I tweaked it a bit and it worked like magic
Even though my dog weighs 40 pounds, she's strong and does not seem bothered by the feel of a typical collar on her neck. Even though I held her off the ground by her collar, she was completely happy for me to tug at her neck. She may not be in the best of health if she continues to do this. Although I have been relatively successful at training dogs, I have been utterly useless at training leashes. According to the information I've read recently, the reason my other harness makes pulling worse is that it gives the dog more efficiency at pulling. I need to get a harness with a front clip. Without really knowing what made one better than the other, I chose one with very high reviews. My thoughts on this one are as follows The pros are I am - Colors are lovely - She did not find it difficult to pull herself back after some elastic stretching at key points
- That's all there was to it. Pulling stopped within 7 minutes of the start of the race. The type of dog can fit into this type of crate barrel chested but skinny - The leash stopped twisting on her front once I strung it through her handle on the back. The cons are I am - While it may ride forward occasionally due to the elastic stretching, the fact that she seemed unbothered by it during our walk is encouraging. I am - I got the leash out of my dog's mouth and she acted like I was beating her (as she does when having to put a harness on her). I am - After some trial and error we found the right fit for her letting out around the neck meant the back piece could be pulled in tighter, where she is thin. Also, this caused the lead to twist slightly as she pulled, until I realized I could feed it through the back handle so it would not pull the harness Now that I know how to harness her, I'll do it that way. I am - It's hard for me to figure out what the purpose of the security locks (red buttons) on the plastic clips are. In order to remove the harness, you have to unclasp it, but I find that a waste of time.
| Mar 14, 2021
The material is really sturdy and highly reflective
A DESCRIPTION OF MY DOG AND HIS SIZE After getting my puppy so suddenly, I bought him a cheap harness until I had time to do some research and get a better collar for him. This turned out to be the best option in the end. There are about 12 puppies in his litter, one of which is a beagle mix He is 14 weeks old and weighs less than 20 pounds. On a tight setting, he fits well in the small, and he has By the time he is an adult, he might need the medium, but he can also use the small. His hair is a bit too long for him right now, but I think he will grow into it soon. The color and safety of a product I was a little disappointed when I saw that the orange harness on the picture looked like a beautiful rusty color, but in reality it is more neon/construction/safety cone orange in color. I suppose neon is better for visibility, so in that respect it's a good choice. This has a lot of reflective piping on it, which is a great feature! The pictures of him I took in the dark with a flash at night should allow anyone driving at night to see him in their headlights, as I took them at night in a dark room. The key to comfort and durability is There is a lot of stiffness and thickness to the fabric, which seems to help in terms of durability. had to pick him up with the handle several times already when he gets too close to something he shouldn't, the most recent time was when he ate the whole cigarette off the sidewalk. It is not recommended to pick them up by their handles unless it is an emergency, but you can do it when puppies are getting into things that are dangerous or when a large dog is lunging or jumping. Although the fabric seems very thick, it is not very breathable and doesn't seem all that So far, he hasn't tried to get it off or fought against it, even while sleeping, so I don't think it bothers him as It is too thick for him to scratch through. Because the fabric is so thick and evenly distributed, even when I am tugging him, holding him back, or telling him what to do, I don't feel like I am hurting him, but with the old harness, I was worried that I was injuring him. My choice for this harness was that it's padded under his armpits, because most other harnesses are just a thin strap that digs into the dog's skin when they are still learning to walk on a leash. Getting him to walk properly on a leash will take some time since he is a scent dog. I will keep him on a short, high leash at all times so he will not think a harness like this is much safer for him and more comfortable for him. I like that it can easily fit over the car seat, and I feel like the thick padding should help distribute shock in the event of an accident, and keep his bones and joints safer than a thin harness or a Despite the fact that there are two heavy duty metal rings, one on the back and one on the chest, I feel confident that my leash would last much longer than the rings. Additionally, the buckles also appear to be heavy-duty (plastic, not metal), and they are bulky, which would be uncomfortable for him, but ASSISTANCE WHILE USING THE PRODUCT As you can see, you have to go over and above their face and head with this one, which he does not mind, but some dogs may. Furthermore, it's a big hassle adapting the straps to his body size, since he's a squirmy hyper puppy and it has to be adjusted with him in it. While it took me fiddling with it a couple times over 2 days to get it to fit him well, it was well worth it because unlike other harnesses, moving his arms and tail does not loosen the straps, so I know he cannot get Previously, the straps of the old harness could dangle after adjusting, which he would chew on, but now the straps keep their position even while the harness is almost snugly fitted. Would it be a good idea to buy it? As a dog lover, I have no way to speak directly to the quality and durability of larger dogs who might jump, lunge, or pull, but if the quality and durability are the same, I believe this is one of the best harnesses you could buy for under $60. It already does nicely for a Boxer/Pit/German Shepard mix that I once had, and I think it will do well for one that is similar. In addition, I like the handle, but I would prefer it if it were oriented along the spine rather than vertically. It's also a good idea to do this if you're concerned about safety at night! This harness would probably be way overkill if you were looking for something very comfortable for a lazy lapdog or a small dog that doesn't need much leash training. For me, lighter, more breathable, and easy to put on and take off would be the best choice. You may need it if you have a big dog or a hyper puppy, do a lot of climbing or outdoor activities, need assistance with leash training, need to pull your dog by the handle, etc. I have found this to be the perfect affordable harness.
| Nov 20, 2020
You ripped me! Attractive and incredibly easy to use, the harness is a great buy
Bright green is so fun to look at! Currently, I have a 6 month old Great Pyrenees in my care. As he is a fairly laid back dog, he does not pull too Obviously, it was poor stitching that caused the shirt to fall apart. As I am just outside the return period, I will have to accept a loss. Dog owners, be aware of buying this for their pets!.
| Jul 16, 2020
As far as we can tell, things are going well
In that case, this could be a success for us. We are trying a harness on this Boxer girl for the third time. Despite 5 attempts to escape the first one, she was able to secure a getaway. In the second harness, she would not be able to fit The Thinkpet one fits well, although I would prefer it to be a bit tighter around her neck, but she is growing fast, so it will soon be comfortable for her. In the girth and on the handle, it fits well and snugly. That handle is so beautiful! I love it! As I am teaching her how to sit down and remain down, I can grab onto that handle and keep her in place and prevent her from jumping up on people as well. If she can't get away from it, then it will be a wonderful experience. In the future, I intend to use it in a car as a Despite the color being vibrant, it is extremely saturated. For my second dog, I have ordered a teal collar.
| Oct 02, 2020
The body type of a saluki mix or a grayhound
Please join us! The Saluki mix received this as a gift. The length and slenderness of her body is impressive. As a matter of fact, I like that it has safety reflective lines. It was a bit scary to buy a size large for Medium and large would be a good fit for her. The size of her chest was somewhere between large and medium, and the size of her neck was in the medium category. It was the large size that I ordered. This is a good fit for her. I noticed she slept in it after our walk and I think I might have to tighten the straps up more. But, I was unsure she was comfortable in it, and she could not have been happier. It was both the front and back rings that I used. It's the back ring that she prefers because she likes to nose through the leaves, and the front ring will prevent her from exploring and turn her body back toward me, which will prevent her Although she can be a little pully, it isn't a huge problem for me. Anyhow, if you have a grayhound body style dog, give preference to the chest size range rather than the neck size range. Here are some tips I hope will help you.
| Jun 23, 2021