How to Apply a Dog Harness?

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The best way to apply a dog harness is by following the directions that come with the harness. Usually, you will apply the mouth piece first, and then strap the back.
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How to Apply a Dog Harness
Applying a dog harness to your pet depends on the style of harness, but it generally will snap on behind the legs or over the chest. Find out how to securely fasten a dog harness with helpful tips from an experienced dog trainer in this free video on... More »
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