Gift Guide for the Dog Owner Who Runs
Posted by Brooke Spater on 3rd November 2017
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K9 Running Belt: Equipped with two sliding leash clips for hands-free convenience. Also has a zippered pouch with a small portal for poop bag or headphone access, and a water bottle for hydration on the go.
Springback Leash: Lightweight leash built for running weighs just over 3oz. Internal bungee eases pulling and extends leash by six inches.
Go-Tech Harness: Breathable, lightweight active dog harness with V-neck and padded chest plate.
Quantum Leash: Versatile and award-winning leash that converts into 6 different styles and lengths.
Gourd Water Bottle: Holds 24 ounces of liquid. Detachable bowl hold 8 ounces for your pup.
Journey Harness: Active harness built for walking, hiking, running and beyond.
Trying to decide which is better for your dog—a collar or a harness? The short answer is: You may need both. It really depends on the size and temperament of your dog and what it takes to maintain safe control of him.
A dog barking in the backseat of the car can be a real nuisance—and even a hazard—for human drivers. But for dogs, barking is a way of communicating. In order to put the kibosh on all that annoying barking, we first need to understand why our furry companion is barking to begin with.