Collar Leashes and Harnesses

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    20 products

    We all know that dogs don't know naturally how to walk with a leash, and walking a dog who isn't leash-trained can lead to injury and accidents. With a dog-training leash, you can keep your furry baby alongside you. To Leash train your dog, you need a Dog Collar, Dog Harness, and Dog Leash. These are great tools for training as it is easy to control your curious canine.

    Your dog loves walking, but you love walking your dog? If you find yourself being dragged around by your curious dog while on a leash, it's probably time to start leash training your dog. This may come as a surprise to first-time parents, but dogs are naturally off-leash. Leashing skills must be learned and this skill is not always easy.
    Dogs are naturally faster than us and are excited to explore nature. Leash training helps your puppy know not to pull ahead or fall behind you, even if something interests them outside. Get help training your furry friend with collars, dog leads, or other dog training leads and dog harnesses from Goofy Tails. Walking a large dog that is not trained on a leash can lead to accidents and injuries. With the help of a dog-training leash, you can get your pooch to jump next to you instead of around and through you.
    Your dog can wear a harness instead of a collar, and many pet parents prefer them for added comfort and control. If you choose a harness instead of a collar for walks, be sure to attach your dog's ID tags to the harness or get a personalized harness with your contact information in case your dog runs away. A dog can wear a collar and a harness, and many pet parents choose both for added comfort and safety. Many people choose to keep their dog on a collar with identification tags at all times and clip on the harness only for walks. If your dog wears a collar and a harness at the same time, there should be no safety issues.

    These items are must-haves for new pet parents, and each provides your pet with a certain level of safety and security.
    Collars for dogs. Once you bring your new companion home, you should fit him with the correct size collar. Dog collars should fit snugly around your dog's neck. Dog collars can be used to keep your dog on a leash, but they are also essential for identifying your puppy in case he runs away from your home or gets lost. We recommend placing a dog tag on your puppy's collar with all relevant information about the pet's parents.
    Harnesses for dogs. While not necessary for all puppies, dog harnesses are ideal for dogs with certain medical conditions or those who need extra support and security. Similar to our collars, you can find dog harnesses in a variety of fun styles, including personalized, reflective/LED, and patterned.
    Dog leashes. We recommend investing in a strong and durable dog leash. The right dog leash can help your pooch train proper leash behavior. Leather, cotton or nylon leashes are ideal for training. Hands-free leashes are a great choice for running companions.

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