Bubbles is one of the most incredible dogs I’ve ever met. She’s totally submissive to other dogs, obedient to us and even does as she’s told by the children. She’s the perfect running companion and a fabulous playmate for both Pluto and the girls. She knows basic commands and always comes when she’s called. Her beautiful nature is likely to be due to her breed – she’s a crossbreed but mainly Staffordshire bull terrier. And along with the incredible attributes her breed possess, she has also inherited the one bad habit. She pulls terribly on the lead. So did I want to test out a Meg Heath bespoke head collar that would stop that behaviour in its tracks? Of course I did!
About Meg Heath bespoke
Meg Heath have been making bespoke dog leads, collars and training leads for over ten years. All products are handmade in the UK and Sarah who owns the business has a background in dog training. She is also a dog owner, dog rescuer and kennel owner. There’s not much she doesn’t know about dogs.
The website boasts a vast array of products and colours. Each one is handmade to your requirements. There is a simple form on the website allowing you to pick the size, colour and specifications of your product.
The Meg Heath simple leader head collar
This is the product that has revolutionised our life with Bubbles. That sounds a bit over the top, but it’s true. Since she was about six months old, Bubbles has been a nightmare on the lead. She’s not aggressive and doesn’t pull constantly. But when she sees something exciting, she is a disaster zone. Even off the lead, she reacts to dogs and runners by sprinting like Usain Bolt. And I don’t just mean she’s fast, I mean she’s upright – on two legs. On the lead, this translates to pulling, dancing, jumping and generally going mad. But look at the difference her new head collar makes!