Say goodbye to common pulling and lunging behaviors with the Pawsabilities™ No-Pull Dog Harness. Our one-of-a-kind air-mesh design has two D-ring attachment points located on the chest and the back, for two comfortable leash attachment choices. By applying minimal pressure to your dog’s center of gravity, our medium dog harness comfortably stops common unwanted behaviors when walking.
Pet Pawsabilities™ No-Pull Dog Harness
Designed with your dog’s comfort and safety in mind, the Pet Pawsabilities™ No-Pull Dog Harness is perfect for big hikes, small walks, and all of the adventures in between:
- No Hassle. Easy on/off for dogs always on the go.
- Adjustable Fit. Two adjustable, reflective straps allow for maximum comfort and high visibility at night.
- Weather Resistant. The harness’s waterproof fabric is made for any season.
- Breathable. Lightweight, air-mesh fabric ensures your dog will be comfortable on long walks all year round.
- Total control. Two points of connection and an easy-to-grab back handle provide the control you need to keep your dog safe.
The Importance of Exercising your Dog
Pet Pawsabilities™ provides the gear you need for a safe and fun exercise routine. To keep your pup at their happiest and healthiest, provide them with a minimum of thirty minutes of physical activity a day, although closer to two hours is recommended. It’s a great idea to break up this time into two or three walks or activities a day. With consistent exercise, you’ll be rewarded with a happy, healthier dog!
Exercise is Good for their Physical Health
Obesity is a leading disease in canines. Consistent walks are the first step in preventing obesity in dogs. In addition to burning calories, regular walks help to lower blood pressure and strengthen bones and muscles for an all-around stronger and healthier dog. When your dog has a chance to burn energy on walks, they are less likely to engage in unwanted, destructive behaviors. As they say, a tired pup is a good pup!
Exercise is Good for Their Mental Health
Dogs get bored, just like us humans! Running around in the same fenced yard can be fun, but a routine should include other stimulating environments like a walk around the block. Walking not only exercises your dog’s body but their minds too! With new sights, smells, and sounds, you will have one mentally stimulated, happy dog!
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