ECO Easy-Walk Harness & Matching 6 ft. Leash, ( Made From 100% Recycled Milk Cartons):
- SAVE with a leash and harness BUNDLE!
- Includes the 6 foot eco friendly leash
- Gently discourages dogs from pulling
- No coughing, gagging, choking
- Easy on, easy off
- offered in small, medium, and large sizes
- offered in multiple colors
The Easy Walk Harness is designed to gently discourage your dog from pulling while walking on a leash. This means more of you walking your dog and less of your dog walking you. Unlike traditional collars, the Easy Walk Harness never causes coughing, gagging, or choking because the chest strap rests low across the breastbone, not on the delicate tracheal area. The strong nylon is both soft and adjustable in four places for maximum fit and comfort. There is a quick snap buckle on both the shoulder and belly straps making the harness easy to put on and take off. The belly strap is a different color so you can easily see what goes where when you pick it up to put on your dog. It's easy to fit and easy to use.
For dogs with additional training issues like jumping, barking, excessive pulling and lunging, we recommend the Gentle Leader Headcollar.
Do not use the Easy Walk Harness with a retractable leash. With a retractable leash, the dog is ?rewarded? with more leash and less resistance when he pulls ahead. You want the dog to learn to NOT pull ahead. In addition, a retractable leash will always apply a slight constant pressure, teaching your dog it is okay to continue pulling.
FITTING THE EASY WALK HARNESS TO YOUR DOG
The Girth should be measured snugly around the dog's rib cage, just behind the front legs (see diagram).
|Small||1/2 Inch harness straps||15"-20" inches girth|
|Breed Recommendations: Terriers, Shelties, Spaniels, etc.|
|Medium||3/4 Inch harness straps||20"-28" inches girth|
|Breed Recommendations: Border Collies, Retrievers, etc.|
|Large||1 Inch harness straps||26"-36" inches girth|
|Breed Recommendations: Shephers, Rotties, etc.|
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