Boca Raton, FL, October 03, 2014 --(PR.com
)-- The days of your dog walking you are over. Big Apple Pet Supply has added the The Horgan Harness to their extensive inventory. See a product video at http://www.bigappleherp.com/The-Horgan-Harness-No-More-Dog-Pulling
The Horgan Harness is truly a one-of-a-kind dog harness that has been crafted to comfortably stop your dog from pulling you around on a walk. Designed by Veterinarian Dr. Jason E. Horgan, the harness is built to be gentle and safe, but discourages your pet from pulling and running away. Regain control and change the way you walk your dog.
The Horgan Harness creates a harmless sensation around your dog's back legs and is designed to divert your dog's attention away from pulling or lunging.The harness is easy to use and gentle on your dog. Made of soft nylon, this product is available in four sizes based on the weight of your dog. The Horgan Harness does not cause choking or pain, no matter how big or powerful your dog is. This new product is offered with same day shipping with all orders placed before 3pm EST and Big Apple Pet Supply’s 5% low price guarantee.
About Big Apple Pet Supply
After finding it difficult to purchase quality pet supplies with expert pet care advice, Big Apple Pet Supply began in New York City in 1994. After completing extensive amounts of research on how to care for pets properly, Big Apple Pet Supply now shares with its 100,000 plus customer base an extensive selection of highly researched pet products along with expert advice.
Today, Big Apple Pet Supply is a retailer and manufacturer of high-quality pet supplies for reptiles, dogs, cats, fish and small pets. They ship pet products to pet lovers all over the world including, but not limited to museums, zoos, and educational institutions. They are committed to bringing innovative and superior supplies to the world of animals and to the people who love them.
More information about Big Apple Pet Supply can be found at http://www.BigApplePetSupply.com. For interview opportunities and media requests, please contact Bridget Dean at 540.842.7776 or firstname.lastname@example.org.