As a head halter
A detailed walkthrough on how to correctly use and condition the K9 Lifeline Transitional Leash® as a head halter
Step 1: PULL LEASH THROUGH THE S-HOOK TO MAKE TWO LOOPS WITH THE S-HOOK HANGING IN THE MIDDLE
Step 2: LARGEST LOOP (CLOSEST TO THE LEASH) GOES OVER THE DOG'S HEAD FIRST
Step 3: SMALLER OUTER LOOP GOES OVER THE SNOUT
Step 4: MOVE PLASTIC STOPPER TO BACK OF HEAD (BUT NOT TOO TIGHT)
Step 5: ATTACH BLACK SAFETY CLIP TO COLLAR
As a slip lead
How to correctly use the K9 Lifeline Transitional Leash® as slip lead
Step 1: MAKE A SINGLE LOOP AND PLACE OVER HEAD
Step 2: MOVE PLASTIC STOPPER TO BACK OF HEAD (BUT NOT TOO TIGHT)
Step 3: ATTACH BLACK SAFETY CLIP TO COLLAR. ADJUST LEASH TO SIT ALONG JAWLINE
How you hold your leash can make a big difference on your success
DON'T: Hold your leash in only one hand. Whenever possible, use both hands to provide the greatest security and control.
DON'T: Hold your leash with the palm upwards. This is an unnatural way to hold the leash and makes it difficult to apply the "pressure on, pressure off" training.
DON'T: Wrap your leash around your hand. This can cause damage to your hand and inhibits your ability to use the tool correctly.
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