Nylon Multi-purpose Pitbull Harness for Tracking/Pulling with Handle

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  • Model: H6###1072 Tracking/pulling nylon dog harness

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Multifunctional Nylon Dog Harness for Comfortable Handling

Get ready for the best walking and training with your Pitbull! Meet Nylon Dog Harness - a lightweight and durable dog tool with ergonomic design for comfortable wear and usage. Thoughtfully made, it features a lot of details that will provide a great functionality while a water-proof nylon material and quality craftsmanship ensure a reliable service and a long lifespan of the item.
One of its main advantages is that it is machine washable, so you will not have any problems with its maintenance.

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Lightweight Nylon Dog Harness

Practical and Ergonomic Design Dog Harness for Daily Comfort

Easy-to-use Nylon Harness with Quick Release Buckle

Durable Padded Inside Nylon Harness with Wide Adjustable Straps

 

Key features of this Pitbull Dog Harness:

  • Durable best quality nylon
  • Quick release buckle
  • Ultra light weight
  • 2-way adjustable
  • Wide straps
  • 3 D-rings securely built in
  • Weather-proof
  • Reflective front strap (option)

Intended use of this Pitbull Dog Harness:

  • Obedience training
  • Patrolling/tracking
  • Service and trace work
  • Education/teaching
  • Off leash or leash walks
  • Pulling

Sizes available:

  • Extra-extra small
  • Extra small
  • Small
  • Medium
  • Large

Available colors:

  • Black

How to size your dog for this harness:

XXSmall:

  • around the chest behind the front legs (red color on the picture):
    17-21 inches (43-53 cm)

XSmall:

  • around the chest behind the front legs (red color on the picture):
    21-26 inches (53-67 cm)

Small:

  • around the chest behind the front legs (red color on the picture):
    25-31 inches (62-81 cm)

Medium:

  • around the chest behind the front legs (red color on the picture):
    28-34 inches (70-87 cm)

Large:

  • around the chest behind the front legs (red color on the picture):
    33-45 inches (84-115 cm)

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Weatherproof Nylon Harness Fully Stitched

All Weather Nylon Pitbull Harness for Working Dogs

 

The first feature you and, certainly, your canine will like the most is the comfortable design. The harness fits perfectly any dog, as you can effortlessly adjust its size. It covers a relatively small surface of a dog's body, still the straps are wide enough not to cut into the skin. So, nothing restricts your dog's movements and it is possible for the dog to wear his outfit for a long time and not to feel any discomfort: rubbing, irritation, overheat, etc. The lightweight construction of the tool allows your dog "work" in it for quite a long, thus, the time of walking or tracking can be prolonged.

The material, used for its production, is another benefit. Nylon displays a high level of resistance to molds, rot, abrasion and many chemicals as well. It is a super practical tool, as can be used in any weather and at any territory. It is waterproof, thus easy for cleaning and maintaining. You may use for the purpose a washing machine. Stretch- and tear-proof material duly stitched along the whole surface is not so easy to destroy, even when we talk about such a strong canine as Pitbull.

You, as a handler, will also find the equipment convenient. Due to the special handle, you can control your pet better during training. A quick release buckle, the harness is equipped with, saves your time greatly! This useful option will simplify the process of putting it on and off. It will take you only one click to do it. The harness has a D-ring for leash attachment on the back and two additional rings on the both sides to attach the pulling cargo or sledge. 



Articles about American Pit Bull Terrier

...to start reading this and the other useful article from the beginning please click on here....Neurologic and eye disease
Neurologic symptoms are the most common vaccine reaction seen in dogs. Canine distemper vaccination is the most common cause of neurologic disease, and can cause an inflammation of the brain. Measles vaccine in puppies has been reported to rarely cause damage to the nervous system. Cerebellar disease has been reported in puppies less than 5 weeks of age who were vaccinated with a modified live vaccine. Canine adenovirus-1 is known to cause an allergic uveitis (inflammation of the eye), often called 'blue eye.' Most vaccines now contain canine adenovirus-2 instead of adenovirus-1, almost eliminating the chance of blue eye occurring today.
Discomfort and swelling at the injection site
Pain, swelling, redness, and irritation can occur at the injection site. These effects generally occur within 30 minutes to 1 week of the vaccination. If the signs persist, or are severe, contact your veterinarian. Occasionally, abscesses can form at the injection site. These abscesses are generally not caused by infection, but by the body's over-reaction to the vaccine.
Mild fever, decreased appetite and activity
Mild fever, decreased appetite, and depression may be observed for 1-2 days following vaccination, most commonly when modified live vaccines are used. Generally, no treatment is warranted. Severe illness can occur if vaccines designed for intranasal use are accidentally injected. Severe reactions can also occur if any of a vaccine made for injection accidentally enters an animal's eyes, nose, or mouth.
Respiratory signs after intranasal vaccines
Dogs vaccinated with the intranasal Bordetella and/or parainfluenza vaccine may develop a mild cough, which generally does not require treatment. They may spread the vaccine-form of the virus to other animals through their coughing.
Lameness
Rarely, lameness can result from several different vaccinations. They may develop an immune-mediated arthritis in one or more joints, which is often progressive and relapses commonly occur. Dogs with this immune disorder generally have short life spans due to other complications. Hypertrophic osteodystrophy: some large-breed dogs may develop hypertrophic osteodystrophy following canine distemper vaccinations given between 2 and 5 months of age. They may also develop respiratory signs, enlarged lymph nodes, and diarrhea. The hypertrophic osteodystrophy is treated with glucocorticoids and the signs of the disease usually resolve.
Shedding of vaccine agent
Vaccine virus may be found in the nasal secretions of dogs vaccinated intranasally. In addition, vaccine parvovirus is shed in the feces of vaccinated dogs, canine adenovirus-1 can be shed in the urine, and canine adenovirus-2 can be found in nasal secretions. These viruses are the vaccine forms of the virus; they do NOT revert back to the disease-causing strains.
Birth defects or infections
The vaccination of pregnant animals with a modified live vaccine can result in birth defects or abortions. It is recommended that modified live vaccines NEVER be given to pregnant animals. In addition, vaccinating puppies less than 4-5 weeks of age, can actually result in them becoming infected and developing disease from modified live vaccines....to read the other interesting article please click on here.....

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