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melbury
post 4th Feb 2018, 6:02 pm
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These look so nice I am thinking of ordering one.

https://www.fleecedogharnesses.co.uk/shop/e...ce-dog-harness/

Just wondered if anyone else has tried these and, if so, what they think.

Have bought two different harnesses since we have had Billy, but just not happy with them.

Thanks.
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post 4th Feb 2018, 7:11 pm
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Would only recommend Ruffwear.

Webmaster superb for escape artists and older dogs to support and lift

Front range great for everyday and has front clip option.

Durability, fit, quality and reliability is second to none.
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post 5th Feb 2018, 9:14 am
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To be honest, although I have a couple of this type (although not this make), I'm not a fan. Very limited adjustment and none at all around the neck.

I prefer a simple harness myself, and my chosen brand is Walk'R'Cise - cheap, but strong, and every strap adjusts. Basic but do the job nicely.
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post 5th Feb 2018, 9:27 am
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Different person, different harness...my preferred harness is the Dog Games’ Perfect Fit harness. Excellent customer services too.
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