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:
Canny Collar Lifetime Guarantee
The Canny Collar is designed to go the distance – how many other training products give you a warranty for life?! We will replace any Canny Collar free of charge to the original purchaser, no questions asked, in the unlikely event that the collar fails due to a manufacturing fault or material defect.
Easy to fit, simple to use
It’s as easy as fitting your dogs 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!
Training, not restraining
The Canny Collar can train your dog to walk on a simple collar and lead with no pulling. By moving the slip line 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.
Your dog will accept it more quickly
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.
You can leave it on when off lead
No need to take the Canny Collar off when letting your dog run free – simply use the carabiner clips to fasten the slip line underneath your dog’s chin (snout) and away he goes.
More comfort for your dog
The Canny Collar is simply a standard collar, generously padded for comfort, with a single line of material (the slip line) 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.
Used by respected organisations
The Canny Collar is one of the recommended training aids of the Guide Dogs for the Blind, the Dogs Trust and the RSPCA in the UK. It is also recommended by many dog trainers and training organisations.