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Old July 14th 03, 11:29 PM
Holier Than Thou
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Default SENSE-Ation Harness

forgive me if there has already been a thread on these - been in absentia
lately.

I am interested in trying one of these with the terror Toklat.
http://www.softouchconcepts.com/Merchant2/merchant.mvc?
Screen=CTGY&Store_Code=SC&Category_Code=SH

curious if anyone has firsthand experience with one?

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Old July 15th 03, 03:44 AM
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curious if anyone has firsthand experience with one?

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BethF, Anchorage, AK


Actually, with hundreds. I posted here when they were new and got a lot of
flack, so have shut-up about them since. They seem to reduce pulling with most
dogs. Theories about why are varied. We have had a few dedicated pullers that
still pull, but you have more control of the dog without putting pressure on
the throat/trachea. Try one - I think you will be pleased.
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Old July 15th 03, 04:26 AM
Linda
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Holier Than Thou wrote in message .3.44...
forgive me if there has already been a thread on these - been in absentia
lately.

I am interested in trying one of these with the terror Toklat.
http://www.softouchconcepts.com/Merchant2/merchant.mvc?
Screen=CTGY&Store_Code=SC&Category_Code=SH

curious if anyone has firsthand experience with one?


I went to the web site but didn't find any info on the harness, just
the size and cost. I am also looking for a gentle harness for my dog
as he has to help me up sometimes and the harness we have judt does
not fit he very well--he has a large chest but smaller neck.
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Old July 15th 03, 04:35 AM
BethF
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"Tricia9999" wrote in message
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curious if anyone has firsthand experience with one?

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BethF, Anchorage, AK


Actually, with hundreds. I posted here when they were new and got a lot of
flack, so have shut-up about them since. They seem to reduce pulling with

most
dogs. Theories about why are varied. We have had a few dedicated pullers

that
still pull, but you have more control of the dog without putting pressure

on
the throat/trachea. Try one - I think you will be pleased.


Tricia,
with your endorsement i ordered two. I will post a review when they
arrive. Concerned that a dog taught to pull in harness will pull in this
harness!


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Old July 15th 03, 04:37 AM
BethF
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"Linda" wrote in message
om...
Holier Than Thou wrote in message

.3.44...
forgive me if there has already been a thread on these - been in

absentia
lately.

I am interested in trying one of these with the terror Toklat.
http://www.softouchconcepts.com/Merchant2/merchant.mvc?
Screen=CTGY&Store_Code=SC&Category_Code=SH

curious if anyone has firsthand experience with one?


I went to the web site but didn't find any info on the harness, just
the size and cost. I am also looking for a gentle harness for my dog
as he has to help me up sometimes and the harness we have judt does
not fit he very well--he has a large chest but smaller neck.


Linda,
this harness is made to prevent a dog from pulling. perhaps a general use
harness would be more appropriate?

or...thinking that maybe the harness i recommended for scootering might be
good - its nicely padded and fits many sizes of dogs:

http://www.coldspotfeeds.com/product...er=40611&id1=2
42428245&idBasket=



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Old July 16th 03, 04:36 AM
Linda
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Thanks, will look into that type od harness

"BethF" wrote in message ...
"Linda" wrote in message
om...
Holier Than Thou wrote in message

.3.44...
forgive me if there has already been a thread on these - been in

absentia
lately.

I am interested in trying one of these with the terror Toklat.
http://www.softouchconcepts.com/Merchant2/merchant.mvc?
Screen=CTGY&Store_Code=SC&Category_Code=SH

curious if anyone has firsthand experience with one?


I went to the web site but didn't find any info on the harness, just
the size and cost. I am also looking for a gentle harness for my dog
as he has to help me up sometimes and the harness we have judt does
not fit he very well--he has a large chest but smaller neck.


Linda,
this harness is made to prevent a dog from pulling. perhaps a general use
harness would be more appropriate?

or...thinking that maybe the harness i recommended for scootering might be
good - its nicely padded and fits many sizes of dogs:

http://www.coldspotfeeds.com/product...er=40611&id1=2
42428245&idBasket=

 




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