I don't leave the harnesses on my toys indoors, I use Dexdog on my 8 1/2 pound girl and Pawtitas on my 6 pound boy
Thanks Twyla.I don't leave the harnesses on my toys indoors, I use Dexdog on my 8 1/2 pound girl and Pawtitas on my 6 pound boy
Oooh I've never heard of these! Thank you! Will definitely get one.Maybe add a martingale as a backup for safety (and your peace of mind). Amazon.com
See last 2 pictures in ad. You'll need to find (or fabricate) a smaller one though.
it is that one but it has to be on snug, Pippa is probably starting to go through coat change hence the matting. But when Lenny was closer to Pippa's age he wore a Cetacea harness XXS it was the only one that fit properlyThanks Twyla.
It was a Pawtitas that Pippa got out of! The recycled reflective one. I liked it because it didn't mat her fur at all, and it was really adjustable. I thought it fitted her really well but apparently not. Which one do you use? I think the brand is great as it fits nicely. I'd just like one that stays on her!
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I’ve just looked up Sowinka on Etsy, they look perfect! Thank you so much!Haqihana is what Misha currently wears but I'm pretty sure he could back out if he tried. I've recently ordered a Sowinka Designs harness made specifically to his specifications that has an additional belly strap. I believe it will work better and the harnesses with a belly strap are supposed to be escape proof. They are also the type that shouldn't cause matting so long as it isn't left on all the time.
Ah thank you! She is now clipped quite short, maybe half an inch on her body. I’ll definitely talk to the groomers and see if they can suggest anything, I hadn’t thought of that. Thank you!I feel your pain! I couldn’t stay on top of it with Peggy and we eventually ended up cutting her quite short. I also learned that some brushes—and some techniques—can actually make it worse. In my case, I didn’t realize I was only brushing the surface and actually damaging the hair. Meanwhile the mats were just getting tighter and tighter at the roots.
Ask your groomer for tips, if you’ve not already. Ours has been so helpful.