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I looked into a leather harness for Zoey before we decided on getting the Ruffwear, but I wanted a leather harness with quick release clips and every harness I looked at were standard buckles. I like that the one you posted comes with strap covers too as I always worry leather harnesses will rub, especially as Zoey is a baldy dog :p
 

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That is a very unique harness. I have never used no-pull harnesses before because we never needed it, but I wonder how well they work.
 

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That is a very unique harness. I have never used no-pull harnesses before because we never needed it, but I wonder how well they work.
From experience, tools don't make much of a difference. An untrained dog that is a puller is still going to pull no matter if it's wearing a flat collar, martingale, choker, prong, head halter, front-clip harness, or regular step-in harness. At the other end, a dog that is trained well will walk well no matter what they're wearing.

That is a gorgeous harness though, oh my.
 

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From experience, tools don't make much of a difference. An untrained dog that is a puller is still going to pull no matter if it's wearing a flat collar, martingale, choker, prong, head halter, front-clip harness, or regular step-in harness. At the other end, a dog that is trained well will walk well no matter what they're wearing.

That is a gorgeous harness though, oh my.
You are totally right (on both accounts!).
 
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