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Military Tactical Dog Harness

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Military Tactical Dog Harness

Dog Harnesses have come a long way from the days when they were just simple for the benefit of pulling your dog's front legs over your shoulders to keep them from getting tangled in your pant leg hair, or other objects that may get in their way while you are walking on a leash. Now, a Military Tactical Dog Harness has become more than a fashion accessory. With the growing popularity of designer dog apparel, it has become important to purchase dog harnesses that will protect your dog from harm while also adding a touch of style and fashion. In addition, these harnesses have come a long way in terms of safety, functionality, and value.

 

A dog harness today comes in various styles, ranging from the basic no-pull model (a.k.a. "harp", "loose-harp", "strap-on harnesses") to the more advanced and versatile padded harness with reflective trim. While the basic no-pull harnesses are typically made of materials such as leather, nylon, cotton, polyester, and other synthetic fibers, more manufacturers are making these types of harnesses out of various materials such as high-impact vinyl, nylon, and reflective nylon. The key to choosing a comfortable harness for your dog is to find one that offers plenty of breathabilities and is also constructed so that your dog can't pull it down and cause damage to its neck and back.

 

Some of the most common mistakes people make when they are trying to teach their dogs to not pull on their leashes are teaching them to walk on a loose leash and not using a chest harness. Both these mistakes can cause your dog to injure himself or herself. First, loose leash walking can lead to running into things or being caught by surprise. Second, by not using a chest harness, your dog can easily get its neck injury or even its back. Finally, a harness with reflective trim and heavy-duty leashes will help to ensure that your dog does not get injured by any unexpected or swift movements around him or her. So before you begin training your dog to not pull on their leash, be sure to use a Military Tactical Dog Harness designed for pulling.

Features & Benefits:

  • No pull, No Choke
  • Easy to use
  • Fully Adjustable
  • Safe and Comfortable
  • Lightweight and adjustable
  • Reflective