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...... And I just said that harnesses are easy to slip out of .... especially comfort harnesses.

I had a coupler last evening attached to Eddee and Blu Boy ... safety flashers going ... it was after 9:30pm and dark .... on the road and not the woods ... having a jolly old time .... and all of a sudden Eddee bolted and pulled the harness right off of Blu Boy! Scared me silly! Good thing Blu Boy listens to "stay" extremely well!

Back to the drawing board for us! I guess it is time for "H" Harnesses all the way around! Whew! .......

Any suggestions when using a coupler?
 

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Thanks shell - I will have to check those harnesses and double ended snaps out for sure. I ended up attaching the coupler to Blu Boy's collar like a lead and using the actual lead on Eddee. We were a bit from home too. I do not like using a lead and a collar on them because they are so small ... I worry about their throats.
 

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Thank you! The Webmaster harness is really not that expensive when you think about all the different ones you try first ... it adds up to just as much monetarily than if you just buy a good one right from the beginning! Lol! ... in case anyone else is pondering on what harness to purchase ... a good harness. :D .... Not to mention the possibility of your dog being injured or worse!
 

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I found some on ebay for $49 and free shipping. :) I will keep looking for deals first! ...
 
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