Tag Archives: harness

Choosing the Right Collar or Harness

Posted on: January 18, 2014 - 8 Comments

Keeping a regular collar (also known as a flat collar) on your dog is must for any dog owner. In addition to a microchip, your dog should be wearing a collar and ID tags at all times. Even the most responsible pet owners might have to face the devastating situation of a lost dog, and Read More

Head Collars & No-Pull Harnesses

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Head collars and harnesses are two effective and humane options for teaching your dog to walk well on a leash, and can be a valuable part of your training toolbox when working with a leash reactive dog. Harnesses There are three main types of harnesses-those that clip on the dog’s back: those that connect to Read More

Methods & Equipment

Posted on: January 15, 2014 - No Comments

With so many training methods and types of equipment to choose from these days, how do you know which methods are the right ones to use and which training products are safe for your dog? To successfully navigate this confusing arena, there is one primary decision every dog owner needs to make when deciding which Read More

In Defense of Harnesses

Posted on: December 11, 2013 - 25 Comments

As dog owners, we are constantly bombarded with product after product recommended for walking our dogs. I cringe when I see dogs choking, coughing, and essentially strangling themselves on walks as a result of their collars. While prong and choke collars are the most obvious offenders, even a flat collar can be damaging to a Read More

Products

Posted on: October 12, 2011 - No Comments

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. Method 1. Connect one clip to the front of the harness and the Read More