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I am making Miller a harness

It will be in the style of an H- Harness, and have the orignal back clip, I am also hoping to add a d ring at the front because we can't find the easy walk. I am going to custom make it so it wont have to have adjustable straps, and i may or may not line it with fleece. Any ideas on what else to put on it? i will post pictures when its ready! wish me luck
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If he's still a puppy and not blowing coat then I would say line it with fleece but I would think silk would be much better.
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It will be in the style of an H- Harness, and have the orignal back clip, I am also hoping to add a d ring at the front because we can't find the easy walk. I am going to custom make it so it wont have to have adjustable straps, and i may or may not line it with fleece. Any ideas on what else to put on it? i will post pictures when its ready! wish me luck
I'm not sure that just adding a d-ring to the front of an H style harness will have the same effect as using a no-pull harness. The leash on no-pull harnesses attach on the chest, not around the neck. I'd be afraid that it would torque their neck in a strange way attached to the front loop of an H harness.

Easy-walk and Sense-ible (which I like better) harnesses are both available on line. Why can't you get one there? They are not expensive.


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I'm not sure that just adding a d-ring to the front of an H style harness will have the same effect as using a no-pull harness. The leash on no-pull harnesses attach on the chest, not around the neck. I'd be afraid that it would torque their neck in a strange way attached to the front loop of an H harness.

Easy-walk and Sense-ible (which I like better) harnesses are both available on line. Why can't you get one there? They are not expensive.
just a little project, i went on vacation and just got back yesterday, and i cant find the easy walk, im shure it will show up
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I made a harness I copied the one we had and just designed around it. I was going to design ones for male Havanese too but find it more fun to add skirts for the girls.
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