​​Welcome to the Best Products for your pets​​


2018

Welcome to the 'How to Fit' and 'How to Use' the products  ​​

   The most important thing to remember about fitting the harness is the adjustments must be matching each side of the harness...then you have a 'Balanced Harness'.  A balance offers comfort and freedom of movement for your pet.
   The How to Fit pictures shows a movement of a patterned to fitting the harness on your pet.
   The How to Use pictures shows fingers and hand placement on the leash.  The pictures of hand and wrist movement show how to squeeze fingers on the leash.  Also with movement fingers, your wrist action of quick back and forth movement cause the action of the pressure on your pet from the harness for control.  Always use your verbal commands at the same time you use your hand and fingers on the leash. 
   The Auto Safety leads help save your life as well as your pet in an accident.  When a pet is loose in an auto and something happens to frighten the pet...they scramble to get to you for safety and then you are distracted which leads to danger!  I myself learned the lesson the hard way. I am very supportive of new state laws that are now requiring for your pet to be secured in your auto, just like your child.

Balance Harness

​Balance each side of body straps from either the tri-glides or from where body strap is attach to belly strap to end of buckles. Both need to be same length
Both pictures show matching length for the shoulder straps.  I start with all three straps, both shoulder straps, and belly strap is the same length.  Then do your readjustment as needed while fitting the harness on the pet.
​The leash attaches to the No Pull strap on the harness.  The rounded side of No Pull strap faces the top back strap of the harness that is attached to the shoulder straps..

Dog Fitting Pictures

  All harness fitting starts with the body strap around the rib cage.  Check to see how much adjustment is needed on the body strap; make sure they are matching in length. 
  The next step is to make the adjustment on the shoulder strap, also make sure to match the adjustments on each of the shoulder straps.  Take the shoulder strap over the head of pet and check to see if the 'D' ring rest on the point of the chest. 
  Once you close the buckles on each side, take your fingers and pull the body staps on both sides of the body back towards the tail.  This brings in the shoulder and belly straps into the chest.  Look at the belly strap length; make sure the body strap that is sewn into the belly strap does not go beyond the end of the sternum. 
  The last picture shows how the body strap is a straight line.
  The cat fitting pictures have some other views of fitting and adjustments for the harness.e cat fitting pictures have some other views of fitting and adjustments for the harness.


Cat - Ocelot - Serval Fitting Pictures

​   All harness fitting starts with the body strap around the rib cage.  Check to see how much adjustment is needed on the body strap; make sure they are matching in length. 
  The next step is to make the adjustment on the shoulder strap, also make sure to match the adjustments on each of the shoulder straps.  Take the shoulder strap over the head of pet and check to see if the 'D' ring rest on the point of the chest. 
  Once you close the buckles on each side, take your fingers and pull the body staps on both sides of the body back towards the tail.  This brings in the shoulder and belly straps into the chest.  Look at the belly strap length; make sure the body strap that is sewn into the belly strap does not go beyond the end of the sternum. 
  The last picture shows how the body strap is a straight line.

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 Finger Placement on Leash Loop


   Take the index finger from either hand insert to the loop of the second handle.  The other three fingers lay down on the top the loop of the handle.  The thumb is pressed against the back part of the loop handle on the leash.

Leash Placement in Hand


   This group of pictures shows how the fingers are wrap around the leash.  See how the hand is position is on the side of the owner.  The is not in a tight fist, but the hand is in a relaxed position until you feel pressure from the pet pulling on the leash.  Then you will squeeze and release while working your wrist in back and forth, with your verbal command.
   Look at the pictures below to some other pictures of how I use my hands on the leash.

Hand & Fingers use on Leash 



How to Use Auto Safety Attachment



   The Truck / SUV Safety Lead shows the attachment in the back of an SUV and in the truck bed.
   Attaching the Safety Lead to the Harness connect the snap through both the 'D' ring on the back of the harness and the 'O' ring attached to body straps.  The 2 rings must be attached together by the snap on lead, this takes away the no pull action of the harness.  It is a safety for the pet.