Buying a Harness for your French Bulldog is one of the best things you can do for them, as their small body composition makes them susceptible to respiratory and spinal issues, and a cozy harness will allow them to breathe comfortably.
Today, we will be taking a look at some of the best harnesses on the market right now for your Frenchie.
Best Harness For Your Frenchie
EcoBark Classic Dog Harness
At the top of our list is the classic dog harness from EcoBark.
This harness is the perfect choice for French Bulldog puppies that have never worn a harness before due to its exceptional level of comfort.
The padded, breathable mesh is made from recycled water bottles, this harness is not only stylish and comfortable but also eco-friendly.
They come in lots of different colors, so you will be sure to find the right one for your dog.
One thing that I should pint out is that is does not feature an adjustable head hole, so you will need to make sure that you choose the correct size.
Luckily, EcoBark will help you with this by offering a size chart on their Amazon page
Embark Adventure Dog Harness
Once your French Bulldog has got used to wearing a harness, you may want to upgrade to something more secure.
For this, I highly recommend the Embark Adventure Harness.
This harness is fully adjustable, so no matter what shape or size your Frenchie may be, it will be sure to provide a comfortable fit every time.
The Adventure harness uses a military-grade nylon thread that has been quadruple sewn and provides much-needed strength for dogs that love to pull you around when on their walk.
It even features a handle on the back so you can keep hold of your pooch if needed.
It is very easy to put on and take off.
All you need to do is slip it on, adjust the straps, and off you go.
Right now, they offer three different colors (blue, black and orange) that look perfect on any dog.
For added safety, it also has a reflective trim so you can be sure that your dog will remain visible during night time walks.
The support that Embark offers is more than satisfactory.
I had an issue with a faulty D ring and due to their 100% satisfaction guarantee, the company immediately sent me a replacement harness.
In regards to this issue, the D ring that broke is designed for an ID tag, not a leash as I thought (I should have read the instructions… My bad).
Harness Or Collar?
Due to the fact that Frenchies are a brachycephalic dog breed, they are prone to breathing difficulties.
Buying a harness not only looks better over a normal collar in my opinion, but they also help your dog breathe a little better when they are out on their daily walk due to the fact that they help release pressure from the dog’s neck.
Collars tend to add stress to the dog’s windpipe, in turn limiting the amount of air that your dog needs