Lightweight Nylon Harness with Control Handle
Today we would like to offer you a universal dog equipment, which will be useful for any business you and your Pitbull are going to get down. This Nylon Dog Harness is a practical and convenient to use supply, which was produced to become your favourite training and walking equipment. Thoughtfully designed, it is perfect in all respects. Practical waterproof nylon ensures the durability, light weight and simplicity to clean. Adjustable straps "answer for" a perfect fit while a reliable quick release buckle will be helpful during an active training process when you have no spare moment. Due to the soft padding and comfortable design your dog will be fully concentrated on his task without being distracted by any inconveniences.
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Multipurpose Pitbull Harness for Daily Comfort
Extra Strong Pulling Nylon Harness Padded Inside
Key features of this Pitbull Dog
- Durable best quality nylon
- Quick release buckle
- Ultra light weight
- 2-way adjustable
- Wide straps
- 3 D-rings securely built in
- Reflective front strap (option)
Intended use of this Pitbull Dog
- Obedience training
- Service and trace work
- Off leash or leash walks
- Extra-extra small
- Extra small
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All Weather Nylon Pitbull Harness with Control Handle
You will not lose if you get this harness. Professional trainers of working dogs highly appreciate this model for the practicalness and strength it possesses. This harness is made of nylon. Such choice is not a mere coincidence - nylon is very strong and stretch- and tear-proof material. Fully stitched, the gear will serve for years and it will not lose its shape, color or functionality. Besides, nylon is lightweight, thus, your pet will feel as if nothing is put on him. Comfort during wearing is also added due to the soft padding on the back chest. There are wide enough straps, which are easy to adjust to make the harness fit your doggie the best.
The functional side of the tool is also great. A quick release buckle saves your time on putting the gear on and taking it off. Just one move and your dog is ready for the training or is released out of his outfit. The item is equipped with 2 side D-rings that allows using this harness as pulling one. It has an easy to grab handle, which is also very convenient for the dog handler. It allows you to control your dog easily and with comfort.
Identify your dog with ID patches provided by our webstore (a pair of identification patches is enclosed in the purchase). This harness has high-quality Velcros on both sides - they will serve long for sure! You can choose the patches from the following list:
- In Training
- Search & Rescue
- Service Dog
Please be advised that we do not produce patches with your dog’s name or anything out of this list but we can send you blank patches where you can print anything you desire.
Articles about American Pit Bull Terrier
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Blue Pauls threw many colored offspring, mostly blues
and brindles. Occasionally a red appeared which was called a "Red
Smut" because of lack of clarity in the color. This type was never
numerous and few references to it can be found though data are
available that document its existence. The rare variety is mentioned
to aid researchers who may come across the name in some obscure
These solid blue or solid red Scottish gladiators resembled the
fighting Staffordshires of England but could weigh twice as much.
The blue dogs were known in Scotland as Blue Pauls, and the reds as
Red Smuts. The name Blue Paul derives from a Scottish yarn about the
pirate Paul Jones who reportedly brought the dogs from abroad to the
district of Kirkintilloch. The dogs were popular with he gypsies of
that district who maintained that the dogs originally came from the
Galloway coast, lending more color than blue to the Paul Jones tale.
Like the bull-and-terrier breeds from which they derived, the Blue
Pauls were game to the death in the ring. These dogs remained mute
even at the height of battle, very much like the Tosa of Japan. In
appearance, the Blue Paul was similar in appearance to the
Bullmastiff of the late 1800s. The dog was a smooth coated cobby dog
weighing about 45 lbs (20.5 kg), standing 20 inches (51 cm) at the
shoulder. The head was large, the muzzle short and square. The jaws
and lips were even, without overhanging flews. The stop was slight:
eyes, dark hazel. The ears, set on high, were invariably cropped.
The face was wrinkleless but the eyebrows were contracted or knit.
There is a report that the last Blue Paul exhibited was shown in the
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