Buddy Belts are the Best Harness for Pugs!

These Buddy Belts step in harness are the absolute best for Puggies! It saves their necks and prevents damage to tracheas caused by pulling. No more choking or coughing during walks and Puggies LOVE this harness! Learn more about them here. The size 6 seems to fit most Pugs well.

PS – Not only are these Buddy Belts functional, they are quite stylish and fashionable. :) Porky & Brownie LOVES their Buddy Belts!




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    I wish, wish, WISH that I could use these for Winston and Zelda, but both of them can slide out of them like they’re taking off a t-shirt. Boo! They have to wear these “extreme dog” harnesses by Ruff Wear that look like little military vests!

    October 5th, 2007 @ 2:15 pm
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    LMizzle – You may have had the wrong size or it was put on the wrong way. I tried on the size 5, 6, and 7 on Porky & Brownie to get best fit. I have found that while the size 7 fit at the smaller holes, they were sliding out so then I went to size 6. It fit perfectly on the last hole, after I turned it around because I had it on the wrong way. :)

    We LOVE Buddy Belts!

    October 5th, 2007 @ 4:25 pm
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    I have been looking at those….Belle slides right out of her Puppia harness. Maybe this is the answer!

    October 28th, 2007 @ 5:30 pm
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    Buddy Belts are a little expensive but they last a very long time (with the other harnesses, you have to get one every few months but this last a few years). If you decide to get them for Willow, Belle, and Turbo, let us know so we can help you get the best size. The size 6 is really the best for Puggies. If you decide to get it at FunnyFur.com, use the discount code “ffspecial10″ to get 10% off.

    Good luck! Feel free to bark up our tree for help!

    October 29th, 2007 @ 2:50 pm
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    Woof! Love your pug photos…just wanted to let you know a cool offer Dogster and Shutterfly have right now – where you can get free photo cards of your little sweetie…check it out!

    November 7th, 2007 @ 5:01 pm
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    Thinking about this one – I have three pugs: two girls who share a leash w/a splitter and my boy on another. I’ve heard a lot lately about the front leading harnesses… Anyone have experience with those? I’m having trouble w/fit…

    November 21st, 2008 @ 6:24 am
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    I think the front leading ones are good for dogs who don’t pull on the leash, which in my experience with Pugs, pretty much all of the ones I have met love to pull with dear life on their leashes. If the leash is in the front while they are pulling, it seems awkward and probably does not work well. Any one tried those front leading harnesses?

    November 23rd, 2008 @ 9:06 pm
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    Hello, Can you please tell me how to purchase one of these buddy belts in size 6?.
    Thank You

    January 2nd, 2010 @ 8:59 pm
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    Can you please tell me where I can buy one of these buddy belts for my new pug in size 6?
    Thank You,

    January 2nd, 2010 @ 9:01 pm
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    Ive used the easywalk harness that clips on the front and it is good, but then my pug didnt tend to pull on walks anyway he usually walks by my side except for when we go to new places but its not good for pugs really. He pulled at a friends dog because he wanted to play with it and it pulled at his neck and he started to cough and couldnt breathe. not a good idea. this buddybelt seems better i must say!

    February 28th, 2010 @ 1:48 pm

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