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    Can anyone tell me from experience if the Puppia harness is good for dogs that like to "pull" on their lead? My dog pulls her lead bad and I wondered if it has plastic fittings or if it was pretty durable and wouldn't come un-hooked?
    Could it possibly help keep the dog from pulling as much? I have seen colars out there that prevent pulling but I never dare would use those spikey things icon_yikes
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    I didnt have a particularly good experience with the puppia lead that i got with my harness. As alot of you know the clasp on the lead broke while on a walk and gave me an awful fright. When I emailed the supplier they were happy to replace the lead with another identical one but I opted not to as I felt i could not trust this lead.

    However I love the puppia harness but I just use a different lead.
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    So the actual harness is pretty durable, I just need to use a different leash?
    Thanks from JoJo (M-blen- 2 yrs) , Jack (M-Tri 1 yr at the Bridge) , and Miley's Destiny our newest addition born April 22nd (F-Blen 14 weeks old)

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    I've been using the puppia for a few months now and I love it. I have never used the puppia leash just an ordinary extendable one.
    Joanna

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    You don't need to get a specific leash for the puppia harness if you don't want to .... I do have the puppia harness and the puppia leash (only to have my colours matching !!)

    I have used puppia since Gizmo was a pup (he's just over 1 yr now) and it's excellent ...never had any problems and it's great for those that do strain on the leash ......

    Good luck and let us know how it goes ...

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    Cedar has had her puppia harness for a while now. The only complaints I have about it are that it is a tight fit over the head with her ears and for some reasons she is scratching a lot at the bit that goes around her. I've checked and double checked; it isnt too tight. I wonder if the stiffness of the part that connects the front to the back pokes her or something. Not sure.

    Next one I buy will be the one that has two clasps and doesnt go over her head.

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    There is no problem with the harness, its excellent. But the lead i wouldnt be so sure about.
    Edel
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    Quote Originally Posted by Moviedust

    Next one I buy will be the one that has two clasps and doesnt go over her head.
    icon_thumbsup I will also be doing the same Tara gets mad when I put the harness over her head
    Joanne
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    Wow I guess I must be lucky with Gizmo but he doesn't mind the harness going over his head at all .... he just can't wait to go out for his walks ....
    I did get the medium for him though and there's plenty of room for ears and all .....

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    We have the medium also for Daisy Boo - plenty of room in that.

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