Perfect Fit Harness
How to order the correct size Perfect Fit Harness
THE ULTIMATE WALKING HARNESS
* Easy to put on & take off by using 3 clips - Look for the two "V" shapes (one on the Top and one on the Front) and clip "C" around the neck. Swing the rest of the harness between the dog's legs and clip "A" and "B" into position
* Adjustable in 5 places - Over shoulders, front of chest and around the girth
* Made from 3 pieces - Top, Front and Girth - which are available in a wide range of sizes to get an exact fit for your dog (or cat, pig, etc). For instance, a Border Collie may have a Perfect Fit Harness made up from a Medium Top, Small Front, and Large Girth - all in the 20mm Range.
* Pieces can be replaced - As your dog grows - if you want a different coloured top - if a piece becomes damaged or chewed (see Individual Pieces section)
* Front pieces are available with or without a D ring - For use with a double ended lead for added control.
We offer the option (at no extra cost) of Front Pieces with an extra D ring placed at the centre of the dog's breast bone. This modification offers handlers the option of clipping a double ended lead to not only the top of the harness but also to this front D ring, enabling them to improve the steering of the dog and reduce or prevent pulling. Never have both ends of the lead tight at the same time. Most of the time keep the dog's weight on the back D ring, then when he pulls forward relax that end of the lead and turn him with the lead at the front.
The front D ring is not designed to be used on its own - a lead must also be attached at the back.
* Safe for escapologist and front limb amputees - the neck hole can be made smaller than the dog's skull by using a smaller Top Piece and, if needed, also by using a smaller Front Piece. Please contact our office for help and advice on sizing for special needs such as"Houdinis" and front leg amputees.
Here is a video of Vader, a French Bulldog who has only one front leg. It shows how well the 20mm Perfect Fit Harness fits on his body and does not slip or move as he walks on a lead.
Measure around your dogs girth (around the chest just behind the forelegs)
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