Is there a particular brand? I saw harnesses on there by Doggle, Puppia, etc. I'm in the market for a new harness so I'm weighing out my options.Definitely a harness, not just my preference but the best choice for health reasons. Chihuahuas have delicate skeletal systems and internal organs because of their small size, and collars run the risk of collapsing their tracheas and compromising their spinal alignment.
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The harnesses my dogs are wearing in my siggy are both from there. They are under $30.00 and the best harnesses of that type I've ever had.
I got this one for Jazz:Is there a particular brand? I saw harnesses on there by Doggle, Puppia, etc. I'm in the market for a new harness so I'm weighing out my options.
I just put the harness on the outside of the coat.. The harness Lion has is adjustable so I can make it big enough to fit around his coats.How do you guys get around jackets and coats for when it's cold? It's hard finding clothing to keep them warm that have harness holes. Isabelle wears a Puppia harness most of the time but if she needs to wear a raincoat or coat I put a collar on her. Any ideas?
Chelsea, I tested those suckers every which way I could think of, and I'm satisfied that they're not going to come loose, provided only that you get the right size. And by "right" I mean large enough that there's a decent amount of overlap of the velcro closures.@Tink: I was looking again at the harnesses you use for your dogs and noticed that they're velcro...if Chip IS a strong puller when he gets distracted, would you still recommend it, or do you think there's a possibility that the harness would come off?