Whether you need a large dog harness for your working dog or something eye-catching for a show dog, there are plenty of great options. Your pet harness should be purchased with the intended purpose and your dog’s breed in mind. All dog collars and harnesses are just tools, you need to find the one that suits your dog and his temperament and set aside enough time for training. But for a normal dog, a harness can be a safe and effective training device.

Using a harness to walk large, active dogs can seem difficult, but many modern harnesses have basic but clever techniques such as. Retention rings. When a dog jumps out, it causes slight tension or pressure on the chest and behind the legs. These soft but strange feelings stop when the dog stops pulling or throwing. Combined with positive reinforcement, most dogs quickly associate traits with unpleasant sensations. If your goal is to train a strong pull and throw the dog on a leash, look for a training harness with a martingale-like closure that tightens in response to pull and loses when the dog stops and the leash relaxes.

If your dog likes to swim, or if you live in a humid and rainy climate, you will want a long-lasting nylon belt. For a well-behaved dog who does not get wet very often, leather is a stylish and durable choice. A reflective harness and leash should be considered if you and your dog are walking at night. Whatever the choice, harness training, like all training, requires consistency and patience. Most owners who try training network training get satisfactory results.

For the well-trained dog who simply needs a goose belt, style can be their main consideration and there are a wealth of stylish and designer harnesses to choose from. Most dog harnesses are made of leather or nylon, and each material has advantages and disadvantages. Some other options to consider are: padding, studs, buckles, velcro, front straps or straps at the top of the shoulders.

When shopping for a dog harness, consider ALL the features you may need. Remember, just by choosing a harness, you are already taking a positive step in protecting your dog’s health and well-being.