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This harness prevents general discomfort, strangulation, limb or mouth injuries, skin problems & neck damage. The no-pull harness goes around your dog's body instead of their neck to keep them comfortable & happy
A hassle-free experience, quickly & conveniently get your dogs harness on & off in a matter of seconds. Simply put the harness over your dogs head & fasten the clip, then they're ready to go.
It's easier & more comfortable for your dog to walk with a harness so they will enjoy their walks much more. It also makes it much easier for you to walk your dog.
The harness keeps your dog locked in safe & secure, so you can easily control them. The reflective front strap & strips also makes your dog visible to keep them safe at night.
You want your dog to be safe, secure and comfortable while walking on the leash. Dogs who pull on the leash should always be walked on harnesses, since the pressure caused by the collar can hurt the neck & can damage the trachea.Buy Now
Using a Paw Harness instead of dog collar makes it easier to control & manage the dog. And they massively helps in reducing respiratory problems & tracheal collapses.Buy Now
We have optimised our harness to provide you with maximum control while also providing maximum comfort for your dog. The harnesses’ chest strap is parallel to the leash ring - allowing the pullback you give to be felt by your dog most efficiently and safely. This means that you can hold back or stop your dog when you need to with less effort. The wide chest strap helps distribute the power over the chest for the proper comfort of your pet.Buy Now
If you’re buying a harness for a puppy, a fully grown dog, or for a smaller breed, our harness is the smart choice. The structure of the harness differs between sizes, ensuring the same level of comfort and control is provided no matter how big or small your dog.
Strangulation - If used in the wrong way, collars can put your dog at risk of strangulation.
“A dog … can jump up and snag their collar on a fence post or a window latch,” which can lead to suffocation, says Dr John Pacy, owner of Healthy Pets House Calls, a mobile veterinary service in Palm Beach County, Florida. Hanging tags can also get caught on crates and other objects and cause choking, he says.
Even a well-fitting collar can be dangerous if used to tie up a dog in the backyard, says Dr Barbara Hodges, a veterinary advisor with the Humane Society Veterinary Medical Association. She says she has heard of dogs who tried to jump fences while tied on a long leash and ended up hanging themselves with their collar.
Limb or Mouth Injuries - Apart from strangulation hazards, a collar can present other serious physical risks, especially if it’s too loose. For example, if a pet is “scratching its ear and the collar is loose, their back leg or their front leg could get stuck inside the collar, looped through,” Dr Barbara Hodges says. “It can lead to a limb breaking.” She has also seen dogs get their teeth or tongue stuck in a too-loose collar while grooming themselves, which can lead to broken teeth and other mouth injuries.
To avoid both physical injury and strangulation, a chest harness would be the perfect alternative.
Skin Problems -
A collar that is too tight can also be harmful to a dog, and even a “moderately tight” collar can lead to skin irritation, Hodges says. Collars that are too tight can cause hair loss, and the skin in those areas can be more prone to infection, she says.In extreme cases, a very tight collar can cut into a dog’s neck. This can happen in cases of neglect when a puppy-sized collar is left on a growing dog, Pacy says.In general, to protect your pup’s neck, it is always better to go for a chest harness instead of a collar.
Neck Damage - Traditional collars can harm a dog’s neck if it pulls hard on the leash or if a pet owner uses the collar to pull the dog around.
“You are potentially damaging the dog’s neck by jerking it,” Hodges says. “The neck is a very, very sensitive area.”
Repeated stress on the neck can even lead to long-term medical issues—including damaging the thyroid glands and tissues around the neck area and salivary glands, she says. A chest harness is a safer alternative to neck collars that put a lot of strain on a dog’s neck, she adds.
As the name suggests, no-pull harnesses work to minimise your dog’s ability to tug hard on their lead during walks. They make it easier for dogs to pull strongly on the lead via their chest. Most owners will then find it difficult to stay in control of the situation when using a standard leash on walks unless their pet is extremely well trained.
A no-pull harness takes the advantage away from your dog and discourages them from trying to pull on the lead.
In most cases, no-pull dog harnesses completely stop dogs from pulling. But, in some cases, they might not fully stop certain dogs from pulling straight away. It may require some extra training in order to get your dog to stop pulling. However, most people find great success in using a no-pull dog harness to immediately stop pulling.
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Walk times are fun for both dogs and their owner - they can be a great and enjoyable time to spend with your furry friends. The right harness is important for the safety, comfort, and enjoyability of the walk. The nylon dog harness comes with a durable and comfortable design that allows for a pleasant experience for your dog while providing complete security. The 2 strong metal rings allow for secure leash attachment without any pulling or choking hazard, so your dog can walk and run easily. . The strong nylon and mesh material makes it durable and breathable to give you and your dog a long-lasting period of outdoor fun.