Positively No-Pull Harness
Victoria recommends the use of this harness for medium to large-sized dogs who have tendency to pull on the leash. The design of the harness discourages pulling while avoiding the use of any pain or discomfort for the dog.
Connect one clip to the front of the harness and the other clip to the back of the harness to control from both points. This creates a 3.5 foot training leash with a floating handle. This is the recommended way to use the Positively No Pull Harness - especially in the beginning. This configuration allows you to discourage pulling by having one point of contact on the back of the harness and using the front connection to “steer” your dog like reins on a horse.
Connect one clip to the front of the harness and the other clip to the dog’s collar. This allows you to walk your dog on a regular collar while still having the backup no-pull action if required. This is ideal for dogs who are able to back out of collars or traditional harnesses, as it gives you two points of contact.
Connect one clip to the back of the harness, clip the opposite end of the leash to the floating handle on the leash. This allows you to walk your dog from the back on a 5 foot leash. This approach can be a comfortable long-term configuration to implement after your dog learns to walk without pulling.
Connect both clips to the back of the harness; the handle slides to the center point. This configuration creates a 3.5 foot leash, which allows for closer control while still keeping your dog’s spine in alignment (no twisting or straining).
Watch Victoria's video about Loose-Leash Walking below:
Canine Noise Phobia Series
Victoria partnered with Through A Dog's Ear to create the revolutionary Canine Noise Phobia Series for the prevention and desensitization of various noise phobias.
The first volume of training CDs include:
- City Sounds
For more information, visit www.caninenoisephobia.com.
Positively Training Treats
These organic, hand-made, grain-free treats are the perfect jackpot reward to motivate your dog while training. Made from locally-sourced ingredients in Atlanta, GA, Positively Training Treats currently come in only one flavor: Peanut Butter & Banana.
Watch Victoria's video about the power of food in training below: