In this episode, we talk about how to choose the best harness for your dog. In the video, we cover these questions: 1:53 What are the three main types of harnesses? 2:00 Which type of harness is best for your dog? 5:00 How a good harness should fit your dog? 6:30 How to measure your dog for a harness? 6:53 What harness do you need for walks, hiking or dog sports such as canicross or bikejoring? 10:02 Are nopull harnesses good for your dog?
This video isn't sponsored. You can purchase our recommended harnesses here:
Line Grip Harness (with handle): https://www.nonstopdogwear.com/en/pro... Line Harness (without handle): https://www.nonstopdogwear.com/en/pro... Rock Harness (more adjustable, for growing puppies or robust dogs): https://www.nonstopdogwear.com/en/pro... Ramble Harness (more adjustable, for growing puppies or robust dogs): https://www.nonstopdogwear.com/en/pro... Freemotion Harness (a pulling harness): https://www.nonstopdogwear.com/en/pro... Nonstop Combined Harness (a pulling harness with better reinforcement): https://www.nonstopdogwear.com/en/pro...
Ramble and Rock harness just for casual walks, Nonstop Line Harness and Line Grip are a better choice for big hikers and beginner runners. The Freemotion/Combined is a pulling harness for mushing sports.
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