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Published on May 17, 2016
Julius-K9® Made in EU
Why is a harness a better choice than a collar? The IDC® powerharness is guaranteed to prevent harmful pressure on your dog’s neck. Thanks to a major development of the IDC® Powerharness the chest strap forwards the power lines of the leash with almost no breakage.
GENERAL INFORMATION ABOUT IDC® AND K9® HARNESSES
PROPER SIZING OF HARNESSES Proper sizing is important for choosing the right size dog harness. The girth of the dog is measured behind the front legs, approx. four fingers away from them, where the belly strap would be.
WHEN ADJUSTING THE STRAPS, TWO THINGS SHOULD BE KEPT IN MIND: The belly strap is adjusted properly if you can slide your fingers under the harness on the back of the dog. The chest strap should be adjusted in such a way that you can fit four fingers comfortably between the front legs of the dog and the belly strap (for sizes Baby1 and Baby2 it is enough to leave a two-finger distance).
ATTACHING THE DOG HARNESS When attaching the dog harness, special care must be given to the proper adjustment of the chest strap and the belly strap. If the straps are left too loose, the dog can even wriggle backwards out of it. While a belly strap that is adjusted too tight is “only” extremely uncomfortable for the dog, the buckle of a chest strap that is adjusted too tight is under the armpits of the dog, and painfully rubs the skin.
WHAT IS THE SOLUTION WHEN YOUR DOG TRY TO ESCAPE FROM THE HARNESS? If the dog is going backwards and tries to pull himself out of the harness or the collar, or tries to pull his head out, never pull on the leash. The choice of the proper size of the harness is inevitable for a safe and comfortable use.
Attention! In case of incorrect size choice and/or incorrect adjustment and/or incorrect leash/lead usage, the dog is able to escape from the harness or collar. For possible consequences Julius-K9 cannot assume any responsibility.
INCORRECT SIZE CHOICE Incorrect size choice could cause injuries. An example, the chest strap may put pressure on the dog's neck instead of distributing it on the chest area. When the harness fits properly the dog has enough free space on the shoulder area, and able to move its legs freely.
IT IS PROHIBITED TO LEAVE AN ANIMAL ALONE WHILE TIED UP!
SHOULD BE STORED IN A DRY PLACE AND AWAY FROM DIRECT SUNLIGHT.