head collar


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head collar

n
(Horse Training, Riding & Manège) the part of a bridle that fits round a horse's head. Also called (esp US): headstall
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head collar

n head£stall (Am) [ˈhɛdˌstɔːl] ncapezza
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Often the use of a head collar rather than a neck collar and lead can help you to control your dog enormously.
"I thought immediately that the horse may have an embedded head collar."
And after Jane managed to get a head collar on the foal, the officers pulled and she pushed and eventually they managed to heave it out of the bog and onto the bank.
"She's wearing a head collar and is not allowed outside for months.
That said, if the handler takes enough time to properly condition a dog to a head collar, some dogs learn to accept the collars and seem reasonably comfortable with them.
A baby pink head collar and a black bridle with red diamante brow band were also stolen from the vehicle which was broken into on Alderney Grove in Thornaby in the early hours of Sunday, May 1.
It would be even better if he wore a Gentle Leader head collar to more easily control him.
He was rescued by the Devon-based charity in 2010 after suffering an horrendous neck injury caused by an embedded head collar, which was made worse when industrial bleach was poured over the wound.
diva at all' brown mark on his hip, plus his head collar and lead rein, had all disappeared.
John demonstrated his simple methods for asking a horse to just move to the left or right through the slack rope of an even slacker head collar. He explained: "You are just transferring your thought from your head, down the rope into the horse's mind and that translates into his movement.
SSPCA Inspector Fiona McKenzie said: "Robbie was wearing a head collar so I think someone may have held him still during the attack.