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How to put on a Dog Harness

7th Mar 2022

Harnesses are becoming increasingly popular as design improves and dog owners learn the benefits they provide. A quality harness from EzyDog is easy to fit, can give you more control over your dog and lessen the strain on the neck and joints. Each harness is different and the way you put on a harness varies from dog to dog.

The EzyDog Crosscheck Harness

The EzyDog Crosscheck Harness is ideal for dogs who pull or are in training. Here’s how to fit this harness:

For the instructional video watch it now:

The EzyDog X-Link Harness

The X-link harness has a front clip to provide training and behavioural advantages, with the flexibility to swap to the rear clip at any moment to use as a conventional dog walking harness.

How to put this harness on a dog diagram:

The EzyDog Convert Harness

Perfect for larger dog breeds, the Convert harness comes with a grab handle, customisable side labels an optional UpFront D-Ring attachment. This is how to fit this dog harness:

How to put on The Convert Harness:

For the instructional video watch it now:

The EzyDog Express Harness 

The Express Harness is a basic, streamlined dog walking harness with a variety of useful functions, including a grab handle and a sliding ring to help stabilise the harness. The ideal all-rounder!

This is how to put on this dog harness:

The EzyDog Chest Plate Harness

The Chest Plate evenly distributes the load across the dog’s chest and has a wide range of adjustment. This harness can be placed on quickly and easily.

How to put this dog harness on:

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The EzyDog Quick Fit Harness

The Quick Fit Harness really is as simple to fit as a collar, but it has also been designed to be comfortable on your dog.

How to put on the Quick Fit Harness: 

For the instructional video watch it now: 

The EzyDog Drive Car Harness

The EzyDog Australia Drive Harness is a car safety harness for your dog. Fits dog breeds 7kg and over.

How to fit the Drive Car Harness:

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