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Old 10-27-2009, 07:11 AM
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Fleece Dog Harness | Where dog agility is on every channel!

I tried this one on Meg at a recent agility trial, and for the first time ever, loved the way a harness fit her. I'd have bought it on the spot if they had a color I liked in her size; as it is, I think it's going on her Christmas list. Nice and soft without being super bulky, really adjustable and (bonus!) two clips so you don't have to actually lift up the dog's legs to put them in it.
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Old 10-27-2009, 07:51 AM
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I have thought about buying Dekka a buddy belt. http://www.sassypup.net/images/D/Bud...arness%203.jpg very simple and work very well.
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Old 10-27-2009, 07:55 AM
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I use the rope n go

http://www.ropengo.com/harness.php

its very comfortable, extremely light weight and easy on easy off.
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Old 10-27-2009, 08:24 AM
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I like the step-in harnesses from Lupine too. It's so much easier to fasten them then the other ones where I almost need a schematic to figure it out. lol
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Old 10-27-2009, 09:50 AM
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My vet saw Ollie taking me into the office and she recommended the Easy Walk . Works beautifully ! Sure makes a difference with the ring underneath rather than on top .
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Old 10-27-2009, 09:58 AM
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i like lupine for the go through alot but still look pretty category for medium breeds, there tough, they have an even if chewed guarentee, there cute, and come in a step in and a roman style.

for small/toy breeds i love puppia style as they are a great multi use harness, the wide slightly padded chest makes for a great car harness, and they dont rub under tiny armpits

i have puppia style for vixie and dodger,
then i have a simply nylon roman style for both ruby and jasper thats for walks, and car harnesses for in the car.
once im good for money again i will be buyign them both puppia style though because i find the car harnesses they have no perfect for walking so would like a dual use.
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Old 10-27-2009, 12:31 PM
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Nothing with plastic buckles or snaps here. I have a good heavy duty one for Gunnar that was made by an Amish guy who does a lot of leather work for horses. He makes custom dog stuff to your specs. I got a great 6' leash made that has a traffic handle built right in down at the bottom of the leash for 12 bucks. The harness was 40 but it's got all brass fittings and has a padded chest plate.
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Old 10-27-2009, 02:26 PM
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I love the harnesses by Lupine....they have a FANTASTIC guarantee....that they will replace them even if chewed.....Stella chewed completely through her first one....and they replaced it quickly! Excellent customer service...great products!!!
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We use puppias.
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Fleece Dog Harness | Where dog agility is on every channel!

I tried this one on Meg at a recent agility trial, and for the first time ever, loved the way a harness fit her. I'd have bought it on the spot if they had a color I liked in her size; as it is, I think it's going on her Christmas list. Nice and soft without being super bulky, really adjustable and (bonus!) two clips so you don't have to actually lift up the dog's legs to put them in it.
I like these!! Might have to order one!


The problem that I always have is the hair sticking out weird or getting tangled (I can't remember which harness it was, but the way it sat over their chests made the hair tangle up bad... ended up giving it away)
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