uhoh... this fell off her harness :O luckily for it it did so in the main part of the driveway face up so the flash of blue was easy to see

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i smashed it back down on her harness and so far it seems to be staying put,, but next time if it comes off it will likely be gone for good
im both surprised and impressed that it's not came off before now after all these years

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since this ended up being harness based i thought i would share this long harness story below if youre interested:


i thought the two finger rule applied to dog harnesses like it does with collars so that's how i had all the straps on her harness adjusted. however when she did pull(only time she pulls is to greet people which is rare given we live out in the middle of no where,, but there are times where family visits us or we visit them and the pulling becomes more frequent - i need the harness to not choke her) i got rather unhappy with the harness thinking what's the point in a harness then if it's going to choke her. so i got several other different types of harness but they were even worse yet with choking her so i went back to using this harness. did some reading online where someone stated that if a harness isnt fitted right it can choke or chaff the dog. so i let all the straps out as loose as they could go,, tied her up to a shelf in my room and held a treat just far enough out of her reach to get her to pull on the harness at different angles and speeds(she got a lot more treats then she normally does that day LOL) and no choking! yaaaaa!

after further inspection i realized that if the strap between the front legs stays on the prosternum(the lower on it the better) than it shouldnt do any choking

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