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If you cannot stop your Beagle from pulling in all directions on the lead or control lunges, seek professional training help. Only as a last resort should you consider purchasing a no pull harness or Gentle Leader. These are specially designed to make pulling uncomfortable or impossible. They may end unruly behavior, but should only be considered temporary solutions. The goal of lead training should always be to walk your dog with a regular collar and lead. The best training will teach your dog how to behave, not force it to.

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Harness: While not an essential item, a harness can be useful with a dog that has a tendancy to pull when on a leash. There are many different sizes, styles, and designs to choose from. The benefit of using a harness is to alleviate the stress to your Beagle's neck associated with a collar. Some harnesses are specially designed to limit the dog's ability to pull also making them a useful training aid. In both cases it is important for the harness to fit properly to be effective. Therefore, it is a good idea to take your Beagle along with you to select the proper size. Most pet supply stores will allow you to bring your dog inside, provided they are on a leash. The harness should be adjustable to allow for changes in size and fit close to the body. Be sure your dog has complete freedom of motion and can walk comfortably. Note: a harness should not be considered a replacement for wearing a regular collar bearing identification tags.

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Stitched Brown Leather Dog Harness for Beagles and Other Small Breeds or Puppies. I contacted ruffwear and I give them 5 stars for customer service. I sent the pics and they told me that the small was to long for my beagle. They suggested the xs and to remove the girth straps from the adjusters for more length. Our older beagle mix that has maybe a little less length and more girth has a poor fit on the harness also and going to a xs would probably not be enough girth even with taking the strap from the adjuster for max length. I love the idea behind the harness and the reflectors on them but they just seem to be a poor fit for my dogs.

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Harness: While not an essential item, a harness can be useful with a dog that has a tendancy to pull when on a leash. There are many different sizes, styles, and designs to choose from. The benefit of using a harness is to alleviate the stress to your Beagle's neck associated with a collar. Some harnesses are specially designed to limit the dog's ability to pull also making them a useful training aid. In both cases it is important for the harness to fit properly to be effective. Therefore, it is a good idea to take your Beagle along with you to select the proper size. Most pet supply stores will allow you to bring your dog inside provided they are on a leash. The harness should be adjustable to allow for changes in size and fit close to the body. Check that your dog has complete freedom of motion and can walk comfortably. Note: a harness should not be considered a replacement for wearing a regular collar bearing identification tags.

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