Asked by Rod, August 31, 2012 at 03:36:50 PM EDT.
Q: Just bought the 39" (XXL size) for my chocolate lab, who weighs 101 lbs. It seems that the top part of the harness slides towards one side of his body when using the leash. I can only tighten it so far, right next to the buckle attachment. Does this mean XXL is perhaps a tiny bit too big? Or is there another way I can try to tighten it up a bit more on him?
Answered by GWL, August 31, 2012 at 07:32:00 PM EDT.
A: If there are excessive gaps (more than 2 fingers) between your dogs girth and the harness then it may be too big and you could try a smaller size. However, it's not necessary to have the harness so snug that it stays in the centered position like a saddle would need to. It's okay for the harness to shift a little bit to each side so long as it's not interfering with his stride or making him uncomfortable.
Asked by Anonymous, August 11, 2012 at 04:09:56 PM EDT.
Is the D-Ring on this harness plastic or metal? (It's hard to tell from the picture.) Thanks for your help! :)
Answered by GWL, August 11, 2012 at 07:32:47 PM EDT.
A: The D-Ring is metal.
Asked by Dianne, April 23, 2014 at 09:45:02 PM EDT.
Q: My Oliver's girth measurement is 19 and his neck measures 13. Would he need size 24 can it be adjusted smaller. Or does he need the 18 if it can be adjusted bigger. Thank you
Answered by GWL, April 24, 2014 at 05:40:37 PM EDT.
A: There are gaps in the sizes of these at this time. I would recommend trying the 18 to see if it fits. Doubtful the 24" would work unless you used over top of clothing, jackets, etc.
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