The Venice Black pectoral for Chalesco dogs, was purchased so I can walk my dog, with more security and comfort to him.
The previous chest he was using was a bit tight and seemed to be hurting him, so I chose to acquire another.
The requirement was to have set both to the neck and chest, because some don't end up adjusting okay pectorals to biotype of my dog. I ended up opting for Venice Black pectoral for Chalesco dogs, that has both adjustments and a relatively low cost.
With the arrival of Venice Pecs, I went to the first test, using it in conjunction with my Retractable Tape Guide for Dogs Flexi Vario M. The first notable feature is that it is hard to put. But he seemed comfortable nylon, Although a little thinner than I would like. The breastplate which I used earlier was thicker.
Using Venice Pecs for a few weeks I realized that both the neck strap as the breast has a tendency to go down, so we must remember to tighten it once in a while.
But the bigger problem is that my dog twice escaped from the breastplate. At least one time my failure, because when you put the collar left bottom, connecting the neck strap to the chest, passing on the outside of one of the front legs, so she escapes easily.
I believe it was the same thing happened the second time. In both cases, fortunately nothing more serious happened. My dog does not attack anyone, but it could go to the street and get hit or come close to other more aggressive dog. Then, from there I lost confidence in the Venice Pecs. Despite probably being my fault in both cases, the difficulty of putting it induces errors. Doesn't sound like a well-designed product.
In the end I ended up getting another collar, a Tubline Pectoral collar with Pet Walk Guide – Blue, of which I will speak in another article, but at least for now, even with a few days of use, I like much more reliable and easy to put on.
Check out some photos from the Venice Pecs:
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