The Adorable Sugar
Sporn Non Pull Mesh Harness Review
I've walked dogs with harnesses on occasion before. For example, my daughter-in-law used a harness for her small dog. I don't know why, but I had a mental block with that particular harness and had trouble getting it on and off the dog. It was very frustrating to me and furthered my belief that dog harnesses are unnecessary. But I don't have that problem with the Sporn harness at all. For some reason - perhaps the fleece covered straps - it is extremely easy to put on and take off the dog. The harness slips right on and the cord pulls tight to secure it.
|Sporn Harness by Yuppie Puppy|
It seems very well made and very comfortable for the dog. Two or three times Sugar suddenly decided she didn't like being attached to me and she fought against the harness very briefly. It stayed put and I was immediately relieved that she was not going to slip out and run away.
Why Use a Dog Harness?
I have never been a fan of the dog harness. But now I see the benefit of using a harness. Especially with dogs like Willy (Treeing Feist) and Sugar (Rat Terrier). With Feists, my concern has always been that their heads are very small. That makes backing out of a collar or slipping out and running away very easy. I have used "choker chains" in the past, but they definitely aren't my preference.
I currently use a PetSafe webbed collar that pulls tight on Willy without being a choker. It works very well for him most of the time. It tightens when he pulls so there's no chance of him slipping out of if if he were to fight against the collar. And when he's not pulling, it hangs loosely. It has been an extremely good collar for him.
|PetSafe Premiere Quick Snap Collar|
I'll leave it to the experts to demonstrate the Sporn Harness. If you have a dog that pulls, or want an easy and reliable harness, check out what Yuppie Puppy has to offer.