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Post by Steve on Thu Sep 13 2012, 18:46

my sam harness look this

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I'm looking for a good one the one he got now last 7 years i brought miles away I'm unlikely to go anywhere that shop again, I have look around Sad they poor weak or poor quality

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Post by Kathy on Thu Sep 13 2012, 19:06

Steve, the one Sam uses is the same as we have for Rocky. I bought it from the Woodgreen shop about 6 months ago and it is still looking really good. Woodgreen is the rescue centre we got Rocky from and they have a shop attached. We had to get the Xlarge size for him.

It is available elsewhere though, the link below is for the Ancol online shop:


http://www.ancolpetproducts.co.uk/show.php?itemid=&groupid=DOTCHANI&colour=Looking for a good harness Redimimg.php?image=179810
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Post by Guest on Thu Sep 13 2012, 19:20

I think the Ezydog ones are great and very robust, and as a bonus not that expensive

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Post by Guest on Thu Sep 13 2012, 21:00

My girls have ezydog harnesses and also non pull harness from the Halti ppl. It looks a bit like that harness at the front but has soft fleecy bits that go behind the legs both are good http://www.amazon.co.uk/Non-Pull-Dog-Harness-Med/dp/B000UVTB4U/ref=sr_1_2?s=pet-supplies&ie=UTF8&qid=1347566354&sr=1-2

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Post by zoe2004 on Thu Sep 13 2012, 21:30

I just bought a ezydog one that come today so testing it this week
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Post by Guest on Thu Sep 13 2012, 21:30

zoe2004 wrote:I just bought a ezydog one that come today so testing it this week

and where's our model pic ???

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Post by Guest on Fri Sep 14 2012, 11:01

memphis been using an ezdog one for about 18 months now and still looking new as they wash really well when get scruffy like they do Blushing

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Post by saffi28 on Thu Sep 20 2012, 14:53

I absolutely swear by the Julius K9 harness.
http://canineconcepts.co.uk/en/dog-harnesses/2917-julius-k9-power-harness.html
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Post by Kathy on Thu Sep 20 2012, 17:30

saffi28 wrote:I absolutely swear by the Julius K9 harness.
http://canineconcepts.co.uk/en/dog-harnesses/2917-julius-k9-power-harness.html

Rocky has one of these and is capable of getting out of it, a right little Houdini he is though. Laughing
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Post by Steve on Thu Sep 20 2012, 17:31

I'm looking for a roman(standard) harness them ezydog shape ones billie is already getting out of hers

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Post by zoe2004 on Thu Sep 20 2012, 18:23

Dave wrote:
zoe2004 wrote:I just bought a ezydog one that come today so testing it this week

and where's our model pic ???

Will get pic when his feeling better, he use to be ok with his first blue harness which he would sit and do paw to put on then changed to next size up and he suddenly got scared and would hide and run, after buying this one he is getting better by not running but still unsure about harnesses but he will get there!

I think teally good support compared to others.
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Post by saffi28 on Fri Sep 21 2012, 14:16

[quote="kathytake2"]
saffi28 wrote:I absolutely swear by the Julius K9 harness.
http://canineconcepts.co.uk/en/dog-harnesses/2917-julius-k9-power-harness.html

Rocky has one of these and is capable of getting out of it, a right little Houdini he is though. Laughing [/Little Monkey, l - did you buy the T Bar to go with it as well?? Laughing ]
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Post by proud papacass on Sun Sep 23 2012, 17:36

I prefer a leather harness with a Halti lead. Just purchased this one for Buster from ebay and must say the quality is fantastic. Bridle leather padded chest plate and he seems really comfortable in it loads of adjustment so should fit him up until he needs an adult one. Absolute bargain as well £13.99 delivered. Links at the bottom.

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