by many dog trainers and training classes.


Each year, we donate to many rescue organizations, charities, fairs and events that help dogs in need. Like you, we care about the welfare of dogs and want to do all we can to make a dog's life more happy, secure and stress-free.


When you use a Canny Collar, you're in good company. Since it was launched in 2005, over a million collars have been sold to dog owners just like you. People who once struggled to control their dogs now enjoy walking them comfortably by their side on a loose leash.


Pet Product Retail Association certificate awarded to the Canny Collar as their Best New Product 2006 in the UK

The Canny Collar was voted ‘Best New Product’ by the UK pet industry shortly after it was launched and since then many dog owners like you have found out exactly why. It is kind, safe, comfortable and effective – in short, everything you are looking for when wishing to humanely train your dog to walk on a loose leash.


How to use Canny Collar :


Fasten the Canny Collar around your dog's neck, ensuring the buckle is positioned just behind his ears at the back. Fold any excess collar and tuck it under the lip of the buckle. The Canny Collar should fit higher up the neck than a conventional collar, as shown.

How to fit a Canny Collar step 2 - test to see it cannot come off


A snug fit is essential with any head halter to ensure that it cannot come off your dog whilst walking. Test the Canny Collar by trying to pull it off your dog's head whilst facing him - if fitted correctly, this should not be possible.

How to fit a Canny Collar step 3 - attach the leash


Pull each end of the thin nose band behind your dog's head and attach your leash to both 'D' rings at each end.

How to fit a Canny Collar step 4 - place noseband over your dog's nose


Pull the nose band through the small yellow plastic guider at the front of the Canny Collar and place over your dog's snout. With some breeds, it may be easier to do this before attaching the leash. Take care not to twist the nose band before placing it over your dog's snout.

How to fit a Canny Collar step 5 - leave plastic guider under chin


Ensure you leave the plastic guider under your dog's chin. This is absolutely vital. If this plastic guider is not kept under the chin, the Canny Collar will not function correctly.

How to fit a Canny Collar step 6 - apply backwards pressure and release


When your dog starts pulling on the leash, apply gentle backward pressure. Instant release of the pressure occurs when he stops pulling. This pressure and release system is the key to using your Canny Collar correctly as your dog trains himself to stop pulling.

How to fit a Canny Collar step 7 - cross slip line behind head


When letting your dog off leash, the Canny Collar can be left on him by removing the nose band from his snout and pulling it out fully. Cross the nose band behind his head and drop it either side of his head as shown.

How to fit a Canny Collar step 8 - fasten together with D rings under chin


Bring the D rings together to meet underneath his chin and use one or two of the optional carabiner clips to secure the D rings together. Never fasten your leash to the carabiners.

When walking your dog, your leash should be kept short but loose so you can control him quickly and easily. An extendable or very long leash is not recommended for use with the Canny Collar as the nose band may not remain in place on your dog's snout.


Put the Canny Collar on and go for a walk immediately. Keep your leash short but loose when walking and aim to have your dog in the 'heel' position. Using a shorter training lead will make this easier, around 4 ft length is ideal. Give him plenty of vocal praise when he begins walking well.

The first time you put the nose band over your dog's nose, he may resist it and try to paw it off his face. Any head halter will cause this reaction for some dogs. It is similar to the feeling we have when wearing a wristwatch for the first time - some dogs are simply not used to it. If your dog reacts this way, try desensitizing him first by introducing the collar slowly, then building up to going for a walk.

You should continue walking so that your dog focuses on the walk rather than on the Canny Collar, lifting your leash when he paws at it and verbally encouraging him to follow you.

When you first start walking with the Canny Collar and getting your dog used to wearing it, you will have to pay attention to him during the first few minutes to make sure he is keeping his head upright, that the Canny Collar is loose around the mouth area and that the leash is long enough to be loose but short enough so that the nose band does not move towards the front of his nose and fall off.

These first couple of minutes are an opportunity to connect with your dog and be focused on training him to walk well. The first five or ten minutes are the most important part of the walk for both of you and if you can get your dog walking well in this time, the rest of the walk will be a breeze.


Once your dog is walking, instantly lower the leash to release the pressure on the Canny Collar (you should also let him have some more leash here) and give him plenty of vocal praise whilst keeping walking. He needs to know that at some point in the walk, the pressure will be released; otherwise he may just continue to pull against it.

Repeat this action if again he tries to remove the Canny Collar. Because the leash is connected behind his head, he will not be able to get a paw over it and bring the walk to a stop. Nor will he get the Canny Collar off over his head if the leash is kept in the correct position. Sometimes you may need to let the leash out if he drops behind you, bringing it back in again once he catches up.

Once any initial resistance to the Canny Collar has stopped, continue walking your dog for a short distance and then stop and give him plenty of praise.

Use treats or clicker training if your dog responds well to these to accustom him to the Canny Collar.

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