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who has jumpers and how do u stop them

Buca

Little Dog
How's your chain spot setup?

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The part that clips to the collar is what put that mark on him the last time. I don't wanna have him do that to himself again.
 

catchrcall

Good Dog
Staff member
I don't care for a bull snap. I know a lot do but I just can't like them. However, I'm not a huge O ring fan either. I prefer a good quality, heavy made bolt snap. It's just what's worked for me.
 

Buca

Little Dog
I'm not familiar with either.

But like I said, with the harness being able to clip it to the back where it won't rub or be under him as he tugs.

He's also not left out chained up for extended periods of time.

Maybe 2 hours at the most on nice days when I'm busy doing stuff in the house. Or if I wanna run to the store up the street type situations.

If I'm leaving for longer he's crated inside where I know he's ok when I'm gone.