Friday, September 23, 2016

Easy Walk Harness Makes It Easy To Walk Your Dog

PetSafe Easy Walk Harness in package
Barking from the Bayou, LLC received a PetSmart Easy Walk Harness in exchange for an honest review. We only share content we feel would benefit our readers and that we use ourselves. PetSafe is not responsible for the contents of this article.
   Taking Bentley and Pierre for a walk is one of the highlights of our day. They enjoy getting out of the house and exploring while we enjoy spending quality time with our best friends. The problem is that Pierre tends to enjoy his walks a little too much. Bentley can’t wait to sniff everything that we pass on our journey so it is usually me pulling him but not Pierre. He is a spitfire on the end of a leash. This leads to a lot of pulling to get us to go where he wants to go as fast as possible. That is why I was so excited to talk with the PetSafe® representatives at this year’s BlogPaws™ conference. They had the EasyWalk® Harness on display so I asked a ton of questions.
Pierre Westie walking with PetSafe Easy Walk Harness
   They offered us our very own PetSafe Easy Walk harness. We were beyond ecstatic! These harnesses come in a variety of colors including a reflective style and are available in 8 sizes. It’s made of a soft nylon and has 4 adjustment points for maximum comfort. Your dog will notice the difference.
Pierre Westie modeling his new PetSafe Easy Walk Harness
   Have you ever had your dog gag or choke with a regular collar or top connecting harness? It is not just scary; it is dangerous for your pet. According to this article by Dr. Peter Dobias, “one ‘jerk’ can cause a lot of damage.” You will find the article to be an eye-opener. This just reinforces the idea of the Easy Walk harness. When your dog pulls, they will feel a slight tightening across the chest and shoulder blade. This helps keep them on the straight and narrow path.    
Fabulous Features
       Quick-snap buckles on shoulder and belly straps for easy on & off
       4 adjustment points for maximum comfort and reliable fit
       Martingale loop in chest piece prevents twisting
        Comfortable and easy to fit
Pierre Westie walking with meme "Make your next walk an Easy Walk by PetSafe"
   So, how did Pierre do with his new Easy Walk harnesses? I can sum up our walking experience in one word…WOW! It was better than I expected. Instead of constantly pulling to get ahead, Pierre walked nicely beside me. The instructions provided will help you introduce and train your dog to enjoy their new harness. So, make your next walk an Easy Walk by PetSafe. 
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17 comments :

  1. We use harnesses too. Momma says Finley used to make awful duck noises from "sled-doggin" when she walked wifout one.

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  2. Bailie is the "sled dog" at our house, but with age, she is getting much better. There are some good no pull harnesses out there.

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  3. Hi Y'all

    So glad Pierre likes his harness.

    Y'all come on by
    Hawk aka BrownDog

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  4. We are serious pullers and the Easy Walk did not work for us. Bummer.

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  5. Our mom said we have to learn to NOT pull. Mom says I do good 75 percent of the time.

    Your Pals,

    Murphy & Stanley

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  6. We're glad Pierre enjoys his walk with that wonderful harness. Purrs

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  7. I tried some front clip harnesses, including this one, but didn't care for them. Something in the way my dogs walk just caused a lot of jerking which was annoying. I had to just work on training with them instead, and with the girls getting older they have at least slowed down some.
    Cricket used to be just like Pierre, so I know what you're dealing with, and I'm glad this is working for you!
    Jan, Wag 'n Woof Pets

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  8. We have wondered about these harnesses. We use a harness when we are out for walks but have not tried this kind
    hugs
    Mr Bailey, Hazel & Mabel

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  9. I use a harness on Sam. When I first got it, I thought I was weaving cornrows but then I finally figured it out and it makes life so much easier that keeping my shoulder in a permanent sling. 😊

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  10. Buddy and Merci have calmed down a lot as they've aged. Nothing deters Marcus's energy. She bought him a Halti harness and HATES it!

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  11. I am SO glads it worked for you Pierre! Apparently, peeps don't likes their arms pulled out of their sockets! BOL!!! This harness actually made me pull MORE! Can you believes it??! Ma couldn't believes it either, butts her arm was sore for two days after trying this harness. She found another kind of harness called a Slip Harness that she has to get from Australlia! It's the only thing that works for me. Never a dull moment with MOI ! hehehe
    Kisses,
    Ruby ♥

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  12. With a Husky in the house, We'd be in big trouble without our Easywalk harness! This is one of our most valuable possessions!
    Love & biscuits,
    Dogs Luv Us and We Luv Them

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  13. I tried a harness on Sherman once and he refused to walk which is weird because he walks just fine with the backpack on!

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  14. Tallulah walks with the Gentle Leader by PetSafe. Mommy says it's a miracle. We tried a harness, but found that controlling Miss Tallulah Bee's head is the key to happiness. We may have to try this version of the harness. People always think Tallulah's wearing a muzzle with Gentle Leader. The other day a lady asked, "Is she a bad dog." Mommy replied, "Oh, she can be a very bad girl, but she's not dangerous!" ;-) And then, as she does at least once a week, she explained the concept of the Gentle Leader. :-)

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  15. wonder if they'll ever offer something for kitties ...?

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