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Old 05-11-2017, 09:39 AM   #1
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Old 05-11-2017, 11:35 AM   #2
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I can't see it either, Techie.

I can say this is the harness I have for Leo at the moment, its brilliant with no scratchy bits, and padded as you can see (he has a nice orange and grey one )

https://dapperdog.co.uk/products/wol...omfort-harness

but I have now found another I will get him at than next country show or agility show I go to that have lots of lovely doggy stalls. That's this one

https://www.dog-games-shop.co.uk/per...g-harness.html

The reason I'm going to change his harness is that as nice as his current one is, when he's having a rolling session when we are out, sometimes he manages to get his harness twisted so both legs are at one side of the chest piece.

I use the Halti lead with multiple rings and a clip on each end for versatility. Very durable.

HALTI Training Lead | Company of Animals

Hope this helps.

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I too cannot see the original post. I use an Easy Walk Harness for Annie. The leash clips in the front and makes it very easy to redirect a dog and it cuts down on pulling.
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Cheynie's harness is the NoEscape made for her by a woman on Etsy. Cheynie has a history of managing to slide out of every harness I tried with her until I came across this one. The woman who makes them worked in Shiba Inu rescue and told me they were notorious escape artists and not one ever got out of it. That convinced me to try it and it has been just perfect for her. Timi is fine with the Coastal harness... although he is on his sixth one since I got him; he doesn't escape them, he likes to eat them!
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