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    Default Re: Harness help! - Julius K9 or Brilliant K9

    [QUOTE=TyTysmom;585698]Awesome thanks! Tyson is a big boy at 79lbs. So I wonder if I would need to go up a size. Grrr. online ordering stinks! But please let me know, so I have something to compare too [
    I just checked and yes the harness is a size 2!

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    Default Re: Harness help! - Julius K9 or Brilliant K9

    [QUOTE=Chumley;585822]
    Quote Originally Posted by TyTysmom View Post
    Awesome thanks! Tyson is a big boy at 79lbs. So I wonder if I would need to go up a size. Grrr. online ordering stinks! But please let me know, so I have something to compare too [
    I just checked and yes the harness is a size 2!

    how big is Chumley?
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    Quote Originally Posted by Chumley View Post


    how big is Chumley?
    Chumley is 60lbs.

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    Default Re: Harness help! - Julius K9 or Brilliant K9

    Some more info on the Julius K9 harness. > https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=mfFSBH4LNgk

    My older guys have them.

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    Default Re: Harness help! - Julius K9 or Brilliant K9

    Quote Originally Posted by cali baker View Post
    I think you can definitely wait til he's a bit older b/c then you'll have to buy another harness to adjust for his size. I am very happy w/the Julius K9 harnesses myself; i got a size 2 for the boys who are 4yo, 70lb and 57 lbs.
    Same here we love it!!

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    Default Re: Harness help! - Julius K9 or Brilliant K9

    My little bulldog likes to "back out" of her current harness. She puts her head down and straightens out front legs. How does the Julius k9 work for that?

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    Default Re: Harness help! - Julius K9 or Brilliant K9

    Duchess wouldn't be able to back out of the K9 harness because it goes over the head, with the Velcro strap going across the chest, and then the buckle strap does up under the tummy. It's very easy to put on and take off, but is very secure. My guys were able to walk out of other harnesses I've tried in the past, but they have never been able to get out of the K9 Harness.
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