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Howling Dog Alaska Hound Harness

(1 customer review)

£24.99 £21.99

Measurement “A”: The circumference of the dog’s neck from an inch or so above the shoulder blades to an inch or so above the breastbone and back

 

Measurement “B”: From in between the shoulders to the end of the body

 

 

 

S: A 17 inches, B 20 inches (30 – 40 lbs.)

 

M: A 18 inches, B 22 inches (41 – 50 lbs.)

 

L: A 20 inches, B 23 inches (51 – 60 lbs.)

 

XL: A 21 inches, B 24 inches (61 – 70 lbs.)

 

XXL: A 22 inches, B 26 inches (71 – 80 lbs.)

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Description

HDA have designed the Hound Harness for difficult to fit, wide and deep-chested sled dogs – especially purebred pointers and pointer crosses, which usually stand out because of their square build and shorter body.

Specially constructed neck opening and breastplate keep the harness centred on the dog’s chest while pulling. No more harness turning and twisting, no more underarm rubbing! Guaranteed! The unique construction of the neck opening minimizes pressure on the dog’s trachea, as the pull force is distributed mostly to the sides of the “collar”. Not suitable for narrow chested dogs such as Alaska and Siberian Huskies.

This harness is made out of 1-inch wide lightweight, extremely durable tubular webbing. Closed-cell padding extends along the harness’s entire length for added comfort. The Hound harness features reflective stickers for increased night time visibility. This is a full-length harness in an x-back style.

Additional information

Colour

Red, Yellow

Size

L, M, S, XL, XXL

1 review for Howling Dog Alaska Hound Harness

  1. Akosua Efa

    For those comparing the HDA Hound Harness to the the more usual x-back design of the HDA Hybrid Light Weight Harness:

    The Hound harness fits longer in the back despite the stated measurement, looser around the neck, and a little wider at the chest. I would recommend it to longer built, and wider chested dogs.

    XL fit a 66lbs, narrow and deep chested wolfdog with neck 49cm and back 65cm. I would consider the neck and weight measurement to be the most significant indicator of fit rather than the back length.

    I was sent this harness in error and tested the fit before exchanging (which was well handled, as postage was refunded to me and the person I spoke to was very respectful of the error) for the Hybrid Light Weight Harness which is more appropriate for my dog’s narrow, square body.

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