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My vote for the best new dog product of 2012

September 26, 2012 25 comments

Friendly Dog Harness

I always like to share a great dog idea or product when I see one. This past weekend I saw a dog product that I really loved. To be honest, it’s hard to believe it took this long for an idea like this. It’s long overdue. I have a feeling that many of you will feel the same way.

The dog product? Friendly Dog Collars and Harnesses out of Australia and New Zealand.

What I love about this product is what it does for dog owners who struggle with the well-meaning, but very much misinformed, people who say “All dogs love me” and approach your fearful dog in all the wrong ways. And, what it does for the dog owner who encounters other dog people who assume that because their dog is friendly with other dogs yours must be as well. And, what it does for the dog owner who has a big dog or a much-maligned breed of dog that most people often assume is not friendly because of their looks or breed.

Friendly Dog Collar and Lead

What this product does so effectively for all these dog owners is communicate a message in a quick but very effective way to people who approach when maybe they shouldn’t or veer away when there is no reason to do so.

Friendly collars and harnesses are color-coded (red, orange, green, white, yellow, etc.) and each contains a message or word (Friendly, Caution, No Dogs, Adopt Me, Nervous, Deaf, etc.) that is in bold lettering. It makes it easy to see and the message is clear from a distance.

Friendly Dog Harness and Lead

The collars and harnesses (and other products) are now available to Australia and New Zealand customers via their website: Friendly Dog Collars Australia and in the United Kingdom and United States via their U.K. website: Friendly Dog Collars Store.

The company has been extremely responsive to customer inquiries on their Facebook page as well. In fact, in response to several inquiries they have already begun to create a collar and lead for owners of blind dogs and dogs in training. How’s that for service?

This is definitely my most favorite dog product of the year. What do you think?

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