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Coastal EZ Rider Dog Harness

$6.39
Regularly: $13.99
Today's savings: 54%
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Product Summary:

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Time to buckle up! This harness works with an existing front or rear seatbelt to keep your dog from being thrown or injured in case of an accident. It has strong webbing with a padded chest strap. Fully adjustable, lightweight and non-irritating with snap together buckles.

  • Sizing instructions: Measure girth (chest) for proper size.

    Sizes:

    X-Small -(chest size up to 16").

    Small -( chest sizes 16" -22")

    Medium-(chest sizes 21"-25"

    Large-(chest sizes 25"-34")

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    Product Reviews by Customers

    Rated 4 out of 5 by 1 reviewer.
    Rated 4 out of 5 by puppy aproved This harness has helped my beagle puppy with both riding in the car and walking. The harness keeps her focused while on the walk and helps with controling her when she tries to run after birds. She's also much calmer in the car with the harness on. My puppy actually seems to enjoy have the harness on, unlike the gentle leader we tried before. However, I do agree with the above review that the shoulder seatbealts are a bit ackward with the harness. May 4, 2009
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