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Reversible Harness Vests by Linda – this harness, made based on your dog's measurements, is recommended by quite a number of Italian Greyhound owner's as being a safe alternative to a martingale collar, given proper fit and fastening.
PetExtras – if your Italian Greyhound has food allergies or intolerances, treats with less common protein sources, such as rabbit, are likely to be a good choice.
The Retractable Leash – A Dangerous Tool – this article, on the Maine Greyhound Placement Service website, discusses why not to use retractable leashes, and applies to Italian Greyhounds as well as Greyhounds.

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Our handmade collars are made in limited runs (from 1-8 in number) from unusual and interesting fabric sourced from all over the world, to produce collars that are unique in design, in five styles Wide Clip collar, Wide Semi Slip, Martingale Style, Limited Slip Collar and Combi Collar , in sizes to fit Italian Greyhounds 7"-11" necks.
IPuppyone Adjustable Dog Soft Harness "Air Flex" Size:Medium Color:Pink B002D8KA0W IPuppyOne IPuppyone Adjustable Dog Soft Harness "Air Flex" Size:Medium Color:Pink Pet Supplies Great for Iggys This product is one of very few harnesses that work well for Italian Greyhounds.
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With the custom-fit design of a step-in type harness and the wide, soft straps characteristic of a vest-type harness, the PerfectFit Harness by Gooby may be the best of both worlds for Italian Greyhounds.
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We stock a great selection of Dog Harnesses for Italian Greyhounds.
The Dog Harnesses below work well for the typically sized Italian Greyhound.
Pet Flys – Thank you for Donating Pet Flys was so very generous and donated a $235 basket to our ROMP Italian Greyhound ‘For the of Dogs’ auction this past February.
Shadedmoons Secret Stash If you’re looking for great Italian Greyhound martingale collars, harnesses, leashes, or Italian Greyhound clothing – you must check out Shadedmoons Secret Stash.
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Italian Greyhounds need something to keep them warm in cold weather – usually a sweater or small coat is fine.
Although Italian Greyhounds reach physical maturity between eight months and a year and a half, depending on their bloodline and their size (larger ones tend to keep growing for a longer period) most of them retain their puppy energy and playfulness well beyond that age.
Because Italian Greyhounds are such small, fragile dogs, they tend to do best in homes with no children, older children or other small pets.
Italian Greyhounds do not require a lot of grooming, but they do need their teeth brushed and nails trimmed regularly.
Italian Greyhounds require a special collar because the sleek shape of their heads makes it easy for them to back out of a regular collar or harness.
Italian Greyhounds are wonderful, loving animals, but they do require and demand lots of love and attention.
Mature Italian Greyhounds are quite adaptive and responsive to the energy level of their owners.
A side release collar is what most people have used for their dogs for many years.  It has a strong plastic side release buckle that is similar to a seat belt buckle.  It does not have to go over your dogs head when put on, but just put around the neck and snapped closed.
A martingale is a humane choke collar; it tightens gently when the dog pulls on his leash.  Martingales, except for many of the Princess Collars, are adjustable and all outer parts are covered with beautiful trim.
If you need a collar that’s larger or smaller than the sizes below, just send an Email or give Anne a quick call; collars can be made in all sizes.
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A tag collar is a very light weight collar with no "D" ring.   It is usually adjustable and meant only to hold your dogs tags.  It is NOT designed to be used on leash or to restrain your dog.
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Ya, that’s what I thought at first, but doesn’t seem to bother her any!!!! I’d like to eventually get a nicer one that has a handle that folds down so she can get under tables and tight places easier – bit at 1/6th the price, this one will do the job nicely until I can afford the better one.
Please note that several breeds are listed under more than one Fleece Dog Coat size because their weights, within that breed, can vary greatly.
We have done our field trials with several chilly and very willing pampered dogs and we can safely say that our Fleece Dog Coat will keep your dog warm and comfy.
Those of you with male dogs will appreciate that our Fleece Dog Coat will allow your dog to perform certain daily activities without soiling the garment.
Our Fleece Dog Coat is offered in 8 sizes from Teacup, for dogs up to around 4 lbs., to Medium Plus, for dogs up to around 35 lbs.
Each Fleece Dog Coat is hand-made in the U.S.A. and it’s guaranteed to fit, because we will gladly exchange your Fleece Dog Coat for a different size if you purchased the wrong size.
This is not a problem because our Fleece Dog Coat is intended to warm your dog’s chest area; where such major internal organs as the lungs and heart, are located.
Dachshunds can pose a dilemma when trying to fit them for some garments; however, our Fleece Dog Coat sizing instructions will apply to them as well.
We have designed the Fleece Dog Coat to ensure your dog’s comfort and to allow a full range of activities.
We have developed the perfect solution for keeping your dog warm and snuggley, day or night, it’s the Fleece (Pull-Over) Dog Coat.
Because of their extra length, your dog’s Fleece Coat will cover slightly less of the dog’s body toward the rear.
Each coat is trimmed in a solid color fleece as indicated below.
Our Fleece Dog Coat is so easy to put on that your dog will look forward to wearing it.
Taking the Fleece Dog Coat off is even easier than putting it on.
VIDEO – How to Measure CollarNot only are collars indispensable for maintaining control when walking and exercising dog, but they also are very useful for establishing identification and ownership should your pet become lost.Nametags: The Most Important GiftWorried your pet will become lost if let outdoors? Follow the advice of thousands of pet owners and our veterinary staff to help ensure your lost pet will be returned home.
Place harness over your dog’s head so the mesh covering is below your dog’s neck in front, the nylon straps are on either side of his head, and the metal O-ring sits just above the shoulders on your dog’s back.
A harness that doesn’t rub This is a discussion on A harness that doesn’t rub within the Dog Gear and Supplies forums, part of the Keeping and Caring for Dogs category; I checked the other harness posts and didn’t see one about this topic.
Similar Threads Thread Thread Starter Forum Replies Last Post Can I rub or clean my dog down with this solution safely? curlyfriez12 Dog Grooming 17 08-02-2013 01:54 PM EzyDog Chest Plate Harness vs.
We have purchased 2 mesh type harnesses one he hates and the other he loves (except we have managed to lose it in one of our cars) we also bought a step in kind which rubbed his chest raw and when we got back from our walk he was bleeding.
My other harness is a freedom harness-it’s mostly made of nylon but the strap on the girth is a durable sort of velvet and may be worth a try too.
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IGCA : About Italian Greyhounds – Italian Greyhound Club An Introduction to the Italian Greyhound (From the official IGCA breed brochure) Welcome to the wonderful world of Italian Greyhounds.
Italian Greyhound Dog Breed Information, Pictures Italian Greyhound information including pictures, training, behavior, and care of Italian Greyhounds and dog breed mixes.
Italian greyhound is ‘like living art’ A friend of ours, Kristen Ashe, was showing an Italian greyhound, and the minute I saw it I knew right away it was our breed,” says Powers.
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