A step-in dog harness is easy to put on and take off.
The greater benefit of a Step-In Harness is that it does not need to be pulled over the dog's head, as others might, or the traditional H harness does - instead we simply allow our furry friends to STEP IN the harness (once placed flat opened on the floor) and simply close the buckle on the back of the dog.
Dog harnesses are beneficial because they distribute the pressure from the leash throughout the dog’s torso, which can prevent the risk of chocking or slipping out of a collar!
In addition a dog harness gives you much better control and is also easier on your arms and back.
Wearing hemp is great for the skin and the environment - hemp is considered the most sustainable material, in fact:
✔️ Hemp grows quickly and grows virtually anywhere ✔️ Replenishes the soil and absorbs toxic materials ✔️ Zero chemical fertilisers or pesticides required ✔️ Efficient fibre production ✔️ Everything gets used ✔️ Naturally biodegradable
SIZE GUIDE Using a soft measuring tape, measure your dog's chest just behind the front legs and up to the back. If your dog is between sizes, we suggest going up a size.
S - for dogs up to 10Kg Harness: Width 1.5cm; chest size 35cm - 55cm. Leash: 150cm long and the width is 1.5cm.
Breed suggestions: Puppy's first harness, Dachshund, Maltese, Pomeranian, Shih Tzu, Bichon Frisé, Bichon Havanese, Boston Terrier, Brussels Griffon, Cairn Terrier, Cavalier King Charles, Fox Terrier, German Spitz, Jack Russel, Lhasa Apso, Norfolk Terrier, Pequinese, Poodle, Schnauzer, Scottish Terrier, Teckel, Yorkshire Terrier
M - for dogs up to 20Kg
Harness: Width 2cm ; chest size50cm - 75cm.
Leash: 150cm long and width 2cm.
Breed suggestions: Beagle, Cavalier King Charles, French Bulldog, Japanese Spitz, Pug, Basset Hound, Cocker Spaniel, Collie, Corgi, Coton De Tulear, Nova Scotia DTR, Shetland Shepherd, Shiba Inu, Tibetan Terrier, West Highland Terrier
L - for dogs up to 30Kg Harness: Width 2.5cm; chest size 58cm - 99cm. Leash: 150cm long and width 2.5cm.
Breed suggestions: Vizsla, Weimaraner, Siberian Husky, American Bully, American Pitbull, Boxer, Bull Terrier, Collie, Dalmatian, Dobermann, English Pointer, Foxhound, German Shepherd, Golden Retriever, Irish Red Setter, Labrador Retriever, Old English Sheepdog, Pointer, Rottweiler, Shar Pei, Siberian Husky, Staffordshire Bull Terrier