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Doggy Dan Whistle DVD


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How Does It Work?

Traditional harnesses actually encourage dogs to pull harder because of the “opposition reflex”. That’s the reflex that causes sled dogs to pull against pressure, and strain forward. The Doggy Dan No-Pull Dog Harness’ unique front-chest lead attachment stops pulling by gently steering your dog to the side, causing them to look up to you for guidance.

Better Leash Manners

When dogs pull and are allowed to get where they want to go, we are inadvertently sending a message to them; that they are the leader in the relationship, they are in control, it’s their walk, not yours. And with every walk this unwanted behavior is reinforced.

Dogs are always looking to us to demonstrate leadership so they can relax, de-stress and not be on-guard all the time. We just need to give them the correct signals. Teaching your dog that it’s your walk, not theirs, is a strong message that positively reinforces appropriate walking behavior so that you and your dog can enjoy what should be the best part of your day.

The Doggy Dan No-Pull Dog Harness should be used in conjunction with the Dog Calming Code™ behavioral training to eliminate leash pulling, reactiveness and aggression on the walk.

Sizing Guide

The Doggy Dan No-Pull Harness comes in 3 Sizes:

Small Size:
Nylon Strap width = (⅝”)    1.5cm

Adjustable Length:
CHEST = (14-20″)    35-51cm

Suggested Breeds: Chihuahua, Maltese, Shih Tzu, Yorkshire Terrier, Pomeranian, Jack Russell, Pug, Miniature Schnauzer, West Highland Terrier,

Medium Size:
Nylon Strap width = (¾”)   2cm

Adjustable Length:
CHEST = (20-28″)    51-71cm

Suggested Breeds: Cocker Spaniel, Beagle, Corgi, Japanese Spitz, French Bulldog

Large Size:
Nylon Strap width = (1″)   2.5cm

Adjustable Length:
CHEST = (26-36″)    66-92cm

Suggested Breeds: Standard Poodle, Boxer, Labrador, German Shepherd, Husky

Measuring your dog is the most accurate way to determine harness size. If your dog is between two sizes, choose a size up.

How To Fit The Harness