Need help with harness for Yorkie dog/tying her

First of all she currently has the harness in the picture but I tied her in the car (so she would stay on the floor and not pee on the seat) and she got out of it then tried to attack me when I came back to the car 1 min later (she has separation anxiety)

She has never gotten out of it before on a walk or anything

Second of all I have a backyard but I believe it's possible for her to escape it so I would like to tie her to something outside so she can get fresh air but not constantly worry about escaping, so I'm wondering what kind of harness or collar to get for that? Idk what it needs to be to be escape proof

Third of all it has to be from this website, so can someone please help me choose one from the options? There's not much choice where I live

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  1. 9 months ago
    Anonymous

    There is no magic tether, collar, harness, or leash that will grant you the outcome you say you want.
    For the car: Only whenever you finally train out its separation anxiety, then you’ll gradually make progress on the training needed to thread or clip its harness into a seatbelt like a normal dog and not have to worry about it trying to escape or piss everywhere. Until it’s anxiety issues are fixed, your only option is to secure the homosexual in some type of carrier like any other untrained animal. Though, even right now, you can still use the parked car while at home to help in training for both separation anxiety and behaving properly in the car.

    For being tied outside: the short answer is don’t. A moronic yorkie is likely to strangle itself to death or get its eyes pecked out by birds when left tied up outside. They are small and dumb and mostly defenseless and literally no type of (humane) tether is truly escape proof anyway. Your options that will actually be effective at keeping the dog from escaping are to properly secure your yard, buy a kennel, or don’t leave the dog outside unsupervised.

    • 9 months ago
      Anonymous

      >Secure the homosexual
      Kek

      Ok but can anxiety issues actually be trained out or will they always come back or something? Her previous owner was a dumb clingy piece of shit that gave her zero socialization or training and only left the house for work and didn't have a car and only rode taxis

      >Dumb
      Yorkies are known to be one of the more intelligent dog breeds?

      Who cares if it's humane tbh it's better for her health if it's escape proof and not humane

      >Your options are
      >Insert a bunch of rich ppl options

      Don't give me that shit there are tiny dogs tied outside ppls homes everywhere in my country and they haven't left the goddamn thing in years

  2. 9 months ago
    Anonymous

    Excuse me can anyone actually help me

  3. 9 months ago
    Anonymous

    the harness is too big, you have too much slack

    • 9 months ago
      Anonymous

      I tightened it. Maybe it just untightens or something idk that's the only explanation I have

      >escape proof
      No such thing exists, even stuff that is a bit more difficult to get out of shouldn’t be left on the dog when you aren’t around.
      Find a carrier for car rides. Supervise her when she’s outside. Dogs literally get no benefit to being alone outdoors, there’s no point in tying up a small dog that can be easily eaten or stolen.

      How about no, also she's just gonna bash her face against the cage

      • 9 months ago
        Anonymous

        >crate training dogs is so cruellllll waaahhh
        This is the consequence. Either crate train her and then get her used to being in a car crate, or this is gonna keep happening.

        • 9 months ago
          Anonymous

          >No leash is escape proof
          That's literally false and you're a moron

          • 9 months ago
            Anonymous

            That wasn't me but they're correct anyway, moron.

      • 9 months ago
        Anonymous

        >How about no, also she's just gonna bash her face against the cage
        These soft carriers with mesh exist for a while now, anon. You can also fold them completely to save space if you're not using them.
        I doubt getting yourself killed when a panicked dog wrestles itself out of its harness and jumps on you while you're driving on the highway is what you want either.

        • 9 months ago
          Anonymous

          No she attacked me the moment I came in and we both sit in the passenger seat

          Anyway I need help with buying a harness or collar wtf is wrong with you people

          Also she has aggression issues so I'm thinking a prong collar

          It's not a fricking cat to be in a carrier it's a dog and I want to train it like one

          • 9 months ago
            Anonymous

            You're weird narcissism will be the downfall of you and your pet. I hope she attacks you again you stupid frick.

            • 9 months ago
              Anonymous

              Where did I have narcissism you dumb Black person? If I had a big dog would you also tell me to put it in a fricking crate? That's ridiculous I don't have an SUV

              • 9 months ago
                Anonymous

                >it's not a fricking cat so I'm not crate training it
                >I'm going to use a prong collar instead
                >on a fricking Yorkshire terrier
                You're a spineless waste of a human and a woman who puts dogs in in purses would unironically be a better owner for this dog than you.
                Grow up, get over yourself and train your dog properly.

              • 9 months ago
                Anonymous

                She is crate trained but not carrier trained you dumb homosexual

              • 9 months ago
                Anonymous

                Then carrier train them. They clearly need it.

                The previous b***h was a purse moron and that's why the moron dog has aggression issues now

                >puts dog in an environment its uncomfortable with
                >In a harness its uncomfortable with
                >dog is uncomfortable and lashes out
                >op goes into a tard rage and considers using a prong collar on a yorkie
                It's always someone else's fault right?

              • 9 months ago
                Anonymous

                The previous b***h was a purse moron and that's why the moron dog has aggression issues now

          • 9 months ago
            Anonymous

            And what makes you think she won't be able to get out of the harness when the car isn't standing still? Your outstanding competence as a dog owner?

            • 9 months ago
              Anonymous

              Then carrier train them. They clearly need it.
              [...]
              >puts dog in an environment its uncomfortable with
              >In a harness its uncomfortable with
              >dog is uncomfortable and lashes out
              >op goes into a tard rage and considers using a prong collar on a yorkie
              It's always someone else's fault right?

              No she's always been aggressive all the time since I got her

              I don't want to carrier train her that's gay I want to be able to leave her in my car and not have her act like a fricktarded piece of shit

              • 9 months ago
                Anonymous

                >I don't want to carrier train her that's gay
                >w-when was I n-narcissistic,,.,..
                Lol. Lmao, even. Give it back.

              • 9 months ago
                Anonymous

                No

      • 9 months ago
        Anonymous

        no, i can tell its too big for a yorkie, it should be snug, the leg loops are far too large for a dog that small, that is something for like a medium sized dog

        • 9 months ago
          Anonymous

          I mean it can be tightened more but ig it just loosens or some shit

          Can you please help me select a piece of shit from the website

  4. 9 months ago
    Anonymous

    >escape proof
    No such thing exists, even stuff that is a bit more difficult to get out of shouldn’t be left on the dog when you aren’t around.
    Find a carrier for car rides. Supervise her when she’s outside. Dogs literally get no benefit to being alone outdoors, there’s no point in tying up a small dog that can be easily eaten or stolen.

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