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  • Model: H7###1072 Handmade Leather Dog Leash

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Handmade Leather Pitbull harness Similar to La Cinopelca Adjustable Leather Dog Harness for Pitbull

- Available in Brown and Black color

- Adjustable for a comfortable fit of your Pitbull

- D ring lead attachment

- High Quality Stitching

Similar to La Cinopelca Adjustable Leather Harness for Pitbull

Similar to La Cinopelca Adjustable Leather Harness for Pitbull

How to size your Pitbull for this harness:

Medium:

  • around the neck of the dog (green color on the picture):
    14-25 inch (35-64 cm)
  • around the chest behind the front legs (red color acon the picture):
    25-38 inch (63-95 cm)

Large:

  • around the neck of the dog (green color on the picture):
    19 - 29 inch (48-73 cm)
  • around the chest behind the front legs (red color on the picture):
    27-42 inch (68-105 cm)

Extra Large:

  • around the neck of the dog (green color on the picture):
    22-34 inch (55-85 cm)
  • around the chest behind the front legs (red color on the picture):
    32-50 inch (79-125 cm)

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General "Woof" Tip: Leather can be of different quality.
Latigo leather is too soft for some of the products and harness leather is too sturdy this is one of the reasons why we use vegetable tanned leather.
Vegetable tanned leather combines perfect durability and softness to give you as a handler , and your dog most of comfort.


Feeding your dog raw meat.
Older dogs act younger and have much more energy than before. Another positive note is that yard waste cleanup is dramatically reduced. No more piles of stinky dog poop to clean up. What little the dogs do leave behind is dry, chalky, and biodegrades quickly. The best part is there is NO SMELL! Now, let's address the concern about the possible presence of salmonella and e.coli despite our best efforts to eradicate them. Your dog is a carnivore. Carnivores differ from humans in some important ways on the inside. Mother Nature has designed our carnivorous companions to be able to handle very high levels of "bugs" that would probably make a human very ill. Carnivores have very strong stuff in their stomachs, called hydrochloric acid (HCl). We have this same acid in our stomachs, but it is not nearly as strong (because we don't have any need for it to be that powerful). This acid can take care of just about anything, including parasites or germs that may be encountered in the food. Also, carnivores have a much shorter digestive tract, compared to ours. This means food passes through their systems much more quickly, leaving less time for bacteria to get a foothold and cause problems or illness. Finally, it is important to remember that germs like salmonella and e.coli are everywhere around us all the time. They are part of a normal, healthy digestive system. They are routinely excreted/shed in feces (both human and animal), and this is not cause for alarm. It is normal! They only become problematic when a person or animal with a lowered or compromised immune system comes into contact with a higher than usual concentration. Did you know that the only documented cases of people or animals becoming sick from dog food involve a dry, packaged dog food that contained salmonella? There have also been recalls of several dog treats, such as pig ears, again for salmonella contamination. And don't forget, dogs and cats lick their back-ends (and other body parts) routinely, as well as rolling in or even eating dead birds, rodents, fish, garbage, etc., without contracting illnesses. As long as you use common sense when feeding a raw diet to your pet, the chances of either of you becoming ill from raw meat are extremely small. It is recommended that you use hot, soapy water to wash your hands, wash your pet's dish, and keep your counter top areas and utensils clean. Also, do not leave dishes containing raw foods "out" for any length of time. If your pet does not clean his or her dish at mealtime, either dispose of or refrigerate any leftovers promptly....to read the other interesting article please click on here.....




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