Are collars bad for dogs?
The area around a dogs throat is one of the most vulnerable and overlooked parts of its body. When tightened and pulled, collars twist the neck in an uncomfortable way, and they apply pressure to the windpipe and blood vessels, causing severe discomfort
- Collapsed Trachea
- Thyroid disorders
- Negative effects on lymph system, blood flow and neural pathways
- Eye problems caused by Intraocular
Are harness bad for dog's shoulders?
What is a Y shaped harness?
As you might imagine, the Y shaped harness originally gets its name from the shape which looks like the letter Y.
Our padded Y shaped harnesses have 2 anti corrosion D rings on the dogs chest and back, if your dog pulls you can attach our double ended lead to the chest and back ring to control your dog. This also enables no stress on your dog's neck.
Our harness is designed to evenly distribute their force when pulling or lunging. Our safety features include nylon webbing for durability, and a reflective material to ensure good visibility for dark winter nights.
Most harnesses are not designed to stay on your dog all day. Some are, but we would always suggest that you check your dog regularly for any rubs.
All "My Anxious Dogs" harnesses are tested and padded to make sure they do not rub with fleece material around the straps.
Make sure that you keep your harness clean so that it does not cause any sores to your dog’s skin. All "My Anxious Dog" products are washable.