Harness Lead Instructions Manual
IMPORTANT: Always read the instructions for assembling and using the Harness Lead carefully before you begin.
Proper harness use is important to avoid any injury, or worse, death. If you’re playing a dog game or just walking with your dog at an unsafe time then clearly having the wrong size or mis-positioning your dog could harm him.
Thank you for purchasing the Harness Lead.
Here are the instructions on how to use the Harness Lead. This video link can provide further instructions.
Before Using The Harness Lead
This product should only be used if your dog is currently not aggressive or has a behaviour that could lead to aggression.
Please follow all the instructions and warnings in the user manual before trying to use this product on your pet
- Aggressive pets can be dangerous and cause severe injuries to their owners. If this product is not right for your pet, please ask your vet or a certified trainer.
- On-lead training is an important part of a pet’s life, but you have to make sure to remain safe and that your pet has been taught from a young age what the rules are.
- It is vital that you do not let your pet get away from your control during any training sessions.
- Not for tie-out use.
How To Put On Harness Lead
- Harness Lead is a leash and harness in one that reduces pulling is escape-proof and adjust to any size or body type.
- Harness Lead is so simple to use put collar over dog’s head align opening across back move black stops so they align with back a front leg.
- Rap leash underbody bring handle and rubber disc up through slit opening in collar pulled taut lower disc down to hold into place to remove harness leads.
- Simply loosened the disc, loosened the side and popped it over the dog’s head, used a leash to lift the disc up, and released it to reduce the pulling.
- The disc will rise as the leash tightens around the barrel, which will reduce the pulling of most dogs. The disc will fall into place if the dog relaxes.
- harness lead is escape-proof guaranteed if dog tries to back out leash will tighten preventing escape
Ensure a proper fit
Choosing the right dog harness can be especially tough, especially if it’s your first time and you want something that is secure. While not being too tight is important, something nice and loose should also be considered.
Signs Your Dog’s Harness Isn’t Fitting Right
Buying a harness for your pet is easy, but it’s important to make sure you get one that is safe. Having a harness on hand can also ensure your companion’s safety and comfort.
- If the harness feels too tight around your dog neck it might not be positioned properly and so you will want to adjust it until you find a comfortable position that fits.
- The straps are either too short or too long
- It seems rough to the touch
- Putting on or taking off is difficult.
Most harnesses for dogs have been designed to be comfortable and safe. Collars can strain the neck or back of a dog and instinctually make them pull when they are being approached by a threat.
Just be careful when deciding which harness is best for you. There are several important features that help to ensure people walk with their furry friend safely, such as being able to control the speed of the walker, avoid obstacles in your way, distance traveled, and more.
Why a Proper Fit Matters
There are different types of harnesses to choose from; some are good for trail walking, others are better for rock-climbing, and yet others might prove to be more appropriate for cross-country travelling.
So depending on your specific needs you should determine which type is best and at the best price.
Using a harness can sometimes lead to short-term medical complications if it’s used improperly. It is important that the harness fits without being too tight and causes discomfort or otherwise.
Harness Lead Washing Instructions
- Make sure all buckles are secured and if you have any extra luggage, store it separately.
- Hand wash in warm water, mild soap*
- Rinse thoroughly
- Hang dry
- Spot clean with a gentle brush or rag with soap & water for best results.
Safety & Comfort Tips When Dog is Wearing Harness:
Taking walks with your dog is a great way to get some exercise, socializing and spend time with your pet. There are also a number of safety tips to help make the experience more enjoyable for you and your pet.
• Safety for Unsafe Behaviors
• Not for restraint. (avoid pulling leash backward)
• Not for use as a tie-out.
• Not for use as a car harness.
• Not for on-leash running. Possible rubbing and chafing.
• Do not leave on puppies.
You Should Always Use a Harness Over a Collar When Walking Your Dog.
Dog harnesses can be effective in training a dog and stopping it from pulling on the leash. They are also an essential item to buy for any kind of dog, including those that you might not normally think needed one.
Not teaching your dog to behave itself properly could create a potential problem. In severe cases, this can lead to dangerous breathing problems.
Harnesses are often recommended for dogs who walk outdoors and have a slower gait or for older dogs with arthritis. They’re safer, easier to use & can increase your dog’s mobility.
Harness Leads have no size limit for their harnesses! That’s why they are the best for you and your pet! Whether your pet is a tiny bird or a giant elephant, Harness Lead always have them covered.
They designed their harness so that you can easily fit it to your dog and make sure they won’t get hurt.