Tracking / Pulling / Agitation Leather Dog Harness For Pitbull

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  • Model: H5###1072 Designerg harness for Pitbull

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Full Grain Leather Pitbull Harness

Professional full leather pulling/tracking harness. This is another truly beautiful piece of hand made working dog equipment! One of the best available harnesses. The pulling / tracking harness is some of the most functional and handsome on the market today. Made for pulling and tracking harness is built for strength, comfort and safety.

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Our pulling / tracking harness is expertly crafted to provide maximum strength and durability. A precisely designed breast strap is lined with extra thick felt to offer supreme comfort for your dog and to absorb the shock of a strong dog during pull work. The harness is designed in 4 different sizes and therefor fits almost any dog. It's three way adjustable so you can adjust it to fit to your dogs dimensions.

How to size your dog for this harness:

Small:

  • around the neck of the dog (green color on the picture):
    17.5-25.5 inch (44-64cm)
  • around the chest behind the front legs (red color on the picture):
    24.5-30 inch (62-77 cm)
  • chest strap (blue color on the picture): 23.5 inch (60 cm)

Medium:

  • around the neck of the dog (green color on the picture):
    26-34 inch (66-86 cm)
  • around the chest behind the front legs (red color on the picture):
    30-35.5 inch (77-90 cm)
  • chest strap (blue color on the picture): 26 inch (67 cm)

Large:

  • around the neck of the dog (green color on the picture):
    28-35 inch (71-89 cm)
  • around the chest behind the front legs (red color on the picture):
    31.5-40 inch (80-102 cm)
  • chest strap (blue color on the picture): 28 3/4 inch (73 cm)

Extra Large:

  • around the neck of the dog (green color on the picture):
    28-35 inch (68-90 cm)
  • around the chest behind the front legs (red color on the picture):
    39-51 inch (99-130 cm)
  • chest strap (blue color on the picture): 30 inch (77 cm)


Our pulling / tracking harness will quickly become your favorite trial or training equipment! This harness is available in black or brown.

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We are very pleased with the harness we got from you we are right now trying to decide on the right collar to order for her. She stays in the house but when she goes out she is tied up and all the ones we keep buying her last not very long. She continues to pop the rivets out of them. Her name is Chip she is a pit and after we bought the harness when walking her everyone thought she was a boy so I put a pink bow on the harness. Again thank you for the the wonderful website. Rokita from USA.

General "Woof" Tip: We are involved in making our Pitbull harness over 10 years and have century of combined experience in making you and your dog happy when our products involved and when you need our help before or after order placed.

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