You deserve better than a tug of war with your dog whenever you venture out; it's not in your dog's best interest and it's not pleasant or safe for you. But not every dog learns to walk at your side easily. The K9 Bridle is a simple but clever tool designed to communicate with your dog in a way that he understands.
Do not confuse the K9 Bridle with other training halters that are available. We're sure that you have seen dogs wearing the ones that go into the dogs' eyes, interfere with their mouth, and look like muzzles. But an even bigger problem with these head halters is that the point of control is under the chin, so tension on the leash twists the dog's head to the side. This can cause vertebral damage and the dog also learns that he can still pull if he tilts his head to the side.
The K9 Bridle stops pulling. It works from the back of the neck, exactly where you need to have control, on a principle similar to a bit-less bridle for horses—if that will stop a horse, it can also stop a dog. When the lead is tightened, pressure is applied to the front of the dog's face and tells the dog to not to pull. The dog easily understands this clear and precise signal. He soon learns that when he moves forward from the heel or close position the bridle applies slight pressure and reminds him where he should be. Force is not required, and it should be avoided! The goal of this tool is effortless control. No strength is required by the handler, making it ideal for people with disabilities. This is the next generation of training halters offering total effortless control.
Designed primarily to stop dogs pulling on the lead, the K9 Bridle has proved to give amazing results with dogs that have behavioral and aggression issues.
Important: The K9 Bridle is used in conjunction with a flat buckle collar. As a safety device, there is a strap under the chin. Should the unthinkable happen and your dog manages to get the bridle off, you are still attached to your dog as shown in our product video.
What size bridle does your dog need? Click on the Sizing tab above for instructions on how to measure your dog and choose the appropriate size.
The K9 Bridle comes in multiple sizes and is adjustable. Click on the link below and select the breed(s) that best matches your dog. Females often have smaller skulls than males so there are sometimes two sizes next to a breed listing. There is occasionally the exception to the rule; if you find that the size is wrong please contact us.
Breed & Bridle Size Chart