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    Bulldog Vet in Training 2bulldogsstuff's Avatar
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    Default Re: Collar versus harness

    Same here I prefer no collars inside the house. But love Julius K9 harnesses


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    Default Re: Collar versus harness

    I've only had Bogey for a little over a week and he's been fantastic!!... He pulled quite a bit at first and I originally wanted a harness and was set out to get one. However, I was told to use the martingale collar instead. The reason being that if Bogey was to wear a harness he would pull even more because there is no reaction when using a harness. With a martingale collar, Bogey himself learns that if he walks too fast he will get a little tight around the neck and eases off. He walks next to me with a loose leash in a about a weeks time. Think about a sled dog.. These guys pull for a living and the harness allows them to do their job in a safe way without any neck constriction.... And you know how determined the bully breed is, they WILL pull... He's only 8 months old so the martingale collar for training is ideal in our situation. Bogey doesn't wear anything at home just on walks..

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