For taking dogs outside, harnesses are definitely better than collars. But, putting them on is much more challenging. In fact, it is often confusing or even frustrating, especially if you have a dog that won’t keep still. Thankfully, it gets easier after a few successful tries.
Learning how to put on a dog harness first starts with figuring out what kind you have. The best dog harness for your pup depends on their build, size, and temperament. Generally, there are three to choose from: (1) the Standard, (2) the Step-In, and (3) the Front-Clip.