Signature Daphneyland Basset Rescue Harness Lead (Purple)
$10.00 of the sale of every Signature Daphneyland Harness Lead goes directly to the dogs of Basset Rescue Network, Inc at Daphneyland.
USE WITH KINDNESS. DO NOT JERK, YANK OR CORRECT YOUR DOG IN HARNESS LEAD. IF DOG CONTINUES TO PULL HARD, THEN LEASH IS NOT WORKING FOR DOG, SO DISCONTINUE USE. WE WILL OFFER REFUND.
Harness Lead is a leash and harness in one that reduces pulling on most and is escape resistant. It is made of double braided polyester and has a strength of 3,000 lbs. Hand crafted in U.S.A.
Small/Medium best for 14 lbs to 40 lbs (2 ft shorter than the M/L)
*can scale down as small as 10 lbs, but functions best on 14 lbs and up
* APPROXIMATELeash length from back to handle:
14 to 20 lb dog is 6 ft; 20 to 30 lb dog 5 ft; 30 to 40 lb dog 4 ft.
*S/M can go up to 100 lb dog but length will be under 4 ft.
*3/8 diameter thickness
Medium/Large best for 40 lbs to 170 lbs (2 ft longer than the S/M)
*M/L will fit smaller 40lbs, but length will be over 6 ft
*APPROXIMATELeash length from back to handle:
40 to 60 lb lb dog is 6 ft; 60 to 90 dog lb 5 ft; 100 to 120 lb dog 4ft; 130 to 170 dog 3 ft.
*7/16 diameter thickness
PLEASE READ PRIOR TO PURCHASE:
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.
There is a video on our HOW TO page on fixing a snag. 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.
Scroll to bottom of "HOW TO USE" PAGE FOR VIDEO
TIP: Once you properly fit Harness Lead to dog and you begin the walk, you will notice the rubber disc will rise in air. This is correct. The RUBBER DISC is there to prevent over loosening. Rubber disc acts as a "floater". Allow the RUBBER DISC to RISE and FALL naturally. Do not continue to push rubber disc down as you walk, this will keep leash tight on dog.