If you have an escape artist pet, you know how frustrating it can be to keep them secured in a traditional harness or collar. You want to take your dog or cat on more walks, but they’re highly skilled at wriggling out of collars and backing out of harnesses.
And while truly “escape proof” harnesses don’t exist, there are still some great harnesses on the market that have special features to help keep your pet safe.
Since any pet can go missing, it’s important for pet owners to know how to protect their furry best friends. So with that in mind, let’s take a look at the closest thing you can get to an escape proof harness — and the next best thing to protect your pet.
Huan: The Next Best Thing to an Escape Proof Harness
There’s no such thing as a truly escape proof harness — a dog or cat that wants to get away can find its way out of just about anything. Add to that user error or damage to a product, and there’s just no way to guarantee that your pet won’t get away when it’s wearing any harness.
Huan Smart Tags can attach to your pet’s collar and add another layer of protection that keeps them safe and gives you the peace of mind you need. Huan uses bluetooth technology to send signals to nearby smartphones, which allows you to see your pet’s location on a map using the Huan app. If he or she ever gets away, you can use Huan to see where they are and help find them.
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The 5 Closest Things to Escape Proof Harnesses
And while no harness is truly escape proof, we feel confident that these 5 are as close as you can get.
1. Didog Soft Flannel Padded Dog Vest Harness
This escape proof harness by Didog is made of soft flannel and designed to help prevent your dog from pulling as you walk. It’s lightweight, easy to put on your dog, and only has one clip to fasten.
The Didog harness features a welded D-ring on the front of the harness, which protects both you and your dog from potential harm. When a dog pulls on a collar or traditional harness, that can cause injury to its owner–and can also injure the dog’s throat. Clipping your dog’s leash to the front of a no-pull, escape proof harness minimizes your risk.
The Gooby Escape Free Sport Harness is specially designed for small dogs up to 35 lbs. It’s designed to be both escape-proof and no-pull. Not only does it keep your dog from backing out of its harness, it also prevents choking.
Gooby’s escape proof harness is made of soft Neoprene for maximum comfort. It’s also adjustable so you can make sure it fits your dog just right. You can make adjustments to the harness fit at four points located on the neck and chest.
The Web Master by RUFFWEAR is a heavy-duty, secure, escape proof harness for active and working dogs. It’s equipped with a reinforced “lift and assist” handle on the back for dog trainers and owners to help their dog clear obstacles.
Web Master has a 5-point customizable fit and two points of connection for a leash. Its material is lightweight, durable, and appropriate for use year-round. Additionally, it’s equipped with reflective material for nighttime walks. If your dog is a service dog or working dog, there is plenty of space on the material for a badge.
4. GAUTERF Dog and Cat Universal Harness with Leash Set
This universal harness and leash set by GAUTERF is made for small cats and dogs, even kittens. It’s made of comfortable soft mesh–great material for maximum comfort in hot weather.
The smallest size in GAUTERF’s harness fits a kitten and can also be used for other small pets such as ferrets and rabbits. It’s highly adjustable and can be customized to fit your pet comfortably while reducing the risk of escape.
5. Yizhi Miaow Escape Proof Cat Harness with Leash
This escape proof cat harness by Yizhi Miaow is soft and buckle-free for maximum comfort. It’s designed to help prevent your cat from escaping during walks and utilizes Magic Tape fasteners rather than hard buckles. Like our other featured harnesses, this one is designed to minimize the risk of your cat slipping out and escaping.
Getting an escape proof harness for your pet is just one way to protect them from running away when you’re out for a walk. But antsy, escape artist pets are masters at getting away–whether at home or on an outing. Luckily, you can add another layer of protection to keep your pet safe.
Huan Smart Tags are Bluetooth LE-powered tags that alert you through our app when your pet is detected away from home or away from you. If your dog or cat is prone to escape, add some extra peace of mind with a subscription to Huan.
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If you’re a dog or cat owner, you know how rewarding it is to have a pet in your home. Our furry companions bring companionship, excitement, love, and joy into our lives. But did you know pets have been scientifically proven to help reduce stress?
Whatever your career or life circumstances, your pet can help you cope with the stresses of everyday life. And, we’re especially thankful for our pets during difficult times when stress is higher than usual.
Here are 5 ways your pet can help reduce stress, improve your health, and boost your overall quality of life.
It’s amazing that something as simple as spending a little time with our pets can help us feel so much better. Curl up with your cat or give your pup a belly rub–even just for a few minutes–and you’ll be nurturing your pet and taking care of yourself at the same time.
