Walk Your Dog With Love, No-Pull Front-Attachment Harness

May 11, 2011 - I saw at least 10 dogs wearing a front clasp harness throughout the day ..
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Roman Harness:
Traditional non-restrictive harness with 4 adjustment points. The best fit for long bodied or deep-chested dogs. To use, unbuckle the clasp on the girth. The strap with the D-ring should be on top with the D-ring pointing towards the tail. Place the two adjustable shoulder straps over the dog’s head. Pick up the dog’s left front paw and place over the sternum strap, so that the strap passes between the front legs. Buckle the girth. Adjust the shoulders smaller to shorten the front-to-back length of the harness, or longer to move the girth back on the body. The sternum strap is adjustable as well. The girth should be on the ribcage all the way around.
Oct 6, 2015 - Also, make sure you are using the right type of equipment. If your dog pulls, you may consider a front clasp harness (and training of course!)
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Unbuckle the clasp on the girth strap. The strap with the D-ring should be on top with the D-ring pointing towards the tail. Place the two adjustable shoulder straps over the dog’s head. Pick up the dog’s left front paw and place over the sternum strap, so that the strap passes between the forelegs. Adjust and buckle the girth. The girth should be supported by the rib cage all the way around, especially underneath. Adjusting the shoulders smaller will shorten the front-to-back length of the harness. Oct 20, 2011 - The no-pull body harness with a front clasp is my paws-down favorite. I like to know that my dog isn't being hurt when the leash gets tight.
Photo provided by FlickrYou'll put both of your little dog's front legs into the proper openings, bring the sides of the harness up and fasten the clasp at the shoulder blades
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Leo wears a green front-clasp harness designed to improve the walking skills of pullers, even though he’s always walked pretty well on leash. I’ve read that these harnesses are tools to be used until the dog learns how to walk properly, and then you’re supposed to switch to a flat collar. Well, Leo continues to walk best on the front-clasp harness, so we’re sticking with it.When I walk both dogs solo, I use a tandem leash, or coupler, connected to Leo’s harness and Mia’s collar. Mia gets tangled in the front-clasp harness and the bungee stretchiness of the tandem leash encourages her to pull just a little when she’s wearing her pink harness.This is perfect dog leash harness and exactly what i was looking for. It’s adjustable and was super easy to fit my dog. Easy to put on and take off and adjustable straps to create a perfect fit, simply slip the dog’s two front legs through the leash harness and fasten the bum clip on the back, then clasp the two rings into the leash – simple. Stainless steel rings and clasps, so no chance of rusting which is great also a good quality bum bag clip fastens the dog leash harness which is strong and easy to open and close. The harness and lead are deep blue denim on one side and on the other side it is red. It looks stylish and feels durable. A fair walk. It felt so much nicer to not have him pulling my arms off or pulling me off my feet! He seems much happier and it is more comfortable for him.If you are not familiar, front clasp harnesses were developed specifically to enable better physical control of a dog's body and discourage pulling. They are a non-aversive training tool, and a great aid in the pulling dilemma. Humane trainers love them! There are always fun dog themed items, but even better, lots of dogs to distract me from over purchasing! I must say, all dogs were very well behaved. It's always so great to see that front clasp harnesses have really caught on too! My favorite is the Sense-ation harness by Softouchconcepts. I saw at least 10 dogs wearing a front clasp harness throughout the day yesterday. I’ve been wanting to switch from the Other brand of front-clasp anti-pull harness since that company was bought out by a company that sells aversive dog tools. But Leo was really accustomed to that harness. He doesn’t even try to pull when I walk him on it, but does pull if we use a back-clasp harness or clip the leash to his collar. The old harness doesn’t even fit that well – it hangs a little on his chest – but it’s been working.