Frequently Asked Questions about Collars and Harnesses
Are dog harnesses secure?
Dogs can wear harnesses, a great alternative to collars for pulling dogs. They function by spreading pressure across the ribcage and chest, and some dogs may find them more comfortable. Consult your veterinarian or a trainer if you're unsure whether to get your dog a collar or a harness.
Which dog collars are the best?
The greatest dog collars will fit comfortably, be adjustable, contain clips for tags and leashes, and showcase your dog's unique personality. Pick one of the conventional collars on the market for regular walks and other routine activities. For training and novel circumstances, consider a slip or martingale design.
Which dog harness size should I buy?
Measure the circumference of your dog's chest to decide what size dog harness you should purchase. Please measure your dog's torso directly behind the front legs, around the most expansive area of its body, using a flexible tape measure or a piece of string. Most harnesses provide a size chart with suggested weight ranges and a list of the chest measurements they fit.