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Location : tallahassee florida

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PostSubject: easy walk harness   easy walk harness EmptyTue Nov 05, 2013 1:36 pm

my little puppy is really having some leash pulling issues. i've been trying to train her now for almost a month not to pull on the leash so i have feeling this might be a problem in the future when she is bigger. i definitely don't want to be pulled down on a walk once she is bigger and was thinking about investing in the easy walk harness so she doesn't damage her throat from pulling. has anybody had experience with these? do they work well? are there any other suggestions? i will continue to train her not to pull on the leash but she sure is a stubborn one lol. thanks in advance for any info:?: Smile 
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PostSubject: Re: easy walk harness   easy walk harness EmptyTue Nov 05, 2013 5:25 pm

I use them and LOVE them! it's a multi-functional harness in that it can be used to teach your dog not to pull, or flipped around so it clips on the back and allows them to pull. You can also have it replaced through the company for only $8! So I think it's well worth the investment Smile As for teaching her to walk on a loose leash- tire her out first. If she has already been zooming like crazy around the yard with you, she'll have less of an urge to drag you down the road. You didn't say how old she is- but once she's old enough, you can actually teach her to pull- and then teach her not to pull. It's like teaching a barky-dog "speak" and then "quiet" Smile Good luck!
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