Quick On-and-Off Walking Harness
A great everyday dog walking harness with plastic quick-release buckles that make it quick to get on and off.
The harness is quick and easy to put on - simply slip it over your dog’s head and then clip the Quick Release Buckles around the midsection. The five different adjustment points provide a near-custom fit.
An effective walking harness to eliminate the choking and pulling experienced with just a collar, the Tru-Fit Smart Harness features a halt ring on the chest plate. If your pup attempts to pull on a leash attached to the halt ring, it will just turn him around effectively training him that pulling will get him nowhere! The chest pad provides ultimate comfort by reducing stress on the trachea and sternum while dispersing kinetic energy across the chest of the dog.
The harness can also be used in the car as a dog restraint, preventing distracted driving accidents.
Includes 10-inch lead which can be attached via carabiner to any harness for training or attached to your car seatbelt system to restrain your dog while driving.
Measure chest and neck to determine harness size. The fit should be snug but not restrictive. See our guide on How to Measure Your Dog for a Harness.
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Swivel Tether: Our strongest tether system, featuring a carabiner used by arborists. Its swivel action also makes it harder for those escape artist pups to get free from their restraint or twist their seat belt tether. This tether is not crash-tested and can only be used to restrain our dog from causing a distracted driving accident.
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