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PostSubject: BeBop USA Front lead harness   BeBop USA Front lead harness EmptyWed Sep 17, 2014 1:47 pm

I bought the Bebop USA front lead when I first got keno because he is an awful puller, puts my husky to shame, and I was on a budget because of all his medical bills. I've been using it now for a month or more and I hate it. I'm not sure if it is an issue with the BeBop itself so much as it is an issue with front lead harness design as this harness isn't really designed much, if any, different than other brands of front leads. The quality I didn't have an issue with. It was what was to be expected for the price. I haven't noticed it sliding out or loosening up as we walk, but it is so effective at stopping his pulling that the line is constantly tangled around his feet and the chest band does irritate the back of his front legs (possible fitment issues?) and seem to put uncomfortable pressure there. If you are on a tight budget but want a front lead, I wouldn't bother with the BeBop. I have switched back to the standard back clip harness that he pulls like a son-of-a-gun in and have been having a million times better luck just looping the leash around in front of his chest as was suggested as a "trick" in another post by Valerie (HuskyLuv). To keep the line from dragging the ground I slip it under the rear band of the harness.

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