Julius-K9 Dog Harness, Orange, XL/2
Color: (Idc Powair) Orange
- Size: Chest circumference: 71-96 cm, Weight of the dog: 28-40 kg. For more products please visit our Amazon Storefront!
- Designed for 100% airflow: It is made from a special 3D mesh fabric that ventilates extremely well and provides a comfortable fit for your dog.
- Interchangeable hook and loop patches: You can choose from countless different patch options to express your dog’s personality, mood, or to display useful information on your harness.
- One-click fit for daily use: To make your bustling days go smooth, the harness can be fitted in a single move.
Details: IDC®Powair harness - Designed for 100% airflowThe IDC®Powair harness is one of JULIUS-K9®'s novelties, that serves as a super light, extremely soft version of the IDC®Powerharness. It is made from a special 3D mesh fabric that ventilates extremely well and provides a comfortable fit for your dog.Efficient power transmission, efficient controlWe have optimized the IDC®Powair harness for the power directed at the dog. It's chest strap is parallel to the leash in your hand; therefore, it can transmit the power arriving from you in the most efficient manner. This means that you can hold back or stop your dog when you need to with less effort. The wide chest strap and the optional chest pad help distribute the power over the chest for the proper comfort of your pet.Heavy-duty handle to handle the unexpectedThe handle atop the harness allows you to control your dog with confidence – to stop her or guide her moves on the streets, up or down the steps, or when getting out of the car.One-click fit for daily useTo make your bustling days go smooth, the harness can be fitted in a single move.3D-textile layers for 100% airflowScientifically proven comfort; the structure evenly distributes the power to the chest instead of the neckExceptionally simple to fit and useOEKO-TEX® certified, tested inner liningCustomizable with interchangeable hook and loop patchesSturdy handleOver 25 years of experience in dog harness developmentWhat to do if the dog wriggles out of the harnessThe JULIUS-K9® chest harnesses have been designed for ease of use and for simple application. These types of harnesses are therefore most commonly used during city walks or when working with service dogs. As a result of improper leash use, sizing, or harness adjustment, some dogs can still wriggle out of the harness.If the leash is inadvertently pulled in the opposite direction to how the harness was put on, the harness might be pulled off the dog. This can happen if the harness is adjusted too loosely, the dog starts moving backwards trying to run away. the dog lags behind and is being pulled by the leashATTENTION:Dog harnesses are designed to guide the dog in a gentle, neck-sparing way on the leash, to hold the dog, and to make it possible for the owner to hold it back in case of an emergency. A dog harness is not a coercive tool! When facing the dog, do not pull the leash towards you and never pull the dog after you on a leash because it will hurt them. Improper leash treatment can cause the dog to try to escape. The owner would be responsible for the dog pulling loose from the harness should this happen. How to safely walk your dog in a harnessIf the dog is prone to panic or feels insecure near traffic, it is recommended to use the handle on the top of the harness to help the dog.It is also a good idea to use the collar and dog harness together with a double carabiner leash while walking. In this way, the dog can be led safely with one hand and the collar does not overload the dog’s neck if it needs to be held back suddenly. The Y-belt or pressure distribution pad, hich can be retrofitted to the harness, also allows the harness to rest securely and comfortably.How to adjust the dog harnessProper sizing and adjustment is essential for any type of harness. Before using the harness for the first time, it is very important to read the instructions carefully and to follow them. In the case of chest harnesses, adjust the girth strap of the harness so that only your palms can be slid between the inner lining of the harness and the back of the dog. The chest strap should allow four fingers to fit in between the dog’s front leg and the girth strap. Harnesses that are set too loose can be dangerous because the dog can get out of them, but overly tightening harnesses should also be avoided.How to correctly walk your dog on a leashWhen walking, the leash should always be loose, and only held tightly when there is a good reason, for example if you are forced to stop the dog sudden
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