Agitation/Protection Leather Dog Harness for Pitbull

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Heavy duty full leather Protection harness. This is truly beautiful piece of hand made working dog equipment! One of the best available harnesses. The Pitbull agitation harness is some of the most functional and handsome on the market today. Made for agitation or protection work our agitation harness is built for strength and comfort. Our agitation harness is expertly crafted to provide maximum strength and durability. A precisely designed breast plate is lined with extra thick felt to offer supreme comfort for your dog and to absorb the shock of a strong dog hitting during bite work. Specially built for the stress of agitation work. The dog harness is designed to fit almost any sized working dogs. It's five way adjustable so you can adjust it to fit to your dogs dimensions.

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Once all straps are adjusted, the dog harness can be quickly put on the dog by using only one buckle and strap. This harness is handmade from high quality, heavy duty strong leather. It is flexible and will not rub or wear into the skin of your dog.

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Designed so the resistance is on the shoulders and not on the throat our agitation harness allows dogs to bark and track in free way and still be restrained enough. Straps are 1 1/4" wide, and assembled using capped rivets for extra durability. Made of finest quality soft and strong leather with strong nickel plated buckles and rings that won't rust for long life. D ring is stitched and rivetted so it won't pull out. This heavy duty Protection harness is valuable tool for agitation work, designed to withstand the rigors of professional K9 duties. Our Protection harness will quickly become your favorite trial or training equipment!

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Key features of this Pitbull Dog Harness:

  • Full grain genuine leather
  • Beautifully crafted
  • Four-way adjustable straps
  • Thick felt padding for ultimate comfort
  • Wide breast plate and straps
  • Quick release buckle
  • Be in control handle (option)
  • Polished brass fitting (option)
  • Long life

Intended use of this Pitbull Dog Harness:

  • Walking, Running, Hiking
  • Obedience training
  • Leash and off leash training/activities
  • Agitation work
  • Effective in controlling APBT dogs

Sizes available:

  • Small
  • Medium
  • Large
  • Extra large

Available colors:

  • Black
  • Brown

How to size your Pitbull for this harness:


  • around the neck of the dog (green color on the picture):
    14-25 inch (35-64 cm)
  • around the chest behind the front legs (red color acon the picture):
    25-38 inch (63-95 cm) 


  • around the neck of the dog (green color on the picture):
    19 - 29 inch (48-73 cm)
  • around the chest behind the front legs (red color on the picture):
    27-42 inch (68-105 cm) 

Extra Large:

  • around the neck of the dog (green color on the picture):
    22-34 inch (55-85 cm)
  • around the chest behind the front legs (red color on the picture):
    32-50 inch (79-125 cm) 

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Dear Dan,
Thank you so much for the agitation/ protection harness. I have a 75 lb pitbull that loves to pull and he has broke every harness I have bought him in 4 years. I have a good feeling your leather harness with the breast plate will last a long time. It was nice to find a website with items specifically for the American pitbull terrier that doesn't promote fighting. Thank you.

From :Lauren, USA.     

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