Thank God for Lupis!

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KathyM
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Post by KathyM » Sat Nov 18, 2006 11:10 am

Hi Alison

I've seen that 2nd one in use and I'm not as impressed by that as the Walkezee. Although it's more padded than the Lupi it can really catch under the "armpits" and the attachment placing is too long for short lead walking. I nearly bought one for Dharma but after seeing a Lab at training pull their owner all over in it, I decided against it. :lol:

Take care

Kathy

Nic25
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Location: New Zealand

Fabulous harness (no pull style)

Post by Nic25 » Tue May 22, 2007 10:42 pm

Having read everyone's opinion on harnesses I had a look on the web and found this website http://www.softouchconcepts.com/index.html which I recommend you check out :) If anyone has brought one of these I'd love to hear their opinion as I intend on buying one for each of my (strong) dogs :)
Owner of two big (30kg each) puppies and one wee cat :)

KathyM
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Post by KathyM » Wed May 23, 2007 2:29 am

I've only heard good things about those harnesses. They can be difficult to source here in the UK, but there are two other similar harnesses here - the Halti body harness and the Gentle Leader Easy Walk harness. All three work quite similarly, with the GL one having a part that tightens slightly where the lead attaches, so a bit like the Walkezee. :D

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