BON CHEW,

I was shopping with the mama and look what we bought… I mean apart from chewing bones, treats, collars (I have  87 now! YAY)and darnedeggsuperabundantshitnooneneedsandwhatlaysaroundeverywhere…

it’s the KUMFI stop pull harness by George Grayson…. you can buy it here for smooth 17.50 pounds in size L

…or you can buy it  in the junk store of the mama… butt anyway, back to da wonder-harness…

…. after the mama read the instruction booklet she tried to find out how I have to wear that harness…

…and after 87 hours the weimaraner was in da harness…. a happy camper looks different right?

…the trick is this double ring what’s on my back… it’s made like a kind of horse tack and that is probably the way it works…

…in case of pulling the harness works like a brake…. butt the mama disliked the padded parts under my armpits, even when they are fluffy and soft they work like a tripwire somehow…and that’s not comfy for the draught animal… aka the weimaraner…

… so we give that harness  2 paws, for the price and for the fun to find out how we have to wear it… we will look for another one now  butt the mama said normally the hellion (WHO’S DAT?) has to learn to walk properly at heel even without special equipment and without wild billy goat leaps out of the blue what scares da youknowwhat out of her… I think I’m with the mama… for this time… butt  only as long as we use the moneeh for the new harness for collar n°88  or for darnedsuperabundantshitnooneneedsandwhatlaysaroundeverywhere….

HAVE A TROUBLEFREE TUESDAY ALL

 

 

About easyweimaraner

Weimaraner /Braque de Weimar, born in 2009, male & fabulous From: Britanny / France Likes: Plushtoy-Shredding, Spikebones,long distance Walks, everyday a Gift, Chicken, Shoes, Underwear, my squeekie Pig & my whole Life Dislikes: Water, Cats, Beaf, Cats, cleaning my Ears, Cats, the Vet, Cats, Snow & CATS! Profession: Student of psychological War-technics & Terrorism, after my Masterdegree i become to rule the world or maybe to be the owner of toys r us. actually i'm not sure... Status: Single Pets: Hell, NO! i prefer a petfree home. but owner of two slaves for my comfy Misc.: Greencardowner for Masterbed, Master of Beggin, Prince of Thiefs We decided to leave Easy's datas as they were... although we lost him in november 2016, he is still with us.... and his little brothers Phenny and Nelly promised to write on not as Easy the weim, but as easy Weimaraner... About us: Mr. Phoenix, born 9/9/2016 a virgo and always clever&smart...Neilson, born 7/28/2017 a leo who thinks he is clever&smart...

45 responses »

  1. But pullin are part of da fun!

  2. We found the best ever ‘no pull’ harnesses — our Cocker Spaniels had pulled our arms off for 10 years. If you’d like to know the make, just holler!

  3. Well that trashure store has stuff that’s hard for your Mama to resist but this looks like something more like a torture device to me. You are one powerful boy so how about forgetting the no pull harness and getting a nice CART for you to pull behind you she can sit in and you can give your Mom a ride around the park instead of you dragging her along on a harness????? WHEEEEEEE!!!!!

    Hugs, Teddy

  4. The price was right, but the harness was wrong. Mom didn’t bother with a no-pull harness. She straight-up took me to no-pull dog obedience school for 10 weeks. Luckily, they have treats there…

    Love and licks,
    Cupcake

  5. bichonpawz says:

    I don’t think we would have liked that harness either!! But we sure do have some of that abundantshitthatlaysaroundeverywhere! That problem exists here too!

  6. Emmadog says:

    My sisters are like wild stallions on their walks much of the time. Mom doesn’t like heel, she says it is boring for everyone. They wear their harnesses and pull like sled dogs. Once they get older, they will settle down like I did.

  7. Goose says:

    I use t wear a harness. It was OK, I guess. But I like to wear just my collar, even if it’s my training collar. I know when I have my training collar on that I can not pull or tug. So every time I wear the training collar I do not pull. I still pull sometimes when I wear my normal collar, but Hey I have to keep my momma on her toes.
    Blessings,
    Buddy

  8. Brian says:

    It does sound like you both got some exercise while trying to put that thing on Phenny!

  9. Piglove says:

    Oh brother – that harness looks like something from 50 Shades of Grey. Maybe its really for your humans? Snorts and rolls with piggy laughter. XOXO – Bacon

  10. Figuring out how to put the darn thing on is usually the hardest part!

  11. That looks like an implement from the dungeon of Marquis de Sade. If you squint enough, that picture of George Grayson kinda looks like him…

  12. Jessie has a harness similar to that, though it’s not so fluffy padded and the rings at the back aren’t as big. But she likes it and says it’s comfy.

  13. Madi and Mom says:

    Oh my cats after reading about the over the shoulder and under the tummy Weimie holder we know why some dogs wear them all the time.
    Hugs madi your bfff

  14. Kismet says:

    The harness is for the mama not the weim.

