I will try just about any Device that promises to make my life easier with my two bulldogs. Both are Labrador pups with tons of energy. Taking out both for a walk can be a challenge. There’s about 135 pounds on eight legs with two prospects end with one me. There are a couple of items that assist has tried with the management issue as I try to have them trained to walk on a leash. The First bulldog harness I attempted was and had an o-ring on the strap which ran down the back of the bulldog. Though a harness for your bulldog it did nothing to deal with the control issue let any I was dealing with.
The next bulldog harness I tried was made from nylon webbing and is comfortable for the bulldog. There are one on the trunk and two o-rings for the guide; one on the strap on the chest area. With the lead hooked to the chest strap as the bulldog pulls, reaches the end of the leash and has pulled rather than being allowed to continue to pull. This gives the handler an opportunity to stop and get the bulldog’s attention before proceeding. With the lead hooked to the two controls is given to the handler. The harness came. The Last bulldog harness I tried had a bit design on the chest strap. The majority of the other had two straps that come down and below the two legs while this one has. Web link www.porkypaws.com.
The chest straps were created using an apparatus that was martingale that if pressure is applied by the bulldog lunging or pulling the strap tightens on the torso. The guide will pull the bulldog to the side rather than letting them continue to pull breaking the bulldog’s focus. This design is highly effective with my two Labradors and mixing sessions with the harness and routine leash-collar training we are getting a good handle on the pulling. My objective is to have two friends that walk on leashes with no. These devices do help gain control over your bulldog making the walks less stressful and easier for both you and your bulldog.