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This Dog Halter / Harness stops your dog pulling instantly. My dog pulls constantly with a lead attached to her collar as well as with a normal walking ...
Step 1: Materials:- Dog Lead - The lead must be made of a thick rope and round to prevent rubbing against dog. (Can be picked up at a ...
Step 2: Remove the chest plate from the harness. Cut off the part that clips around the dogs chest. Cut off the seat belt loop. The main reason ...
Step 3: Take the dog leash and loop it through itself so it is firmly attached to the collar part directly in front of the dogs throat.
Step 4: Secure the loop in front of the dogs neck with a cable tie.
Step 5: Bring each side of the lead in under the dogs 'armpits' and up towards the dogs back. Cut off the clip on one side of the ...
Step 6: Secure the two sides of the leash togther with 4-5 Cable Ties pulled tight.
Step 7: Attach your normal dog lead to the loop of the halter that has been pulled through the metal ring. For some reason the dog really does ...
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