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Dog Harness
The "Step-In" style harness is extremely easy to fit, fully adjustable, comfortable and strong.

Can be used for walking – particularly useful for dogs with neck, or throat issues. Many people prefer to walk such small dogs on a harness, as it spreads any strain broadly across the body, instead of localised on the neck.

Extra Small – May be used as a restraint in a car, but unable to be used with Black Dog's Seat Belt Strap, because the D Rings are too small – you can't put big, heavy D Rings on such small dogs, it would slow them down too much.

Can be used in a car to restrict a dog moving around and becoming a distraction to the driver.

When combined with Black Dog's Car Strap (sold separately), the Dog Harness will hold a dog steady even under emergency braking from a high speed, but it is NOT INTENDED as a dog's "safety belt", as most harnesses will fail under the extreme forces generated in a car crash.

Extra Small – 12 mm wide collar and girth straps – adjustable girth from 30cm to 40cm

Small – 12 mm (collar), 20mm (girth) webbing straps – adjustable for a girth from 39cm to 53cm

Medium – 20mm (collar) 25mm (girth) wide webbing straps – adjustable for a girth from 51cm to 73cm

Large – 25mm wide webbing – adjustable for a girth from 70cm to 100cm

Balance Harness
The Black Dog Balance Harness is a training tool and should be used as part of a training program to reduce your dog's tendency to pull on lead. It helps stop your dog pulling on lead – it helps you train your dog to balance correctly on all four feet and not rely on the lead – They learn to walk comfortably without the need to pull.

      * Gently Stops Dogs Pulling and allows Effective Training

      * Control from the Front and the Back, using a Double Ended Lead

      * or Just Connect at the Front, with a normal lead.

      * Easy to Fit and adjust – comfortable and strong.

      * Restores Balance and allows Effective Lead Training.

A great Walking Harness, and an effective training alternative for dogs with neck issues, or if a head halter is not appropriate.