Pets At Home Stop Pull Harness Reviews
Product Type: Pets At Home dog accessories
Description:Manufacturer: Pets At Home / Type: Dog Collars, Leads & ID
Newest Review: ... control over him was far better as a light pull on the harness would get him moving the correct way unlike a normal coller ... more
by - written on 04/10/12 (Very useful, 84 readings)
Got this for my 8 months old border collie, his pulling was not too bad but was constant and was cutting our walks short by quite a bit. The first time I used it he still pulled but not as much, Second time out I adjusted it to fit a bit better as it was slightly loose the first time this worked a treat and he is now perfect whilst on the harness, the control over him was far better as a light pull on the harness would get him moving the correct way unlike a normal coller were he needed a good strong pull. Apart from the better control it is better for him as when you do need to pull him its his body and not his neck. He is happy with it on and it fits nice and ... Read the complete review
by - written on 03/01/12 (Very useful, 225 readings)
The Non Pull dog harness seemed a must buy for our strong Staffie cross we got from a rescue centre last year. On our initial visit to the centre we took our chosen dog for a short walk and found he would be a challenge. He was quite happy to choke himself by pulling all the way. My sister has two Staffie crosses and has had the same problem with them both even with her first which she got from a puppy. She uses a halti for both her dogs which are around the dog's nose and swears by them. They can be mistaken by non dog people as a muzzle they are not. The problem she has is she always has to use it. We wanted something we could use to train and stop the dog and ... Read the complete review
by - written on 21/06/11 (Very useful, 102 readings)
We have recently acquired a dog. He's 10 months old, a rescue dog and on his information sheet it says 'pulls on the lead'. No kidding. He pulls like a mule! As a part-husky, this may be a built-in feature but not being in Alaska, not a desirable one for us! So, to Pets At Home it was, and we considered a number of options. Their own-brand "stop-pull" harness was one that appealed to me so I bought the medium sized version. This set me back about £15. *** What is it? *** The harness is basically webbing straps, which go around the neck and between the front legs and over the shoulders of your beloved mutt. The leg straps ... Read the complete review
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