A LED dog harness can give you peace of mind that your pooch is visible in low light conditions. This is an inexpensive way to alert drivers you and also, can keep an eye on your pups while outside off-leash in the evenings.
DO's & DON'TS FOR EVENING DOG WALKING
Do: Reflective Safety Gear for Dogs
Always use reflective gear when walking. We consider this a must-have when walking at night especially if you will be anywhere near traffic (such as city sidewalks or anywhere near roads and cars). The reflective material will brightly shine when car headlights are pointed towards it and alert the driver that someone is ahead. There is a wide array of reflective safety gear for dogs including reflective vests, collars, and leashes.
Don’t: Use Flexi-Leads
Flexi leads are regularly frowned upon lately even when walking your dog during the day. At night, however, it adds even more uncertainty to the situation. Most
What not to do”:
If your pup is seen, your dog will be safe
Dog walking at night doesn’t have to be unsafe. From eye-catching reflective gear to safe sidewalk strategies, you can make nighttime dog walks fun and safe.
Just like humans, dogs get startled by people or animals suddenly emerging from the dark. If your dog gets scared while off-leash, she may run off, and it’s a lot harder to find a lost dog in the dark. Therefore a Dog Harness with Light will help you spot your pet more easily.
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