Padded Ultra Leather Protection and Tracking Harness for Pitbull
Our Ultra leather dog harness is made with TWO layers of leather throughout and is thicker and more durable than leather used in traditional protection dog harnesses yet still has outstanding flexibility and comfort.
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Ultra Leather Dog Harness for Pitbull -Tracking Harness
This Ultra Leather Dog Harness(PADDED HARNESS) has saddle-worthy stitching for maximum quality and strength.
It is fitted with high grade brass buckles at 5 key adjustment points allowing for a custom fit to your dog. The heavy duty, thick felt lined chest plate prevents chafing and disperses pressure across the dog's chest rather than across the throat which can deter strong barking. The felt is horse saddle grade - not the craft kind of wool or felt that breaks down after only a few sessions. The Ultra Leather Dog Harness has an improved built-in loop handle on the top so the handler may be more involved in training if necessary.
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We use only hand-made nickel plated D-ring tracking line connections that will never,never rust!
The Ultra Leather harness does not restrict the air flow of the dog in any way. This is an extremely important feature on a tracking harness during long tracks where the dogs need all the help they can get.
The Ultra Leather harness for Pitbull has a padded breast plate to cushion the dog when it hits the end of the line while doing protection work.
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.John P. Colby was the best breeder that lived in the
beginning of this era (many consider him a great breeder of all
time). He immigrated to America in 1900 and took along pure-bred pit
bulls from which have descended present excellent representatives of
the breed. He was an admirer of this breed, came into conflict with
his countrymen (Irishmen) because he was sure that “Old Family”,
should be distributed as broader as possible while the other Irish
breeders guarded jealously their line and gave the dogs to true
friends who took care of “blood line” and kept the pedigree with
their own hand. Colby issued ads on sale and mating of pit bulls and
exerted a great influence on lovers of that breed. Due that fact
many breeders of “Old Family” called him a “hawker’ (the most
abusive title for the breeder). Despite that, Colby realized his
goal as many breeders approved his line that produced many immortal
giants of the ring later. The dogs exported from other countries
(Spain, Sicilia Holland) had different hair color, but black, white,
red and mixture of these colors were prevailing. There is no perfect
information how many pit bulls were exported from these countries
and what their development was like up to 1900, but starting with
this period it is possible to find documentary proof of their
development and representation. Alongside with “Old Family” Colby
kept the other lines and outbred them. So, the best pit bull
recognized was Colby’s Pincher weighting 32 kg, of black color. The
next dog following Pincher was Cater Armitage’s (Cager?) whose
weight was 49 pounds. Its color was like tigrine, it achieved 14
victories and belonged to several owners (Armitage, Hemphill,
Corvino). Then was a turn of elite dog Hubbard Big. The next after
it was Tudor’s Black Jack weighting 49 pounds....to
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