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    Re: Harness advice

    I'm a huge supporter of the Frenchiebulldog.com harness. Great design and really easy to clean.

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    Re: Harness advice

    I seem to be on the same hunt here!

    Our frenchie is four months old and using a julius k9 harness. He is nearly grown out ignoring it so I'm looking for a new one.

    I find pulls a lot on to it, almost like the harness encourages him to pull (if that makes sense )

    Can any one recommend a harness which is good for pulling or is it worth trying a different style one.

    Found some reviews online, but cannot decide on a particular harness decision.

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    Re: Harness advice

    We use several different harnesses here. Our puppy is a bit of a model. As for the pulling you can flip the harness so the leash is underneath him. For males it works cause it bothers his junk a bit . It won’t hurt him it just gets his attention. There are lots of good options out there I just found this to be simple a cheap


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    I really like ruffwear harnesses. They are well made and nicely cushioned. They are made in Oregon. https://www.amazon.com/gp/aw/d/B01N1..._pd_title&th=1

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    Re: Harness advice

    I have a Ruffwear for my bulldog and an Ezydog for Jax.


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    Re: Harness advice

    I'm keeping an eye on this thread.



    We still have Loki in an Easy Walk harness put on "incorrectly".



    He was able to pull back out of the harness when it was on the correct way.

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    Re: Harness advice

    I use a Frenchie specific harness with dual d rings and metal buckles because I feel its safer. Come in really great patterns too https://frenchiestore.com

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    Re: Harness advice

    I have never used a harness before, but am thinking of getting this one:

    https://frenchiebulldog.com/collecti...s-love-is-love
    ~ Hattie ~ Mom to a Frenchie (Daphne), a Boxer (Sox), and a Tuxedo cat (Stella)

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    Re: Harness advice

    Quote Originally Posted by FroxerMom View Post
    I have never used a harness before, but am thinking of getting this one:

    https://frenchiebulldog.com/collecti...s-love-is-love
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    Looks very stylish. My one concern is that it seems to lack a front ring attachment. I always look for harnesses with attachments on back and chest. I find back attachment often encourages pulling while chest attachment will discourage pulling. If pulling is not an issue with Daphne, go for it; I am sure she will look great in it. If you are concerned about pulling, get one with top and front(chest) attachment points because, let’s face it, she is going to look great in any harness.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Mechadogzilla View Post
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    Looks very stylish. My one concern is that it seems to lack a front ring attachment. I always look for harnesses with attachments on back and chest. I find back attachment often encourages pulling while chest attachment will discourage pulling. If pulling is not an issue with Daphne, go for it; I am sure she will look great in it. If you are concerned about pulling, get one with top and front(chest) attachment points because, let’s face it, she is going to look great in any harness.
    Thank you, you are so kind. I definitely need to look at a different harness then because my girl PULLS like crazy when she sees other dogs!
    ~ Hattie ~ Mom to a Frenchie (Daphne), a Boxer (Sox), and a Tuxedo cat (Stella)

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    Re: Harness advice

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    Re: Harness advice

    Quote Originally Posted by ducklvr View Post
    hey everyone - in regards to the harness, I LOVE the Puppia brand but... my 1 yr old, Opie managed to "slither" out of his Puppia while riding in our Side by Side... so I'm looking for one that will work while riding in the car, attached to the "seatbelt" piece... and out on the Dunes, so he's kept safely inside with me! Thanks in advance for your help! Attachment 6511Attachment 6512
    Does he wear goggles?

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