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      A harness can be an effective training tool for puppies or kitties, allowing for better control of your pet. Dogs with respiratory conditions may prefer a dog harness because it reduces additional pressure on the airway and allows for more comfortable breathing during exercise. Many models are available as walk-in harnesses, allowing pets and their owners to quickly get in and out of the car. Kuoser has suitable options for your dog, including personalized, patterned, and reflective.


      1. How Do Dog Harnesses Work?

      A dog harness is a restraint tool, especially when outdoors. To put on the dog harness, pull the leash, then you can better control the dog within the safety of the range to prevent it from safety problems.

      The harness can be better controlled of your pet. Dog harness and the dog's body contact area are relatively large, in the dog's traction when the harness force dog more evenly, so that the dog will be more comfortable to wear. And the harness is not concentrated in the dog's neck, so the dog is also relatively more willing to wear, to prevent the dog forward when the force is all on the channel, making them feel more comfortable.

      2. What Are the Best Dog Harnesses?

      The suitable dog harness for your pup is the best. Choose from a wide range of adjustable sizes to fit any size dog. Even XS dogs to XXL dogs! Choose from dozens of popular designs and exciting colors Durable, sturdy, washable, and guaranteed even for chewing!

      3. How Much Do Dog Harnesses Cost?

      Our favorite harnesses are available in various sizes, colors, and styles to meet every need and price range.

      4. How Do You Measure a Dog for a Harness?

      The three most important measurements are chest, neck, and weight.

      • Chest: Measure around your dog's body with a soft tape or string. Be sure to start at the bottom of the rib cage and then guide the tape or rope down your dog's back, ending where you started and meeting the end.
      • Neck: It is essential to measure the thickest part of your dog's neck, right at his shoulders.
      • Weight: Many harnesses will use the dog's weight as a reference in the sizing chart.

      If your dog's size is right in the middle of the two fingers again, Recommend using the larger value.

      5. Harness Vs. Collar

      Collars can put pressure on the airways and, in some cases, the spines of dogs. Using a harness can prevent your dog from choking when trying to stop your dog from charging another dog or bunny. If you enjoy hiking, running, or camping, some harnesses have unique features that make these activities easier, more enjoyable, and safer for all participants.

      6. Are Harnesses Cruel?

      No, pet harnesses are not cruel. If abused, harnesses can harm your dog. When appropriately used, harnesses provide owners with a safe and convenient way to let their dogs explore the outdoors while maintaining control and making sure your dogs don't get lost.