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About K9CreationsNM

How We Got Here

Since we first started working with rescues many years ago, K9CreationsNM found that backwards pulling leashes just work best for tough pullers, our mentor taught us this.


Now, as canine behaviorists and dog trainers, we have worked with many tough cases over the years and backwards pressure never fails in the end. Coming from an engineering background, I decided to fix the sideways pulling head-halter dilemma.


Now you can successfully control your pup with just a tad of pressure, then release. Just like similar transitional type head-halter leashes, but easier.

  1. Just loop, with cord lock at top.

  2. Make a figure eight.

  3. Pull loop over snout, then tighten cord lock.

  4. Attach safety strap. Ready & train!