Blueberry Pet Step-in Harnesses 3M Reflective No Pull Neoprene Padded Dog Harness

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Blueberry Pet Step-in Harnesses 3M Reflective No Pull Neoprene Padded Dog Harness

Review from Jeannie’s product reviews

My daughter’s dogs were the testers for these collars. Roxie is a very enthusiastic and boisterous two year old Lab x Pomeranian. Walks are a bit of a nightmare with her. She loves them but she’s a dominant dog convinced she’s in charge, and that means being in the lead all the while…so far slip chains etc haven’t helped, but this harness was a revelation. Whether its just that the chest pressure confuses her or makes it hard to pull I don’t know but with a small tug she’s back walking at the side. Now if we could just get a handle on the yappy barking too that she does to so many people ……

 

Its made of a soft polyester webbing and nicely padded. The inner is a black fabric, and its fully washable. It feels as though it will dry very quickly, useful if caught out in the rain when the smell of wet dog can last in a slow to dry collar such as the cotton or leather types. The fit is very adjustable and Roxy has the medium size, at the smaller end of adjustment. ( Flash, the larger dog in the video, a Lab x Spaniel,  has the medium collar in blue, and that’s on the larger side of adjustment but still has more room) These collars and harness to cover a wide range of sizes.

 

What we liked:

-The reflective addition; walking dogs in winter months, early mornings or evenings, or days when its rainy and just a dull gloom means anything to make them stand out to traffic is excellent, and the reflective parts on this work really well. I will be adding some night photos to this review soon to show just how vivid the harness is, and how well that reflection works at catching the tiniest flicker of light.

-The effectiveness of the harness, for whatever reason it really works well with Roxy at preventing her from constantly pulling, which is uncomfortable for both her and whoever is on the end of the lead.

-The fit covers a wide range of sizes, and doesn’t rub or pull coat hair. Both dogs have short hair but I feel this would be just as good for a long hair dog. They’ve both taken to wearing them comfortably, no rubbing trying to remove it which is excellent as Roxy has been wearing it all the while, as with a conventional collar and its been fine.

-The clips to connect are eco-friendly plastic, but strong and very simple to clip together. For people like myself with hand/finger issues for whom buckles present problems this type of clip is perfect.

– I like that the name tag attachment is separate from the lead clip, too often they’re a combined function and the name tag gets caught/damaged when clipping the lead on.

-The metal rings for the lead on this are in the centre back of the dog, so easy to attach.

– Washable, so when they roll in the fox poo – every time they visit me it seems….its quick to wash it off and  dry the collars.

– Even if your dogs don’t do things like that – and most dogs can find something smelly to roll in- collars still pick up grease from coats and dirt from everyday wear but a quick wash and these look great again.

– Its an attractive collar with plastic adjustment sliders that match the colour of the fabric. In daytime the reflectors are a subtle grey colour.

Product supplied for review purposes.

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About jeanniezelos

I'm an avid reader, love my kindle and I have my head in a novel for hours daily : ) Mum used to say I'd read toilet paper if it was printed- it wasn't, so i had to contend myself with the back and sides of the cereal packets. I've always Needed to read and we had few books when i was a child hence my penchant for reading anything including adverts then... I review mainly contemporary, erotic and paranormal romance books though dystopian and urban fantasy also appeal. I'm currently rated around the 300 mark on amazon.co.uk for my reviews. I try to keep them structured and to say what I do and don't like about a book so other readers can use my review as a guide to whether they may enjoy the book.

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