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Pink Pikachu Pug Dog Harness by NerdyPug on Etsy
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Dog harnesses offer an effective training tool, especially for puppies. No-pull dog harnesses offer better control over your pet as they do not allow for pulling or jumping and help keep your dog focused on their walk. Dogs with respiratory illnesses or short noses like Pugs will undoubtedly prefer a dog harness as it will keep extra stress off of their windpipe and allow for more comfortable exercise.
The Walking Dead Pug Dog Harness by NerdyPug on Etsy
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Ive used the easywalk harness that clips on the front and it is good, but then my pug didnt tend to pull on walks anyway he usually walks by my side except for when we go to new places but its not good for pugs really. He pulled at a friends dog because he wanted to play with it and it pulled at his neck and he started to cough and couldnt breathe. not a good idea. this buddybelt seems better i must say! Comic Book Heroes II Small Dog Harness by NerdyPugStudios on Etsy
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Photo provided by FlickrMarkl and Kalcifer in the EzyDog Harness. #pugs
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Unlike a dog leash and dog collar, a no-pull harness is the preferred way of walking a pug. It spreads out the pressure around the torso, and will reduce stress, leaving the airway unobstructed and the neck free from possible injury. When they do tug and pull, the harness provides more support and even gives you more control. Your pug may not like it at first, but don’t give up! Usually, your pup will just need a few days to get used to the idea. Some of you may wonder why is there a need to write an article on the Best Harness For Pugs. This is because I am pretty appalled by how owners are treating these cute little pets. They are using ill-fitting items on them. I am actually referring to collars. Just so you know, most pugs’ neck are bigger than their head. In this sense, the collars might slip off the dog, defeating its original purpose. I wonder why didn’t the owners thought of getting a harness for the pug.This harness is made from a soft, spongy synthetic mesh. It works great for a pug because the straps are wide and secure, made for their compact, wide-chested little bodies. It’s very durable and machine washable, though it’s recommended that you let it air dry. It’s easy to get on your dog, just put their front legs through the arm holes, pull the velcro closure snug, and attach the leash. When you bring your pug out on a walk with a harness, you have to first ensure that there is a leash attached to the harness. One of the reasons why I choose a harness instead of a collar for pugs is because thae harness allows the force to be distributed across to the dog’s shoulders, back and chest.This Best Harness For Pugs by All Lupine is designed and developed in Conway. The 1″ circumference fits medium and large dogs, hence making it optimal for your Pug.The day that we brought Frank & Beans home Ryan ran out to the store to purchase two harnesses. I had read up on pugs for 2+ years before we got them, so I knew that most pugs had bigger necks than heads, so you shouldn’t use collars on them as they will pop off easily. I also knew that most pugs weigh around 18-22lbs. Ryan said that the stores size small harnesses said for dogs up to 30lbs so he bought two. It was obvious from looking at them that Frank was bigger than Beans, so I was pretty surprised when I tried the harness on Beans and it didn’t fit. Could she really weigh more than 30lbs? Frank is clearly bigger than her – if she is 30lbs, he must be the world’s biggest pug??