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- Anti-pull harness with reflective collar
- Kind control to stop and prevent pulling
- Ideal for short nose breeds, those with delicate facial features or nervous dogs
- Adjustable reflective collar with quick-fit snap lock
- Includes a training guide for helpful information
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Mikki Training Anti-pull Harness with Reflective Collar - Medium.
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Mikki Anti-Pull Harness
with Reflective Collar
The Mikki Anti-Pull Harness will prevent your dog from pulling and enable you to keep control the kind way. The harness is not fitted to the face, therefore it is perfect for short nose breeds, those with delicate facial features or nervous dogs. This revolutionary product comes complete with an adjustable reflective collar, 'easy-fit' snap lock and Neoprene tubing to allow you strong but gentle control.
Dogs don’t know that they should walk politely next to you. They see a big world in front of them and are eager to get out and explore it! The first time your dog succeeds in pulling on the lead they are rewarded. This of course is done unintentionally by you, but the dog soon learns that pulling gets them where they want to go more quickly. This behaviour is then associated with a payment – ‘I pull; I get to go where I want to go!’ Bad habits then quickly become routine behaviour. If your dog pulls strongly, it may also be useful to look at changing your standard lead to one that’s more versatile. A Multi-Lead can be arranged into a variety of lengths and even allows you to wear it around your body to give you extra security when out walking.
“It's a miracle! Having spent over two years being dragged around by my Lab/Weimaraner cross, I found the WalkRite Anti-Pull Harness. From the first steps outside, Blue took to the harness with immediate effect and stopped pulling! It was quite uncanny and I had to frequently check that I had the right dog at the end of the lead! A simple design and clever technology that really does the job”, says Peter Binnie.
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- All dogs need to be kept restrained on a lead in busy places – make sure you choose a lead that is both the right length for you and your dog as well as comfortable for you to use.
- Be responsible when walking your dog. If you know he is prone to chasing cyclists or dislikes other dogs, use a lead and a muzzle to prevent unwanted upsets arising.
- Make sure: You don’t use for very long periods of time. The Anti-Pull Harnesses are provided with protective covers for the stop lines. This is to prevent discomfort and chafing, but prolonged use is not recommended.
1. Measure the collar around your dog’s neck so it is a secure but comfortable fit (fig. 1). To make the collar smaller move the buckle towards the centre of the collar, to make the collar larger move the buckles away from the centre.
2. Fit the collar around your dog’s neck with the two large D-rings on top (fig. 2).
3. Thread one clip of the stop line (with Neoprene tubing) down through each D-ring. Pass the clips behind each of your dog’s front legs and up the front of the chest (fig. 3). Fasten the clips into the small D-rings on the front collar.
4. Adjust the stop lines by moving the clamp (press the release button) towards the collar. Make sure that the stop lines are not too tight. Fasten your lead to the ring.
If you are fitting a new product or something that feels new and different, such as a harness, take your time and introduce it slowly. Encourage your pet to play with his toys, chew on a treat or interact with you whilst he is wearing the new product or he may be tempted to chew or try to remove it. Gradually build up the amount of time he wears it until he is comfortable enough for you to begin the next steps of training.
1. Fit the harness according to the instructions before walks.
2. When your dog begins to pull ahead, stop walking immediately. This causes the harness to tighten and exerts gentle pressure to counteract your dog’s tendency to pull or lunge.
3. Encourage your dog to return to your side and then continue walking forwards. Praise your dog for walking nicely and continue training for 10-15 minutes. Train regularly to maximise improvements.
4. Once your dog is walking reliably without pulling, clip the lead onto both D-rings and continue your walk.
5. If your dog still pulls or lunges repeat stages 1 to 4.
6. When your dog can walk without pulling, remove the stop lines and walk with the lead attached to both D-rings.
Continue with the training programme until your dog can walk correctly with a collar and lead only.
If your pet is not used to training then you will have to begin with very short sessions, perhaps just two to three minutes each. This will allow him to discover the enjoyment of training whilst preventing him from becoming confused, bored or frustrated. It is often more realistic to fit in several short training sessions each day than to try to commit to a long lesson which is harder to arrange around work, children or other pets.
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We tried a muzzle type anti pull lead and that worked for a while until he decided he'd had enough and began scratching and clawing it to get it off his nose, he always succeeded.
He can't get this off, he hasn't even tried, it's not uncomfortable as he would have let us know and it works!!
This lead is fantastic. If you have any dog that pulls BUY THIS LEAD!. My first 3 mile walk on lead with Paddy the Staffy was enjoyable. No pulling and yanking, I was in control. Was able to hold lead with one finger! Even managed to make him walk at my heels. No crazy pulling and tugging to get to people and other dogs, just controlled behaviour. I am totally gobsmacked, this device has changed my dog and I can enjoy walks again. Buy this product it's amazing. No more jarred backs or dog ploughing forward to get somewhere. T H A N K Y O U
I was surprised as she 'loves' to pull.
It is a bit of a mission to get on though - both when she is excited for her walk and has ants in her pants, and when putting it on after her off lead walk when she is wet and muddy and I want to get her home/need to have her on the lead quick. But that's to be expected by the very nature of it.
And carrying it around on your walk is somewhat annoying. When I had just a lead, I could put it in my pocket or hang it over my neck or round my waist etc. With this, I walk around with it in my hand folded into 3 as best I can as it wont go in my pocket along with her poo bags, whistle, my mobile phone for taking photos of her enjoying herself - I can pretend to myself I am going to collect my imaginary horse.
I notice people have asked if it can be left on but just unclip the lead. I would say absolutely NOT because: If you have it on correctly, (i.e not to tight or loose), if the dog bends her legs (lies down, crawls under things) her legs can come out, because when she is not pulling, the straps are loose enough (rightly so of course). The second and most important reason not to leave it on is obvious and this shouldn't even be considered: it is potentially dangerous to leave loose straps/loops on a dog, simple as that. You cant have it all ways!
So that being said, I still like it! She seems comfortable and stays to heel without pulling - although with a really tempting target she does lunge forward but retracts when she feels the tug under her arms....but then starts pulling again; however this is much better than a dog pulling with only a collar, where they completely lose their minds and chose to choke themselves rather than just arrive at that point 1 second later!
It's worth carrying around and it's worth the hassle of putting on and off. I'm getting better at it.
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