2. Having a pet can benefit your mental health.
Many individuals struggle with mental illness, particularly anxiety disorders and depression. In one survey, 74% of respondents reported that having a pet was beneficial to their mental health. Getting a pet is an easy lifestyle change you can make for your overall wellbeing–not just your mental health.
If you’re already a pet owner, spend more quality time with your dog or cat. If you’re experiencing debilitating anxiety or depression, it’s best to seek help from a licensed mental health professional. Your provider can work with you to design a plan that fits your individual needs–and includes plenty of therapeutic time with your pet, too.
3. Pets can help reduce the negative impact of social isolation.
Pets provide companionship and a friendly presence for people who might otherwise spend a lot of their time alone. Additionally, having a pet could alleviate loneliness during times of social distancing, such as we’re currently experiencing due to COVID-19.
A study published in the Journal of Personality and Social Psychology revealed that pets help people who are experiencing rejection or social isolation. Though they may not be human, our furry family members absolutely keep us company.
4. Having a pet boosts your self-esteem.
Pet owners report higher self-esteem–a state of being that significantly impacts your stress levels and wellbeing. When you have a poor self-image, that influences your ability to set and achieve your goals–and it also makes your stress levels skyrocket.
Higher self-esteem can lead to lower stress and a better overall quality of life. Spending time with your pet, therefore, raises your quality of life in a myriad of ways.
5. Pets can help you exercise more often.
Exercise is a fantastic natural stress reliever. Physical movement boosts your endorphins, lifts your mood, and helps generate an overall sense of well-being, lowering your stress levels in the process.
Dogs, in particular, require a lot of exercise. If you’re a dog owner, helping your dog exercise means you’re getting your daily steps in, too.
Before you go…
Your pet takes care of you–now let us help you keep them safe. Huan Smart Tags are lightweight, Bluetooth-powered tags that alert you when your pet is detected away from home or away from you. They’re an incredibly affordable way to add that extra layer of protection.
Most pet owners want their dogs and cats to have an extra layer of protection in case they ever get lost or escape from home. Many people choose a GPS pet tracker, but there are some who prefer to avoid GPS due to its potential radiation risks–in addition to its higher cost.
So if you’re avoiding using a GPS tracker for your pet, what are your options?
Microchips and tags equipped with Bluetooth Low Energy (LE) offer some protection for pets who go missing. Let’s look at some specifics and compare the two.
Microchipping Your Pet
Although many people consider a pet microchip to be a pet tracker, it’s actually not a tracking device at all. Instead, it’s a tiny glass capsule the size of a rice grain that is inserted under your pet’s skin. Microchips hold your information so that when your lost pet is found, a vet or a shelter can access your contact information.
Unfortunately, microchips can’t tell you anything about your pet’s location in real-time. They depend wholly on your pet being found by someone who can scan the microchip and get in touch with you.
One of the biggest problems with microchipping is that your pet could be gone for weeks or even months before they’re found. That is, potentially, an incredibly long time to have little to no information about where your pet is, or if they’re safe.
Using a Bluetooth Low Energy Tag
Bluetooth LE technology can be used in pet ID tags to help owners locate them when they go missing. Huan Smart Tags utilize this type of Bluetooth connection, which is safe for your pet and only needs a replacement battery about once every 12 months (does not require charging).
The Bluetooth in our Smart Tags doesn’t function exactly like a location-tracking GPS device. Instead, it emits a low signal when a lost pet comes near a Huan sensor or app user. Your main advantage here is that your pet is likely to be detected away from home (or away from you) in less time than it might take for a caregiver to scan a microchip.
Huan Smart Tags are detectable by sensors and app users when within a 300-foot radius of your pet. If you’ve built a community of app users and a sensor network in your town, you’ll be alerted as soon as your pet gets near one of those devices. And if your pet is detected fairly close to home, chances are good that you or someone you know can locate and bring them home.
Another advantage of using Huan Bluetooth tags is that your personal information isn’t readily accessible by other app users. While you can use the app to connect with a person who has found your lost pet, they can’t access details like your name or address. We pride ourselves on creating a product that not only protects your pet, but also your data.
Ultimately, both microchips and Bluetooth tags are useful tools for protecting your pet. You might consider combining both technologies for an added layer of protection. Both options help to reunite pets with their families and neither do harm to your beloved best friends.
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