EzyDog Convert Harness

by EzyDog

£29.33 £35.00
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EzyDog Convert Harness

by EzyDog

£29.33 £35.00
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  • Description
  • Size Chart
  • How to Measure
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First and foremost, the EzyDog Convert Harness is a great dog harness in its own right because it distributes load evenly across your dog's chest and sides and not the throat as a collar would do.

The reason the Convert Harness gets its name is because you can 'Convert' it to carry added saddlebags or tags (see pictures).

This beautiful dog harness is super soft on your dog's coat yet incredibly tough and rugged for full outdoor usage. Feel free to go tearing through the woods or swimming in water, your Convert Harness will be doing you proud in the elements. 

As with all EzyDog harnesses, there a stainless steel D-ring that never rusts and there an additional magnetic grab handle for when you need close control.

  • Fully adjustable chest strap for size adjustment
  • Beautifully soft cotton lining for your dog's comfort
  • Durable polyester outer harness shell 
  • Reflective piping for low light and night time use
  • 'Convert' panels for saddlebags and label tags

Either strap some EzyDog Saddlebags or Labels to your Convert Harness to turn your dog into a working pooch. With the saddlebags you can load your pooch up with accessories such as toys, drinks or food. With the label tags you can call your dog a 'Bodyguard', 'Security', Crazy Dog' or even a 'Naughty' dog. 

Please note: If EzyDog Saddlebags are also required, the Small saddlebags fit the Convert Harness in sizes Small to Medium. The large bags fit large to XXL Covert Harnesses. 

Size Chest
XS 42-53cm
S 52-66cm
M 62-79cm
L 70-90cm
XL 80-110cm
XXL 86-116cm

Hurtta Harness Measuring Diagram

HOW TO MEASURE YOUR DOG

  1. Make sure your dog is standing upright and you have your tape measure handy.
  2. The chest (1) measurement should be taken from just behind your dog's front legs. Wrap the tape measure all the way around your dog's chest. We recommend adding a few fingers for comfort.

TIPS 

  1. Between sizes? Try measuring the chest for a fairly snug fit without room for your fingers. Then try measuring again with a few fingers in the tape measure. If your first 'close fit' measurement was already borderline and your 'fingers' measurement pushes the reading into the next size, we suggest going for the next size. If however both measurements fall within the smaller size, opt for the smaller size.
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