Dave and Molly
Ian Dunbar was awarded the Outstanding Achievement Award from I.P.D.T.A. Here's a picture of me accepting the award on his behalf.
Member of IAABC ,International Association of Animal Behavior Consultants , Member of Pet Professional Guild
I've tried to upload a photo of the leash I'm using. It's the tandem version of the Larz Z leash, which has a flexi section with some give in it. The dog learns not to pull without the jerk that occurs when the leash becomes extended. It can be used with a harness. I really like it.
I sed the premier easy walk with Charley. He can't reallypull but I'm not crazy about the fit. One leg often slips out and it seems alwfully tight underneatch the shoulders. Charley is only 12 pounds. Do you think it would fit him? Sounds like your dogs are much bigger.
I am looking to get a no-pull harness for Eloise but she is tiny. Reading Karen's comment, I am not sure which harness to try for. I like the one you have posted Linda. Sadly, Eloise isn't even close to the 13lb XS size. Any suggestions for small Havs?
I like the Sense-ible (or Sense-ation... same company, slightly different harnesses, but not much) better than the Easy-walk. I have both, but hardly ever use the Easy-walk (we bought it on vacation when Kodi chewed through is Sense-ible harness left within his reach in the back seat!
I find the straps and buckles on the Easy-walk a pain in the neck. The straps tend to slide through the adjustment points, so you have to readjust them often to maintain a good fit. The buckles are also tiny and fussy to open and close on a long haired dog.
I replaced the Easy-walk with another Sense-ible harness as soon as we got home, and now it just hangs on a hook as a spare"!
Karen, Kodi & Pixel
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