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The Ancol Happy at Heel Dog Training Harness is a training aid that’s comfortable for your pet dog and easy for the handler to use. The harness is designed to go round your dog’s body and the lead attaches across the front of the chest. If your dog pulls or lunges, the harness with lead guides the dog to turn around and look at you. So, it immediately stops pulling. This harness is a good choice for use during the early stages of dog training. Made from nylon, this harness is strong and withstands rigorous use. The underside of the harness has a fleece lining, which is soft against the dog’s fur.
This training harness is available in four sizes.Specifications
Ancol is a leader in the industry for more than four decades, supplying a complete range of pet products for dogs, cats and other small animals. From collars, leads and harnesses to grooming tools, beds and toys, the brand has everything you need for your pets. The brand has embraced the idea of developing new products using recycled materials to do its bit for the environment.