Dog Instruction Collars & Harnesses : Fitting an Easy Walk Dog Harness

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Dog Training Collars & Harnesses : Fitting an Easy Walk Dog Harness

an Stroll accurately retains a canine pulling on the leash. Match an Simple Stroll with guidelines from a canine coach in this cost-free care video collection. Professional: Kim Amatucci Bio: Kim Amatucci is a practicing Pet and Habits Advisor. She has been training given that 2002 and been functioning with her for the earlier thirteen many years. Filmmaker: Travis Waack


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Comments

    • cadams14
    • October 6, 2011

    Geez the collar is to hold the dog’s ID/Vaccination tags. He doesn’t wear the harness all freaking day. What crawled up your butt?

    • SandiBobie
    • October 6, 2011

    Iam pregnant and have a hurting back right now, so I gonna buy one for the youngest dog who can pull sometimes when he´s gonna pee and will pull over to the other side…

    • ConiferTreez
    • October 6, 2011

    Collars don’t damage the trachea unless they are extremely low on the neck. A dog’s neck is the strongest, most resilient part of it’s body.

    Harnesses are cruel, as a dog’s underarms are the most sensitive area on it’s body.

    • ConiferTreez
    • October 6, 2011

    Unless your dog is going to be competing in weight-pulling sports, harnesses are very, very cruel. A dog’s underarm area is the most sensitive part of it’s body.

    A good, tight-fitting pinch collar, placed right before the skull is the most humane way to go. If the dog pulls, snap the pinch & I guarantee it will learn quickly.

    • Catsie15
    • October 6, 2011

    @ConiferTreez pffft i have a harness because my dogs trachea collapsed from pulling so much when i walk her with a collar on

    • whitedeerindian
    • October 6, 2011

    harness to tight around the chess look carefully

    • pokeadictt
    • October 6, 2011

    what kind of dog is tht/
    |??

    • aes620hb2
    • October 6, 2011

    @ConiferTreez didnt work for my dog… once i switched him to this harness for about a week he learned to never pull

    • bubbly384
    • October 6, 2011

    my dog snuck out of this one, but i think it was my fault because it was alittle too big. it worked really well when we walked though, i could drop the leash and she would walk right next to me. when she was rolling in the grass she slipped out though haha

    • Msgreentea81
    • October 6, 2011

    thanks for the tips, but cannot see what ur doing cuz of the subtitles covering the whole screen

    • mikenimz1
    • October 6, 2011

    @pokeadictt its a rhodesian ridgeback

    • StarkidWorkingDog
    • October 6, 2011

    how does it keep the dog from pulling?

    think of it this way. a horse wears a harness to pull a cart comfortably. we put a harness on a dog and it allows them to pull us comfortably

    • overgrownjackass
    • October 5, 2011

    Nawww, the doggy wants to go out and playyy D=

    • MsLabMom
    • October 5, 2011

    @StarkidWorkingDog Traditional harnesses can actually encourage dogs to pull harder because of the “opposition reflex.” That’s the reflex that makes sled dogs do what they do. The Easy Walk Harness’ unique front-chest leash attachment stops pulling by tightening slightly across your dog’s chest and shoulder blades. The gentle pressure steers your dog to the side and redirecting his attention back towards you.

    • joy1288
    • October 5, 2011

    @pokeadictt I think it’s a ridgeback something. It has hair on the back in the middle going to opposite direction. I think it’s a hunting dog. They could keep up with a horseback rider for 30miles or so.

    • HARMARSCH2
    • October 5, 2011

    I got one from the place I took obedience classes with my dog. Love it so does my dog which is a 3 year old Boxer/AmStaff. The harness keeps her from pulling. Going to use the collar and harness lops and try that. Thanks for the tip.

    • TheMightyBastard
    • October 5, 2011

    Can anyone help me? I got a husky and I’m dying to know how to train him to pull with a skateboard.. I already got a harness but he just walks and waits for me to be near him..

    • JeRseybOy251
    • October 5, 2011

    @TheMightyBastard haha, i got a husky too, i depends how old he/she is, its easier to train them as a puppy but you can still train her now, what does she like to do, my husky loves to chase other dogs, so maybe bring another dog with you. and keep the other dog way in front with a longer leash, its a bit dangerous though, i tried taking my dog out with my bike and i got muffed up

    • chichirinuriko20
    • October 5, 2011

    Are there harnesses like that for cats?? ><

    • DuckVader64
    • October 5, 2011

    @chichirinuriko20 you could make one

    • jortiz9758
    • October 5, 2011

    more snugger fit?? LOL

    • fady1908
    • October 5, 2011

    my dog is 3 month old he keeps biting me when i put this on him ,,any tips ?

    • 14Raine14
    • October 5, 2011

    @fady1908 Bite him back.

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