How To Put on Harness Lead
*VERY IMPORTANT TO PROPERLY FIT, ACCORDING TO DIRECTIONS.
If the two black sleeve stops are placed TOO FAR FORWARD, the leash will hit into the sensitive armpit area causing choking and chafing.
If the two black sleeve stops are placed TOO FAR BACK, the leash will be ill-fitted which could compress stomach area.
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GOT SNAG? IT'S A QUICK FIX!
Harness Lead is made in a loose weave in order to be soft and comfortable on the dog. Because of the loose weave, it can be prone to snags from a dog's tooth, tree branch, etc...
If we make the leash in a very tight weave so a snag will not occur, it will be rough on the dog's skin.
A snag does not mean the leash in unraveling and it will not affect the very complicated double braided construction.
Over time as the leash ages a bit, snags will no longer occur.
It is a very simple process. Even if you simply just snip the snag, it will be fine and not come apart due to the complicated weave in the leash.
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