This is a short little blog highlighting the features of the Non-stop Line Harness which was re-designed from the Non-stop Line harness and released at the beginning of 2014 as the Non-stop Half Harness and has been recently updated again in 2019 back to the Line Harness, but with a whole range of new features.
The Non-stop Line harness is one of the best short ‘shoulder’ harnesses on the market and has the traditional diamond neck shape which is designed to keep the backwards pull out of your dogs’ throat and onto the shoulder area, without restricting the dogs’ shoulder movement in any way. The harness sits just behind the dogs’ shoulder joint but has an extended section underneath which means the harness sits further behind the front legs of the dog than most other shoulder harnesses available.
The Line harness has wide, padded, waterproof material and webbing straps which spread the pull and prevent rubbing, even in thin coated dogs. As with most harnesses, the neck is a fixed size and should fit snugly with a few fingers gap, not too loose.
The Line harness has two clips on adjustable webbing straps which attach on the top of your dogs’ back and make putting this harness on and taking it off, very easy, even for wriggly dogs. It is also easy to tighten it up to stop dogs backing out of it and doesn’t slip to the side if your dog does drop back to run beside you.
One of the change in features of this harness from the previous harness, is that the ring to attach your line clip to, is now on top of a padded strap over the back. This means that a metal clip which may normally have bounced on the dogs’ back if the line becomes slack, doesn’t cause any issues for your dog. It also has reflective piping all over the harness, enabling you to see your dog in torch light in the dark, winter months
I recommend this harness to owners who are unsure if their dog is going to pull out front or who already know their dog drops back by their side sometimes when running. The Line harness is great for these dogs because it allows them to pull freely when they do want to run but won’t flap about like a long harness might if they drop back. It is also a good harness for dogs who run strongly but do not like the feel of a long harness by their tail or who may have a medical reason for favouring a shorter harness (i.e. a hip problem where it is better to keep any pressure away from the rear end of the dog). It can be used for most dog sports including canicross, bikejoring and just walking.
Finally, the Non-stop Line harness comes in 9 different sizes that cater from the smallest breeds right up to the giant breeds of dog and is available in 4 different colours. It has already proved very popular with people who want something very practical to both walk and canicross their dog in. It is a fantastic multi-purpose harness and as a result, we sell loads of these here at K9 Trail Time.
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