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The following harnesses may offer some utility for some dog owners, but didn’t, in our opinion, possess enough positive features to outweigh factors that we considered a drawback.
We are pleased to offer our range of fleece harnesses. These harnesses have different measurement from our competitors and are a completely different design. They are designed by leading dog behaviourist and TTouch instructor Marie Miller, influenced by Mel Fishback Riley's harness designs of the 1950s. Our front rings have been encorporated into the design of the harness and sit in the correct place, on the point of the breastbone, so when attached to the dog at the front and at the top the lead can influence the dog's posture and help stop the dog from pulling. Other manufacturers of these style of harness have added front rings to previous designs, but due to the shape of the harness, the front ring sits too low, often between the dogs' legs and do not have the same benefits that our harnesses do.
WALK YOUR DOG WITH LOVE HARNESS
Walk Your Dog with Love Harness
For dogs who pull on leash, I have long preferred harnesses over choke chains, prong collars, shock collars, and even flat collars and head halters. When the first dedicated front-clip no-pull harness for dogs (the SENSE-ation Harness) arrived on the market over a decade ago, I was an instant fan of a leash-attachment ring on the harness strap that goes across the front of the dog’s chest. With a properly fitted harness and gentle pressure on the leash (clipped to a ring on the dog’s chest), even a physically challenged handler could turn a pulling dog’s front end back toward her – and reinforce the dog for slacking the leash in this way – helping the dog learn not to pull.Some owners of dogs who tend to pull on-leash use these harnesses to prevent potential harm from excessive pressure on their dogs’ tracheas. Many others seek out these harnesses primarily for use as management tools that lend a mechanical advantage, allowing a small or physically challenged person to safely walk a hard-pulling dog.Many other force-free trainers also embraced the new design as a huge improvement over head halters, which were clearly aversive to many dogs. In contrast, most dogs seem to accept the front-clip harness instantly, with only a very small population who seem to find the harness aversive. In my experience, most dogs who object to the harness are sensitive to touch and/or handling, and it’s the process of putting the harness on, rather than wearing the harness, that they object to.The Perfect Fit harness lives up to its name. Each of the three component pieces that make up the harness can be purchased in a different size, ensuring comfort to dogs of any dimensions.