  15. Hari OM
    As much as you made us giggle with this, DP, it most very impawtant that you have a comfy ‘bra’… that’s what I called angel Jade’s chest harness, which she LOVED; she learned to wait for the words ‘where is your bra?’ as the signal for going out!!! The link I give below is the very closest I could find to the one she had (it’s 20 years since I bought it remember!), which was designed just slip over the head, bring up under chest and clip closed at back. Easy-peasy – and extra safe when travelling in the car too!!! I see you have ordered another already, but keep this link handy just in case. I can tell you that Jade responded really well to walking once I had that thing and it is the best way to control a large and strong and very active pupster!!! Hugs and wags, YAM-aunty xxx (your OoWaC officer &*>)
    https://www.amazon.co.uk/Pawaboo-Safety-Harness-Adjustable-Travel/dp/B01MU1Q5J3/ref=sr_1_129?ie=UTF8&qid=1520348633&sr=8-129&keywords=no%2Bpull%2Bharness&th=1

  16. Dolly the Doxie says:

    Looks like a nice harness Phenny but when your mom walks you she’ll find it hard to control you with it, mostly because dogs pull with their chest and this may not help with that. Your best bet is a harness that the leash hooks in the front. I’ve seen it work pretty well with big dogs. But the best way is with a prong collar like we use, and love, but most people are against those. Good luck! Love Dolly

  17. Amy says:

    Top Paw Padded Front Walking Harness is what our strong, 56 pound bully, Lucy has. The leash hooks in the front. She never pulls when it is on her. The idea is that it pushes against her, like a hand trying to stop her, whereas when the leash is hooked on the top, the dog gets the urge to pull (think dog pulling sled). It says it is used in training, so maybe that’s what you are looking for.

  18. NylabluesMum says:

    Good greef Phenney that harness iss fur a Drafy Horse not a Weimyrunner like you….Mumma Mary-Ellen gotted mee a smaller version which went on an quiklee came off an back to thee store 😉
    Mew mew mew…..
    **Hi-5’sss** Siddhartha Henry xXXx

  19. We here are thinking the fact that the harness manufacturers could not even spell ‘comfy’ should have been a warning sign….

  20. Hee hee, we have every kind of “no-pull” harness. Challenge accepted, we can still pull like Clydesdales!🐎Wyatt and Tegan

  21. Wonderful post Phenny. Now this harness means business! No slippage or breakage. You can always try though. Just sayin’

    Shoko

  22. The OP Pack says:

    Mom tried a similar no pull harness with Timber and it didn’t work at all. It’s all in the fit and the fit was not good. We still use the Gentle Leader. We do pretty well walking but Mom says it gives her a bit more control when those times come up when we go crazy:)

    Woos – Lightning, Misty, and Timber

  23. Great review ! It’s hard to find a good harness, isn’t it ? Purrs

  24. Jan K says:

    Well, it was a good try! Nothing says fun like trying to figure out how to get a new harness on. We know from lots of experience with lots of harnesses! I’d say we went through about 87 million with our beagle Kobi who was an expert puller (and I remember one that looked quite similar to that one!). You know what finally slowed him down? Old age. Just saying. 🙂

  25. Sounds a bit uncomfortable, Phenny. I hope the Mama will find something that works and feels better so you don’t do that jumping stuff that scares the stuffing out of her.

    janet

  26. Bella, Roxy and Dui says:

    Dui needs a new harness….one that attaches to the top. But he also needs one that is VERY easy to put on. We think we might give that one a miss.

  27. tell Mama to contact Will (from Will, Penny and Zero) and see what kind he recommends, I bet he would have a good suggestion! xoxo

  28. Marsha Gay says:

    why do you need a no pull harness when the humans pull? We have heard the ones that have the hook in front on your chest work the best but don’t tell your parents. It is our secret.

  29. lapaylor says:

    well if you find an answer for pulling no more, let me know. Milo has yanked me to my limit.

  30. We’re big fans of no-pull harnesses. Rather I am. The dogs…not so much. 😊

  31. dorysbackyard says:

    We all wear harnesses, but not the no pull kind…I’m pretty sure(according to Mama) they are the “pull as hard as you want” kind!
    xoxo,
    Jakey, Arty & Rosy

  32. Idaho PugRanch says:

    We have heard about the ones that hook on the front too. Hope your peeps can find something that works!
    hugs
    Hazel & Mabel

  33. We have harnesses for walking too but it doesn’t make Walter walk straight either.

  34. I’ve gotten a bunch of these for Oreo and none have worked. I asked Animal Couriers for their best one!

  35. Well that sucks you don’t want rubbed armpits, you have dog shows to do!

  36. Christine says:

    I love my Thunder lead, it has a phlange you slide the lead through and works great for pulling

  37. MJF Used a gentle leader nose harness with the best success of all the antipull devices I tried…(Lots of them!). Dalton came with a mesh harness, top clipped for leash, but it didn’t stop pulling at all. Now he has a small nylon antipull harness with a front clip, works pretty good, but he is a squirmer and wriggles the straps all askew. So…I will save up my spare cash(??!) and save for a better one. Maybe this one:

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