Dog Harness - NO PULL

As you can imagine there are 1000’s of different harnesses on the market and many benefits from using a dog harness in comparison to a dog collar. But to ensure your dog is comfortable and no damage is being caused, it is imperative that a non-restrictive or unrestrictive harness is being used.


By using an unrestrictive harness, it allows the front legs and the shoulder joints to move as they would usually without a h


arness on. The harness should fit comfortably, and you should only be able to fit two fingers underneath all sides of the harness, we have a video on our YouTube channel which shows you how to fit our harnesses correctly.


https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=wWT1i2lKKYM



If your dog pulls or is not able to walk nicely on the lead, you should choose a harness which is padded and has a D-Ring (or attachment point) on the back. Our Original design harnesses have two-point attachments on them to help with training. Simply attach a lead to the front of the harness and another to the back of the harness for greater control and to reduce pulling.


The benefit of a dog harness is that it takes away the pressure from your dog’s neck in oppose to a collar. This makes it less likely for them to be exposed to lead and pulling injuries. There are also many studies proving that using a harness prevents eye problems and neck pressure can lead to increasing base-line eye pressure. This is especially important for brachycephalic breeds (short nosed breeds) such as pugs, shih-tzus, chihuahuas and French bulldogs. If you have a dog in this category, a harness is going to be a much safer option for you.







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