Quality durable dog harness collar combination - GuanChang
dog collars are often used in combination with training collars and harnesses.
The harness dog collar combination is made of eco-friendly durable polyester material. The accessories include D-ring, plastic release buckle, adjustable buckle and snap hook. The easy on and off harness allows for a stress-free, easy experience and only takes a few seconds to put on. Straps color can be customized according to your needs. You can print your want font or logo onto the strap. These lightweight accessory won’t weigh your pet . Strap features soft fabric that won’t irritate your pet, even with all-day wear. Unique harness design allows your dog to wear more comfortably. Your dog is your best friend, customize the best harness dog collar for your pet.
Headcollars and no-pull harnesses are my recommendation. Even if you're very careful not to jerk your pet's leash during a walk, he can pull against a regular collar-leash combination and potentially cause injury to his neck or cervical disk. I'm also not a fan of retractable leashes due to their potential to injure both dogs and their owners. I recommend solid leashes no longer than six feet.
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Welcome to Sandia Pet Products where we offer retail store owners and groomers highquality wholesale pet collars and leashes in a wide variety of sizes, colors and styles for dogs, cats, puppies, kittens, horses, and yes, even ferrets! Our product line includes both design-in-the-webbing and ribbon-on-nylon. Several of the designs reflect our local Southwestern motif with striking colors and bold patterns. Shoppers are immediately attracted to the distinctive beauty of our displays. High quality hardware and our superb workmanship ensure satisfied customers and repeat business. Retailers may browse our online store and choose matching combination products. We make our leashes, collars and harnesses all in the same patterns so you can properly accessorize cats, dogs, puppies, kittens, horses and ferrets. We also make harnesses especially for ferrets with matching leashes.My dog, Bear, has developed extreme cunning in getting out of whatever device I have on him – buckle collar, body harness (two different styles), Halti head halter – or any combination of these. The only time he was unable to free himself was when the buckle collar was too tight for safety or comfort. Bear’s strategy appears to be to face me, pull backwards, and hop around on his back legs until he pops out of his restraint. Even with the belly band of his harness on tight, he managed to wiggle his elbows through it and pull out backwards.Finally, E-Z Walks for some reason seem to slip loose, or the dog wriggles free, fairly frequently. I’m not sure why this is so, except that the traditional harness pulls back against the dog’s shoulders when he pulls, in a direction that can’t come loose; while the E-Z Walk pulls sideways, creating some gaps that can slip loose. For this reason some owners of the E-Z Walk use it in combination with a neck-collar, clipping the leash BOTH to the harness front-clip AND the neck collar at the same time for security. This, however, is fairly restrictive and cumbersome.There are both good and bad harnesses (where dogs can pull out of them). However, it takes them enough time to pull out of a harness that you should be able to settle them and regain control if that is an issue. My dogs are pretty well behaved so I don't feel the need to hook a leash thru or attach to both the collar and the harness. I agree that a dog walking in a collar looks more refined than one with a harness (which appears to look like the dog may be uncontrollable) to another pedestrian. I think that the look of a two leash combination of the www looks hideous - like we are walking a wolf or a small horse instead of a gentle greyhound.