- Five way adjustable to a custom fit
- No legs to lift
- No pain, no pressure, no choking
- Easy to put on and take off
Adjusting this beautiful Sure Fit Harness with a five way custom fit for your dog is easy. Custom fit a growing puppy, your senior dog, and every size and shaped dog in between. High quality adjusting slides will stay where you put them. Two snap-closures at the shoulders, no more wrestling a wiggling leg through a loop or fumbling with a buckle under the belly of a long haired dog. It's easy, slip the harness over your dog's head and snap the clips. If you need a true safety belt for your dog please see our Pet Buckle.
To get the proper size harness, you will need to measure your dog's girth. Girth is the distance around the body at the widest part of the rib cage just behind the front legs. (refer to diagram). Please measure your dog in the standing position to get the most accurate measurement.
- Measure the girth using a cloth measuring tape or a piece of twine, ribbon, etc.
- Choose your dog's best size using the girth ranges from the chart.
Cleaning: Sure-Fit harnesses may be laundered in your washing machine. With darker colors (such as red, green blue, black), wash separate to avoid harness dye discoloring your other items. Harnesses can also be hand washed with mild detergent and rinsed. Hang to dry.
Guarantee: If the Premier item you purchased at SitStay.com has any sort of accidental damage or hardware failure, including chewage, you can exchange it for that same item as long as we still carry it in the online Store. Return the item with a money order or cash of $8.00 per item (Nebraska residents add 7% tax) . We will ship you a brand new product. (We will not take a credit card for this exchange.) This guarantee does not include items that are simply dirty, outgrown or lost.
Brand: Premier Pet Products, Inc.
Made in China
How to properly measure your dog for a good fit
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Posted by Unknown on 21st Oct 2013
Have a 7&1/2 pound dachshund. She's a hunter & so far she has kept it on while digging under shed in back yard (unlike some other harnesses we tried) My only problem, is my problem: with arthritic fringers, it is very difficult to open the "buckle" It would be nice if you could widen the harness material @ the catch, & use a wider buckle; The small is OK; not grand, but it does give me something to get a grip on..