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Is a Collar or Harness Better for My Dog? (UPDATED 2022) - Walking and Dog Tie Out Stakes

There are a number of suggestions across the board for whether a collar or harness is better for dogs.  Some trainers and websites advise that a certain type of collar is best and others say that a harness is best... So, now what do you do? Let's look into this further and help you figure out if a collar or harness is best for your dog.   Are you walking your dog on a leash; or will your dog be using a dog tie out? Using a Harness or Collar when Walking Your Dog: Using a a harness for walking has become general practice, but not all dogs need a harness .  For example, if your dog is trained and walks like a champ, you don't need a harness, a collar will do just fine. However, if your dog needs to get used to walking on a leash, then a harness may be better when on walks through the park.  This will eliminate your dog from basically gagging itself and hacking down the trail through the park.  Training your dog to use a collar should be your ultimate goal.  A harness is great
Kimberly Wherley became winner of the prestigious Bronze A' Design Award Como, Italy, April 19, 2017 /DESIGNPRWIRE/ A' Design Award and Competition is happy to inform that the work  Double Dog Run  by  Kimberly Wherley  has been awarded with the famed Bronze A' Design Award at  Pet Supplies and Products for Animals Design Competition  Category. Pet Supplies and Products for Animals Design Category Bronze A' Design Award Winner A' International Design Award and Competition is delighted to share that the pet supply work Double Dog Run by Kimberly Wherley became a laureate of the famed Bronze A' Design Award in Pet Supplies and Products for Animals Design Category elected as the winner by the international jury members of the A' Design Awards & Competitions amidst thousands of submissions. Further information Double Dog Run Kimberly Wherley, the lead designer of the winning pet supply design Double Dog Run demonstrates “The Double Dog Run