Our harnesses are manufactured here in the UK and are made from nylon webbing.
The fasteners on both sides of the neck and either side of the barrel enable you to put the harness on your dog without having to put it on or pull it off over your dog's head, or lift a leg. The fasteners are shaped to fit the contours of your dog's body making them more comfortable than a standard flat plastic clip.
If your dog is not comfortable with the harness for any reason, we refund the cost of the harness in full provided the harness is returned in perfect condition.
We stock a variety of sizes ranging in size from extra-small to extra-large enabling us to supply harnesses for a wide range of dog breeds and blends from Papillons to Pyreneans.
Four colour choices are available; black, navy blue, green and purple.
The different rings give you more choice of where to attach the lead. You can use the harness with two points of connection, attach a lead to the double D rings at the back of the harness, or attach a long line or lead to the single D ring on the back of the harness near the withers.
If your dog lunges at people, cars or other animals or panics in some situations we recommend you use a secondary lead attached to your dog's collar as a back up to the harness and lead configuration you choose.
Please note these harness are not suitable for use in salt-water.
Measurements and sizing
Our harnesses are adjustable around the neck and the barrel.
The neck piece measurement is taken around the base of the dog's neck below the collar.
The body piece measurement is taken around the rib cage, a few centimetres behind the shoulder giving room for the elbow and shoulder to move.
There is a choice of two lengths of back piece for the medium and large harness. If you work with multiple dogs you can buy additional back pieces giving you more choice when fitting a dog in your care without having to invest in full harnesses in different sizes.
We stock three different lengths of lead in two different webbing widths. The lead that will be most suitable will depend on your dog and you, as well as the activities you both enjoy.
If your dog is small you will need a longer lead as the dog is further away from you.
The 1 metre lead can be used on its own but is more effective when used with two points of connection in conjunction with a sliding handle. The sliding handle minimises the amount of tension passed down the lead if you need a firm grip to contain your dog in an emergency situation.
The 1.5 and 2 metre leads in wide webbing are available in four colours; green, navy blue, black and purple.
The 1.5 and 2 metre leads in narrow webbing are available in two colours; green and black.
The 3 metre leads in both the narrow and wide webbing are currently only available in black.
The 2 metre lead can be used on its own attached to either the double D rings, or the single O ring on the back piece. They can be used with or without the optional sliding handle if the lead is attached to two points of connection, or the optional handle can be attached to the end of the lead if a single point of connection is used to give your dog more space and room to enjoy sniffing when out and about.
The 3 metre lead is best used with a single point of connection on either the single O ring on the back piece or the double D rings on the back of the harness. These leads are ideal for dogs that need more space to explore when out and about but need to stay on the lead for safety reasons.
They are also beneficial when progressing from ACE Free Work at liberty and equipment is introduced as the dog progresses through the steps, or for situations where dogs cannot be at liberty during ACE Free Work sessions.
Our fleece lined handles can be used in conjunction with our double ended leads. They can be attached to the end of the lead if one point of connection is used, or as a sliding handle where the lead is passed through the large O ring and both clips at each end of the lead are attached to connections on the harness.
The sliding handle minimises the amount of tension passed down the lead if you need a firm grip to contain your dog in an emergency situation.