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Can you please recommend a harness...

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pantsjustpants Sun 28-Dec-14 08:41:13

That my pup can't wriggle out of! We currently have a Pets at Home one but it's rubbish. It loosens off as we're out and about and if she's pulling away from something (she hates going in the car for instance), she can get out of it! On Christmas Day I had my toddler running in one direction and pup in the other. Luckily pups recall is 100% better than ds's.

MelanieCheeks Sun 28-Dec-14 08:42:03

What age and breed? What do you mean by harness?

crapcrapcrapcrap Sun 28-Dec-14 08:43:01

Perfect Fit looks pretty impossible to wiggle out of, and it's sized individually for your pet so won't loosen.

basildonbond Sun 28-Dec-14 09:17:50

Our Houdini pup has never managed to wriggle out of his perfect fit harness - would definitely recommend

pantsjustpants Sun 28-Dec-14 09:18:58

She's 7months and Springer spaniel/Patterdale terrier cross. She's small Springer size.
I mean a round the body type harness for when we're waking on the lead.

Thanks crap, will have a look. The one we have is rubbish, it works loose

Bubble2bubble Sun 28-Dec-14 11:30:27

I have just ordered Perfect Pit harnesses as they have been so highly recommended.
That said,after Monster pup either ate or wriggled out of everything else I bought him an Ezydog Harness which he has been in for two years now - slightly cheaper than Perfect fit and not bad.

Floralnomad Sun 28-Dec-14 12:53:20

I use a Doxlock for my patterdale x , he has never escaped from it and he has escaped from plenty of others , I like it because it's easy to get on and off and washes nicely .

catnipkitty Mon 29-Dec-14 19:05:53

I like Togz, my terrier is always very happy to wear hers plus they can go in the washing machine!

SpicyBeat Mon 29-Dec-14 22:15:14

I use a Ruffwear webmaster for my pattie x. It's the only harness I fell is completely escape proof due to having an extra band around the belly.

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