Collection: Secure animal protection dogs correctly

Better safe than sorry!

Proper dog restraint is extremely important and applies to a variety of situations:

• Animal protection dogs in the early days
• Fearful dogs
• Protection in the event of a bang
• Security at the train station
• Securing in difficult terrain

That's how it's done

1. Waist belt on the dog holder (We recommend our waist belt from Tierundsport. It has a solid buckle and 3 locking rings)

2. Leash as a connection from the waist belt to the safety harness -> A leash attached to the waist belt cannot be dropped due to a mishap (we recommend webbing lines, not yet biothane lines -> High-quality carabiners and length-adjustable ones are, for example, our Rogz lines).

3. Safety harness -> Very important a harness with a double bar of good quality (we recommend our Annyx safety harnesses)

4. Well-fitting collar (here we recommend a well-fitting pull-stop collar, which when loose fits just over the head so that it secures correctly when pulled -> we have a very large selection of Sofadogwear. Or then an adjustable Annyx collar which you can to secure it very tightly so that it cannot slip over your head).

5. Lead from the dog owner to the collar -> This leash serves as a second security in case a carabiner opens on the first leash or a material defect occurs. (We recommend webbing lines here, not biothane lines -> High-quality carabiners and length-adjustable ones are, for example, our Rogz lines)

Towing lines with safety carabiner (Safe-Lock System)

• For dogs motivated to hunt
• Unsafe dogs/welfare dogs
We manufacture rubberized webbing lines with high-quality Safe-Lock carabiners. We
Recommend using webbing lines for security purposes, not yet biothane lines.
To secure the towing line to the waist belt, we can also use lanyards with a safe lock on both sides
Make a carabiner!
➔ Attention, Safe-Lock towing lines are a valuable aid, but they do not replace them
Double backup in the first days after the transport arrives.