This multi-function dog leash is being used on an urban trek in convenience with our red Quick-Fit dog harness.
A few dogs are so strong or aggressive that a front attachment harness is not enough control. For these dogs we recommend that you attach the leash to both the back and the front or use a .
“The reason why I am so weary of collars is that when dogs pull they can cause a lot of damage. Any excessive or forceful pressure on the neck or cervical by a collar can cause: thyroid issues, eye and ear issues, whiplash, lameness, digestive issues, lameness and immune system issues.
Harnesses that have the leash attached at the front of the chest are the best solution because they distribute the pressure of tugs and jerks throughout the whole body and keep the neck and throat free. I recommend the Walk In Sync Harness.” – Dr. Peter Dobias
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TIP: Once you properly fit Harness Lead to dog and you begin the walk, you will notice the rubber disc will rise in air. This is correct. The RUBBER DISC is there to prevent over loosening. Rubber disc acts as a "floater". Allow the RUBBER DISC to RISE and FALL naturally. Do not continue to push rubber disc down as you walk, this will keep leash tight on dog.Thousands of products available for delivery from Tomlinson's. Browse products from the Dog Collars, Harnesses, & Leashes aisle, or shop now and get groceries delivered to your door in 1 hour! On the back-clip harness, the ring that the leash clips onto is located on the top of the dog’s back. Back-clip harnesses are the most agreeable type of walking equipment for many dogs to adjust to. The harnesses are especially useful for small dogs with delicate throats easily damaged by collars. Back-clip harnesses are for calm dogs trained not to pull on the leash, as the design does little to discourage pulling. When back-clip harnesses are used with an untrained dog who likes to pull, they create a sled-pulling action, with the owner dragged along in place of the sled.– Dog might not like the feeling of a harness. – Back-clip harnesses might not be 100% effective. discusses why you should look into a front-clip harness instead of a back-clip: “These harnesses actually help train your dog to ignore you and pull you because when you pull on the leash to try to gain some control, they direct the dog’s attention away from you.” Since Lupine’s first colorful dog collar in 1990, founders Scott, Valerie and Dave have insisted on building the highest quality collars, leashes and harnesses for dogs and cats. Every item is covered by our Made in the heart of the White Mountains of New Hampshire, USA, our pet products draw inspiration from the durable components found in climbing and hiking gear, ensuring that you and your pet can count on Lupine collars time and time again.Our owner and dog trainer, , compares and contrasts our No-Pull harnesses, collars and leashes to help you select the best option for you and your pooch.