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    Default A good harness

    I'm looking for a better harness. I bought two but I think one is too big. The other got so twisted that i can't put it on him without the straps being all twisted. Any recommendations is appreciated.

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    Default Re: A good harness

    Try Gooby, big dog harness

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    Quote Originally Posted by GatorRay View Post
    Try Gooby, big dog harness
    YES! WE LOVE THIS HARNESS!!! Thanks to @GatorRay! FYI small fits Jake..he is 41 lbs

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    Thanks, looks great. Did u all buy it online? If yes, from where?

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    Default Re: A good harness

    Welcome to BUDDY BELT (A Division of Class Art Productions Inc.)

    I haven't tried the Gooby, right now my personal favorite harness for the big-chested bully is the "Buddy Belt". All leather, beautifully made. A little pricy but built to last. I bought Lucy a size 9 but I probably could have got her a size 8. She is full grown and weighs 54 lbs. Check it out.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Laura M Aguirre View Post
    Thanks, looks great. Did u all buy it online? If yes, from where?
    I did buy online..I went thru amazon...there were lots available..went with less expensive and the company I got it from was clearing the smalls out..so like $15...I like it because there is a built in handle on top..and it is very soft. My vet was so impressed she is trying to see if she could offer a few with the leashes she sells. You do have to slip their heads thru an opening..but no biggie..Jake just doesn't like that part..but life's tough!! It works like a charm!

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    I adopted Bullie 2 weeks ago and she came with the Yuppy Puppy harness. I'm really liking that harness. Her previous parents never used the harness on her because they didn't go for walks or anything that required it (her previous mom has MS). So, Bullie is not leash trained at all and would pull and tug and her strength makes it really hard for me to walk her. I tried that harness out and so far, it is working really great. It has these straps that go around her shoulder that would tighten if she pulls (same concept as a choke collar, I guess, except it doesn't choke her around the neck, it tightens around her shoulders). It's been great for leash training, that's for sure.

    I got Bullied and loving it!
    Bella "Bullie" Rose, adopted on July 24, 2011

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