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4 Ways a Tre Ponti Harness is Just Better For Your Dog

Posted by David Hallum on

I provide this blog post as a public service announcement.  Stop getting the harnesses that affect gait (Front clipping harnesses), rub blisters, pulls fur out, or ones that need a battery.  Also, stop using a collar to walk your dog unless your dog never, ever, ever, pulls.  Recent research indicates that a dog pulling in a collar increases the ocular (eye) pressure.  Here are 4 ways that a Tre Ponti Harness is a lot better for your dog than other harnesses and collars. Tre Ponti Harnesses are ergonomic and do not affect gait of the dog (For example, a front...

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Tre Ponti Dog Harness - Are they as good as everyone says?

Posted by David Hallum on

Why all the buzz about the Tre Ponti Harness? It's simple. Tre Ponti has re-engineered the dog harness. The result is an ergonomic design that makes taking walks easy for you and a pleasure for your dog. Easy Fit — for easier walks. Tre Ponti harnesses are simple and easy to use. The Easy Fit design looks like a boomerang with the center cut out. You place your dog's front legs into this center opening, then simply pull the ends up and fasten them at the dog's back. The result is a smooth band across the chest and another around...

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What's so Great about a Tre Ponti Harness?

Posted by David Hallum on

What's so great about a Tre Ponti Harness?  We get this question a lot. In short, they are top of the line quality providing the most freedom for your dog while giving you the most control. Some Tre Ponti harnesses are specifically designed for no-pulling and help to prevent any dog backing out of the harness. In addition, they don't rub blisters or make matted fur under the armpits. Many other harnesses also rip or damage the fur that they are laying on, but with a Tre Ponti harness, this problem is of the past. No-Pulling - The harness that...

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What is my dog doing when I'm gone?

Posted by David Hallum on

As a dog trainer I get this question a lot.  My answer is always the same "It depends".  It depends on if your dog is experiencing any anxiety with your absence.  Some of you know if your dog is having separation anxiety due to the destruction you see when you get home.  Others see the anxiety on your dog's face when their beard or fur under their chin is soaked with drool.  Some, may not even know that your dog is having separation anxiety!  How can you know 100% certain that they are comfortable when you leave?  The answer is...

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