The SideWalker – is your dog pulling on the lead?

£139.00

The SideWalker – is your dog pulling on the lead

We’ve all had a dog pulling on a lead, it makes walking a drag!

Is your dog pulling on the lead? The SideWalker lead trainer provides a gentle training method to help create a more enjoyable on-lead experience for you and your dog. A pulling dog is not only uncomfortable but it can be dangerous. Dogs that are pulling forward can be seen as a threat to other dog walkers or pedestrians which can be seen as anti-social. The SideWalker helps owners to be able to walk with a loose lead, this means both the owner and dog are relaxed leading to a more enjoyable walk.

If you have a dog that is pulling on the lead the SideWalker is the ideal solution. As your dog pulls the pressure sensor will activate the collar, keeping the training message clearly associated with the behaviour. The SideWalker teaches your dog not to pull excessively and promotes safe and effective training.

Nothing Else Like it! 

  • 5 adjustable settings, including vibration
  • Progressive levels within each setting
  • Long-lasting, rechargeable battery 
  • Lightweight, waterproof design 
  • Low battery indicator

Will the correction hurt my dog?

No stimulation has been safely used for over the 30 years – indeed recent studies (including the UK DEFRA report) have dismissed the myths surrounding the use of training collars for dogs. The SideWalker is not a conventional dog training collar; the correction is delivered when the dog pulls against the lead. When a dog is pulling on a lead it makes walking a less pleasurable experience for both the dog and owner. With SideWalker the dog quickly learns that it is the pulling that delivers the correction and, therefore, the dog chooses to walk beside the owner without the need of yanking or yelling.

Is there a recommended age for using the collar?

Ideally we recommend that the dog is 6 months plus to start using the SideWalker.

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The SideWalker – is your dog pulling on the lead

We’ve all had a dog pulling on a lead, it makes walking a drag!

Is your dog pulling on the lead? The SideWalker lead trainer provides a gentle training method to help create a more enjoyable on-lead experience for you and your dog. A pulling dog is not only uncomfortable but it can be dangerous. Dogs that are pulling forward can be seen as a threat to other dog walkers or pedestrians which can be seen as anti-social. The SideWalker helps owners to be able to walk with a loose lead, this means both the owner and dog are relaxed leading to a more enjoyable walk.

If you have a dog that is pulling on the lead the SideWalker is the ideal solution. As your dog pulls the pressure sensor will activate the collar, keeping the training message clearly associated with the behaviour. The SideWalker teaches your dog not to pull excessively and promotes safe and effective training.

Nothing Else Like it! 

  • 5 adjustable settings, including vibration
  • Progressive levels within each setting
  • Long-lasting, rechargeable battery 
  • Lightweight, waterproof design 
  • Low battery indicator

Will the correction hurt my dog?

No stimulation has been safely used for over the 30 years – indeed recent studies (including the UK DEFRA report) have dismissed the myths surrounding the use of training collars for dogs. The SideWalker is not a conventional dog training collar; the correction is delivered when the dog pulls against the lead. When a dog is pulling on a lead it makes walking a less pleasurable experience for both the dog and owner. With SideWalker the dog quickly learns that it is the pulling that delivers the correction and, therefore, the dog chooses to walk beside the owner without the need of yanking or yelling.

Is there a recommended age for using the collar?

Ideally we recommend that the dog is 6 months plus to start using the SideWalker.

Additional information

Weight 4 kg

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