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Old 01-22-2013, 02:23 PM
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Those of you that have one,

is the sizing pretty accurate? What size is your dog and how big are they?

I'm debating between the XS and the Small. Jackson is about 17lbs give or take, and has a girth of over 19".

The XS is 1/2" width and 15"-21" girth. The S is 3/4" girth and 18"-22".

I prefer the 3/4" width over the 1/2". But want to make sure it'll fit him.

I really need a harness like this that is very adjustable, and I can get to fit him good, because he has a lot of different harnesses that I use for different purposes, but none really fit him "perfect". So I'm hoping the SureFit will!
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Old 01-22-2013, 02:26 PM
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I initially bought Froman the small size, and he is right at 21.5" girth. It was fine until I washed it and then it was just snug enough that I didn't feel comfortable putting it on him. He wears a medium now.

Is there a store around where you live that you could go try them on Jackson?
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Old 01-22-2013, 02:45 PM
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I initially bought Froman the small size, and he is right at 21.5" girth. It was fine until I washed it and then it was just snug enough that I didn't feel comfortable putting it on him. He wears a medium now.

Is there a store around where you live that you could go try them on Jackson?
Hmmm.... so the small may work for him then. He'd just be on the smaller end. I'll also be probably using it sometimes to put over sweaters, etc, too, so need a bit bigger.

I looked at Petsmart the other day and only saw the Easy Walk's. I could try Pet Valu maybe?
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Old 01-22-2013, 03:29 PM
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Too bad I don't still have my small or I would just send it to you!
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I am hoarding all the sure-fits! I could also ship you one but I don't know what colors I have left...
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Old 01-22-2013, 03:44 PM
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So, they don't need to step into the sure fit, right? It just buckles up around? I like the price on them...
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Old 01-23-2013, 07:45 AM
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I am hoarding all the sure-fits! I could also ship you one but I don't know what colors I have left...
I just saw this... thank you! I'm probably just going to order black. If you have one yo don't need, I'd buy it off you. Right now I'm looking at amazon but it's confusing on there. The listings are all kinda wrong, pictures don't match, sizes, etc, lol, so I'm hoping I get the right one when ordering from there. I have a $5 amazon gift card I kinda wanted to use... LOL
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Those of you that have one,

is the sizing pretty accurate? What size is your dog and how big are they?

I'm debating between the XS and the Small. Jackson is about 17lbs give or take, and has a girth of over 19".

The XS is 1/2" width and 15"-21" girth. The S is 3/4" girth and 18"-22".

I prefer the 3/4" width over the 1/2". But want to make sure it'll fit him.

I really need a harness like this that is very adjustable, and I can get to fit him good, because he has a lot of different harnesses that I use for different purposes, but none really fit him "perfect". So I'm hoping the SureFit will!
I'd go with the small. It'll give you more adjustment room. Caleb is 71 pounds, with a 32-322 inch chest. He has a large SF.


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...I looked at Petsmart the other day and only saw the Easy Walk's. I could try Pet Valu maybe?
I don't remember seeing them at Pet Value. I bought Mick's from the local tracking club eons age. I think I ordered Caleb's right from Premier (I don't have access to my files that would have that info in it right now).

http://www.premier.com/

If you can't get it there, you can try Cherrybrook.
http://www.cherrybrook.com/index.cfm...re_Fit_Harness
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Old 01-22-2013, 04:17 PM
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So what makes these different? From what I got from googling to see what they look like they look like a roman style harness. I've never seen them anywhere up here.
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Old 01-22-2013, 04:40 PM
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Part of what makes them so awesome is that they have a lot more adjustable points throughout the harness, so you can get it to the absolute perfect fit. With a wonky built dog, that's what I love most about it!
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