Unlike collars, the special angle of the chest strap allows IDC®Powerharness to rest on the ideal zone of the chest. This completely frees your dog’s neck for healthy, unrestricted breathing while ensuring free movement for the front legs.
There are currently more and more studies regarding the effects of dog harnesses on the movement of dogs…
Prof. Dr. Martin S. Fischer, Professor of Special Zoology and Evolutionary Biology at the University of Jena, and his team presented their study on the locomotion of dogs in 2011.
Dog harnesses contribute in a major way to allowing us to spend more time and have more experiences with our pet. It could even be said that the message of the dog harness is: ‘’Go together! Everyday. Everywhere.” The only thing left to decide is which harness is used for what.
We, at the “Ebárvaház” Nonprofit Association, also want to provide our protégés with the best possible dog equipment used in the shelter. For daily walks, we have recommended the IDC® Powerharness from the very beginning. Here, they really need indestructible and reliable pieces!
It is very nice because it is lightweight, comfortable for the dog, very convenient to maintain and has excellent fasteners…
For the most part, my dogs walk well on leashes, but sometimes Pete will lunge if he sees a cat, squirrel or another dog. Even gentle Ernest can pull if he gets it into his head that he wants to go somewhere off the beaten path. I don’t like the idea of putting so much tension on their necks, so we always use a harness.
Recently we reviewed some awesome dog harnesses made by Julius K-9. These are excellent quality harnesses we found to be really well-made…
Guest article by Karoline Gore, who has been campaigning for owners to pay more attention to the grooming of their dog.
Bea Labady from Australia about Julius-K9® dog harness.