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melbury
post 10th Sep 2017, 7:00 pm
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Just wondered if anyone can recommend a good make of harness.

Billy needs upgrading to a larger size and there are so many out there it is very confusing, so any personal recommendations would be greatly appreciated.

Thanks.
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post 10th Sep 2017, 7:29 pm
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Ruffwear Webmaster for all of ours smile.gif

Not cheap, but they last very well.
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post 11th Sep 2017, 12:26 am
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Another Ruffwear fan.

Ours have the Front Range, a lighter harness, for everyday walks, the Webmaster for more serious treks, and the the Load-up car harness.

I love Ruffwear products - sturdy, well designed, adjustable a million ways. Great stuff.

https://ruffwear.com/collections/harnesses



Oh no, I shouldn't have checked the website. The Front Range now comes in purple... wouldn't Fraulein Nora look fetching in purple? Must. Hide. Credit. Card. wink.gif
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post 12th Sep 2017, 9:48 am
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I have a dog that can escape from all the harnesses I have tried with her and this is the only one she can't escape from. I have sent to many harness to various rescues thanks to Dolly. I have also found that it helps steady a nervous dog, particularly Jamie my very traumatised Romanian boy. The medium size fits 4 of my dogs, Bonnie, Collie/Labrador, Tilly, Greyhound/GSD or Labrador or Malinois, take your pick, Cyril, Staffie and Jamie Whippet/JRT, only my little hooligan who escapes harnesses needs a small, Working Cocker/JRT.


http://www.ebay.co.uk/itm/Walk-R-Cise-Refl...jAAAOSw68NZg-bd

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post 12th Sep 2017, 12:31 pm
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I use Walk'R'Cise too. Good fit, adjustable all round, nice and strong and best of all, cheap!
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post 14th Sep 2017, 5:00 pm
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I've just bought my two monsters a ruffwear front range each - the pet vault has them for 32 at the moment which is the cheapest I could fine other than ebay.
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post 17th Sep 2017, 6:53 pm
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Thanks so much for your recommendations, will have a good look at them.
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