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The EasyWalk Harness is designed to gently discourage dogs from pulling while walking on a leash. Unlike traditional collars, the EasyWalk harness never causes coughing, gagging or choking because the chest strap rests low across the breastbone. The unique front-chest leash attachment stops pulling by steering your dog to the side and redirecting his attention to you.
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The Easy Walk Harness is designed to gently discourage dogs from pulling while walking on a lead. Unlike traditional harnesses, the Easy Walk Harness does not cause coughing, gagging or choking because the chest strap rests low across the breastbone. Its unique front-chest lead attachment stops pulling by steering your dog to the side and redirecting his attention towards you. The quick snap buckles make the harness easy to put on and remove, whilst four adjustment points provide maximum comfort for the dog.
All dogs have a natural opposition reflex - if you push against them, they push back. If you pull them back, they pull away. So any harness that pulls from the dog’s back, actually works against the owner by increasing the dog's instinct to pull forward away from the owner.
On the Easy Walk Harness the lead attachment is on the front of the Harness – in the chest area (not on their back). So when the dog pulls, the pressure is applied to the chest area which activates the dog’s opposition reflex and their natural instinct lean back against the pressure - rather than moving away from it – thus reducing the pulling.
Fit the Shoulder Strap
1. Open the quick snap buckle on the belly strap.
2. Place the shoulder strap over the dog’s head with the chest strap resting on the dog’s chest.
3. Adjust the shoulder strap so that the connector ring sits above and behind the dog’s shoulder.
Fit the Belly Strap
1. Tighten the shoulder strap to a comfortably snug fit, allowing for just a finger’s width underneath. The snug fit is required because the girth creates the “foundation” that keeps the harness in place.
2. When the girth (shoulder and belly straps combined) is fitted correctly, it should resemble a vertical line.
3. When adjusted correctly, the chest strap will be horizontal, resting over the dog’s breastbone. It should sit nearly parallel to the ground and should not 'hang down' or gap.
4. Attach the 1.8 nylon lead to the D-ring on the chest strap.
Fit the Chest Strap
1. After you have the girth properly secured, begin to fit the chest strap. Gently press fingers on lower front of dog’s chest to locate the breastbone.
2. Adjust each portion of the chest strap equally to keep the D-ring in the centre.
- Stops lead pulling quickly and comfortably
- Unique front-chest lead attachment
- Martingale chest loop redirects forward motion
- Steers dogs to the side and re-directs attention onto the owner
- Soft but strong nylon construction provides maximum comfort
- Four adjustment points allows a reliable fit
- Two quick snap-buckles on the shoulder and belly straps allow simple and easy fitting
- Easy to identify each strap (due to alternate complimentary colour of belly strap)
- Never causes coughing, gagging or choking
- Lead and Fitting Guide included
- Suitable for dogs with a girth of: Extra Small: 30 cm – 40 cm, Small: 38 cm – 51 cm, Medium: 51 cm – 71 cm, Large: 66 cm – 91 cm, Extra Large: 86 cm – 117 cm
Good training can be quickly undone by well-meaning family and friends. Initially, practice training where there are minimal distractions. Once the task has been learnt, gradually introduce distractions to test the learning. An important principle of dog training is gaining and keeping a dog’s attention. You cannot teach a dog anything until you have mastered attention training. Before anything else, train your dog to give you its undivided attention and eye contact.
Trainers must acknowledge that all training imposes restrictions on a dog’s freedom to some degree. Owners then have a moral obligation to give something back to balance this loss and maintain their dog’s quality of life. If you train a dog not to chase squirrels you need to throw a lot of balls for it to chase instead.
Makes a big difference with pulling. Most harnesses attach on the back, and dogs will instinctively lean into any pressure pulling them backwards. Read morePublished 6 days ago by Sarah
Harness was brand new and high quality as if I had bought it in a retail store. My dog is comfortable in it and it arrived quickly!Published 19 days ago by Amazon Customer
Its a good harness for my dog that is pulling on the walks, the only complain that I have is with the sizing. My dog is a medium dog (40 lb) and in between size. Read morePublished 1 month ago by julia
Had major sizing issues with this thing. Got the large first which was too big. Then got the medium which was too small. Read morePublished 2 months ago by Philippe Boyer