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BARKBAY No Pull Dog Harness Large Step in Reflective Dog Harness

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BARKBAY No Pull Dog Harness Large Step in Reflective Dog Harness

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Product Description

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Don't let your lovely dog take YOU for a walk!

The BARBAY Air No pull dog Harness is an everyday dog vest harness that has been built for active dogs that like to be outdoors running and hiking with their people. mesh material that is breathable to keep your dog or pet cool on hot days.

Air No pull dog Harness is specifically designed to discourage pulling while walking your dog. Most harnesses actually encourage dogs to pull because of a dog's natural opposition reflex - think of sled dogs pulling against pressure. The key to this harness is the chest area D-Ring. When the dog pulls, the chest D-Ring corrects the dog's pulling instinct by reorienting their pull to the side. Giving you a lot more control over them.Best of all, Two sturdy Metal clip points provide a safe and durable connection will not rust so if your dog gets wet.Quick release plastic buckle are lighter weight and make the harness easy to put on and take off.It still has 4 adjustment points that provide a good fit for most proportions.

Product Notes

  • The Air No Pull Harness is specifically designed to help train your dog to be a better walker

  • For best results the harness should fit snugly on the dog, with no more that 1-2 fingers being able to fit between the harness and your dog. The snug fit is important so that when walking, the harness does not move around and chafe underneath the dog’s front leg.
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Product Features:

  • Great "learn to walk" harness- - Helping the dog learn not to pull.

  • ID Tag Pocket Keeps your pet safe and ensures your pet gets home safely. 

  • Made of breathable, durable ripstop fabric outer with breathable mesh inner 

  • Easy on and off design

  • Padded chest and back plates

  • Back Assist handle on the back for added control

  • Chest D-ring gently corrects pulling

  • Back d-ring for addition leash hook option

  • Ultra Reflective trim for added visibility

  • 4 adjustment points for a near custom fit

  • Beautiful choice of colors to suit your pet’s personality.
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How to Fit amp; Adjust Dog Harness ?

Pre -adjust the harness with metal adjusters to the approximate size of your dog's girth.

Release the buckle,open the harness ,Slide your dog's head through the dog harness neck piece and secures with buckles on either side of his chest.

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How to Fit amp; Adjust Dog Harness ?

  • The upper picture refers to the minimum neck position; the lower picture refers to the maximum neck position.
  • To extend the neck straps, pull the neck slider away from the logo, bringing it closer to the front leash attachment ring.
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How to Fit amp; Adjust Dog Harness ?

  • The upper picture refers to the minimum chest position ; the lower picture refers to the maximum chest position.
  • To extend the chest straps, hold the slider with one hand and then pull down on the strap. Adjust until reduced to the required size.
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How to Fit amp; Adjust Dog Harness ?

Adjust with Zinc Ally anti-rust metal adjusters as needed.Use the four adjustment points on the straps to fit the harness snug on your dog.

It should be snug but loose enough for you to fit two fingers (and only two fingers) between the harness and your dog at any point.

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Air Mesh No Pull Dog Harness Front Clip Dog Harness 12 5 Feet Reflective Dog Rope Leash with Comfortable Padded Handle Dog Harness for Large Dogs with Extra Belly Strap,Reflective adjustable with ID pocketSoft Handle Dog collar
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Material Double layer Air Mesh fabric+3M Reflective Material 1200D Oxford Fabric + 3M Reflective Material 1200D Oxford Fabric + 3M Reflective Material Reflective Nylon climbing rope+Foam Padded Handles 1200D Oxford Fabric + 3M Reflective Material Reflective Nylon+Soft Neoprene Padded
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Adjustable Point 4-adjustable Points 4-adjustable Points 4-adjustable Point 5-adjustable Points 1-adjustable Point
Handle ✓ ✓ ✓ ✓ ✓ ✓
ID tag pocket ✓ ✓
Reflective ✓ ✓ ✓ ✓ ✓
MOLLE System ✓
LOOP Panel for Patch ✓
Belly Adjustment Straps ✓

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