Getting Ray into his car harness and then into the car was easier than I expected. Continue reading
Putting a harness on Ray has never been a major problem.
His walking harness goes over his head first, and then we lift a front leg and put it through a loop; bring a strap under and over to clip it all together. He generally just guides his head through the loop, and his front leg goes totally limp so we can move it. Perfect! Continue reading
We usually have Ray in a harness when we go out. This is to give us a little more control over him and, in the event that we do have to restrain him for any reason, it avoids potential pressure around his neck from his collar. Continue reading