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terça-feira, 27 de março de 2018

Reasons to Use a Dog Harness

Neck and trachea injuries might occur if a dog is constantly yanking, pulling or fighting the leash. Unlike a leash attached to the collar at the neck, a leash attached to a traditional body harness connects to a hook on the dog’s back between their shoulders.
The body harness takes the direct stress off their neck. There are also harnesses which attach on the chest or head.


Tangling


A dog that is fighting the leash, or excited, jumping and twisting it can tangle not only themselves in the leash, but their human as well. A strong dog might quickly wrap the leash around your legs, feet, fingers, arms or wrist and pinch or injure you.

When a dog gets excited, he doesn’t know his own strength or understand that he might be hurting you. A really strong dog might even pull you over when he has you tangled in the leash. It is more difficult for the dog to tangle either of you up if the leash is attached to a harness on his back.


Training


Although dogs can be trained to follow the rules of good behavior when on a leash, wearing a harness gives you more control when training your dog.

It is easier to attach the leash to the back or chest of an excitable dog than it is to one wiggling his head around in anticipation, or because he doesn’t like the leash.

If training is easier, the dog will learn to associate the harness and leash with the pleasant experience of going on an outing with someone they love.


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Some dogs dislike any kind of collar or restraint. They may be able to work a collar off their neck. If a harness is fitted properly and is the right size and style for the dog, it is more difficult to wriggle out of than a simple collar might be.
There are safety reasons for using a seatbelt for a dog riding in a car or truck. A harness is an easy way to attach the seatbelt to the dog to keep them safe while you drive. In case of an accident, the dog will be held securely in place.
Dog harnesses are made in different styles designed for whatever the individual dog’s need may be. Some are simple straps. Others have more material covering a larger area of their back or chest. There are also different styles with alternate attachment points for the leash than the traditional body harness has.
It is a good idea to remove the harness after an outing. Constant wear may be annoying to the dog. It can also rub the fur, irritate their skin on areas that the harness rubs, and matt the fur.