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Tellington TTouch was developed by Linda Tellington-Jones who has been closely supported by her sister, Robyn Hood, in its development. It is a method of working with animals without fear or force. The non-habitual movements release tension using gentle bodywork and physically balancing groundwork exercises

TTouch works on the nervous system, helping to improve mental, physical and emotional balance and bringing in turn an enhanced ability to learn and co-operate by opening new channels of communication. It crosses language barriers and is now used in many different countries around the world. One of the most exciting things about this work is that it constantly evolves as we experiment and add more tools to our toolbox. TTouch creates the opportunity for animals and people to experience a different way to respond. Over time this can help them to learn how to shift from previously habitual behaviour patterns.

Much of Tellington TTouch relates to understanding the links with posture and behaviour, and with dogs, as well as horses, certain groundwork exercises can be very helpful to teach dogs to walk in balance slowly and not to pull on the lead.

TV personality and Tellington TTouch instructor Sarah Fisher has developed the only official TTouch dog harness that carries the TTouch brand and is specifically designed for Tellington TTouch groundwork. It is a webbing harness made in the UK with different points of attachment giving you a variety of choices in the way you attach the lead. Clipping one end of the lead to the front ring removes pressure from the dog's neck and helps the dog to move in balance. Great for dogs that pull or spin, or display lead frustration, this new harness can be used for ground exercises and regular walking.

It's ideal for dogs who are nervous of harnesses. Two shaped fasteners either side of the neck, and two shaped fasteners either side of the barrel enable you to put the harness on your dog without having to place it over his head or having to lift a leg. Use it in conjunction with a double-ended lead.

Sarah Fisher Introduces Tellington TTouch and talks about harnesses



To see how to measure check out page one of our measuring chart Click here


Neck (this is a full neck measurement, not the collar) 31 - 47cm   (12 - 18.5")

Chest 38 - 56cm  (15 - 22")



Neck (this is a full neck measurement not the collar) 42 - 62cm   (16.5 - 24.5")

Chest 47 - 72cm  (18.5 - 28")



Neck (this is a full neck measurement not the collar) 55 - 84cm (21.5 - 33")

Chest 59 -100cm  (23 - 39")