Train Your Dog & Protect Pets On Walks With This Comfortable Protective Padded Large Harness Fro
Protect your dog with the new reflective, comfortable padded large dog harness from Leashboss. Featuring front and back attachment points, the front ring allows a no pull experience. A harness, not a collar, is recommended for safely using a long leash for dog training.
, 9 November 2017 --
Train Your Dog & Protect Pets On Walks With This Comfortable Protective Padded Large Harness From Leashboss
Leashboss, a dog lifestyle brand, has launched a new large no-pull dog harness with a reflective design and full padding for extra comfort. Designed to keep large dogs safe and comfortable while out walking or training, it is easy to put on and unclips easily when the owner needs to remove it. More information can be found at: https://amazon.com/Leashboss-No-Pull-Dog-Harness-Reflective/dp/B074DY55N5. The Amazon page listing explains that the no pull dog harness from Leashboss was designed to make it easy to walk and train large dogs. Owners simply have to unclip the strap that goes around their dog’s torso and slip the harness over the dog’s head. With front and rear clips, the harness has two ways to attach, with rings on the front of the dog’s chest and also on the back. The clip to the front of the harness is used for a no-pull experience. In addition to this, the neoprene padded harness adds comfort for the dog on long walks, while the reflective webbing helps to ensure that both the dog and the owner can stay safe at night. The added visibility covers the back of the harness for maximum protection in low light situations. Leashboss’s no-pull padded dog harness comes with two attachment points, offering more choice for dog walkers. The front clip is more optimal when they want to walk their dog in the heel position, and the back clip gives the dog more of a range of motion. Dog harnesses can be highly beneficial for the pets and the owners when out on a walk. Whether training a dog not to pull on the leash, or walking a fully trained dog that knows how to walk at its owners’ heel, a harness can provide more comfort. Harnesses differ from leashes attached to a collar, because it takes the strain off the dog’s neck and distributes it across its chest or back. This can prevent injuries and protect the dog if it’s prone to pulling. When using a long leash for dog training, a harness, not a collar, is recommended for the safety of the dog. Full details can be found on the URL above. Additional information is available at: https://www.leashboss.com/products/no-pull-dog-harness-front-and-rear-clip-reflective-padded-for-walking-and-training.
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Submitted by prcagency, Press Dev on Thursday, 9 November 2017 at 7:11 AM
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