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    Default Your favorite harness.

    Hi! I want to get Pippa a harness for our walks. What are your favorite types, or at least what are your favorite qualities in a harness? Thanks


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    Fletcher is a puller so he wears a EZ walk harness now, works wonders. I have had Pippa ones when he was a puppy, I like that they are step in.
    Melissa
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    I love steps ins - either Douglas Paquette or Upcountry - gorgeous designs.

    Also check out DayDogDesigns on Etsy as Terri does gorgeous custom harnesses using beautiful European ribbons
    Lani
    (a.k.a. Lucky's & Sparky's mom!)

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    My dog Max is a huge puller and I've tried lots of different harnesses. My favorite at the moment is called Walk You Dog With Love Harness. Here's a link to the website: http://walkyourdogwithlove.com; I bought mine from this distributor: http://www.petexpertise.com/dog-coll...t-harness.html.
    Good Luck!

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    EZ Walk for Lady and the Puppia for Gracie!
    Courtney
    Lady (1.5 year old tricolour) & Gracie (4 year old blenheim)
    "Happiness is a warm puppy" - Charles M. Schulz

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    I use step in harnesses for both of mine, it started originally as my older dog as a pup did not like things put over his head, they both pull, but I don`t feel that harnesses really stopped that.
    Pam

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    Dillon doesn't pull, but Lucy does though not all of the time. Both have Red Dingo harnesses in medium, and they are the step in variety even though both of mine don't mind about things over their heads. Red Dingo are very comfy broad harnesses which have plenty of adjustment to obtain a really good fit - also NO underarm matting. They're also very well made - http://globaldogshop.com have great range and free shipping
    Dillon tri boy and Lucy Goose our ruby girl & Katerina, that's me!

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    Ruffwear in XS for us, cracking little harness, pricey but well worth the money, great fit and with a neat little handle for lifting if needed.
    http://www.muddypaws.co.uk/dog-train...master-harness

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    Quote Originally Posted by Chorrells View Post
    Ruffwear in XS for us, cracking little harness, pricey but well worth the money, great fit and with a neat little handle for lifting if needed.
    http://www.muddypaws.co.uk/dog-train...master-harness
    Really like the look of these! especially the 'handle' - very handy for Lucy to help airlift her into the car...
    Dillon tri boy and Lucy Goose our ruby girl & Katerina, that's me!

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    Rose (our harness escape artist ) has one of these: http://www.dachshunddelights.com/Hug...esh_p_762.html
    It's mesh, so it's cool in the summer, she can swim in it, plus, it's washable and made to fit your dog (you send in the measurements, and pick colors, etc.). We've had this one for about 2 years now, and it is holding up very well, even after a few beach trips. This is also the first harness she doesn't seem uncomfortable in.

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