3+1 arguments in favor of Longwalk
- In many cases, Y-shaped harnesses unnecessarily strain the nerve pathways, blood vessels and trachea running along the dog’s neck. Not the Longwalk! Its creation is characterized by thorough anatomical consideration, the elastically fixed rings ensure comfort in all situations.
- Pulls coming through the belts over the shoulders can also affect the blood supply to the eyes. That is why, when designing the Longwalk, we made sure that it responds to even the slightest movement of the shoulder joints, even if the dog is walking without a leash.
- When adjusting Y-shaped harnesses, two neck straps that are too tight can be a common mistake. When the dog is at rest, the stretching of the elastic elements built into the Longwalk can be a warning sign: the harness is too small and/or tight for the dog. By paing attention to this, it is easy to avoid the wrong choice of size or incorrect adjustment, which is rather important in the case of a dog harness designed for intensive performance.
+1 After all the science, here’s a practical argument: the Longwalk is now available in five beautiful colors and seven sizes.