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NEW! Quick Release Padded Double Ultra Leather Protection and Tracking Harness
This is absolutely the finest agitation harness made. Handmade Amish Double Ultra Leather Dog Harness crafted from 2 layers of ultra leather throughout. Ultra leather is preconditioned so it feels broken in even though it is brand new. It is thicker and more durable than leather used in traditional agitation dog harnesses so it will not stretch, yet it still has outstanding flexibility and comfort.
The Double Ultra Leather Dog Harness has saddle-worthy stitching so good you can actually SEE the quality and strength. It is fitted with buckles at 5 key adjustment points allowing for a custom fit to your dog. The heavy duty, thick felt lined chest plate prevents chafing and disperses pressure across the dog's chest rather than across the throat which can deter strong barking. The heavy duty felt is horse saddle grade that won't break down after only a few sessions. Topping it all off is an improved built-in loop handle allowing the handler to get hands on during training if necessary and a heavy duty d-ring for your leash.
The new quick release clips are located on both sides of the harness to make it very quick and easy to put on and take off. Made with premium ultra leather and high quality hardware for maximum strength and reliability.
Colors: Black Only.
This is truly the finest heavy duty agitation dog harnesses available!
Girth M 25"-34"
Girth L 28"-36"
Girth XL 29"-38"
How To Measure Your Dog
Find your dog's girth, which is the widest point of your dog's chest and rib cage area. Harness size measurements are based on girth, which can vary according to breed. Some dogs, like Boxers, are more deep-chested than others. It is important to accurately measure your dog's girth for the best size possible.
1) Stand over your dog and place one end of the tape measure on his spine, just above the widest part of his rib cage.
2) With your other hand, wrap the tape measure behind his front legs and around his body, going underneath the widest part of his rib cage. Place this end next to the beginning of the tape. Put your thumb on the number that meets up with the beginning of the tape measure. The higher number is the girth measurement.
3) Order the proper harness size based on your dog's girth measurement. If your dog's measurement falls between two different sizes, order the larger size if want to allow room to grow.