Adjustable Leather Harness
As with all Fordogtrainer products, Fordogtrainer tracking harness is designed for simplicity and effective operation over a long life. Constructed from finest quality soft and strong leather, this harness is very comfortable for a dog to wear for long tracks and rescue missions and incredibly strong. Like all our harnesses this one is also sewn with polyester thread and is fitted with high quality brass buckles to create resilient, robust harness, which will ensure comfort and security for years of dog walking or tracking.
Heavy duty stitched and riveted. We offer this popular handmade, non-restrictive type harness, because of its superior design. People who do a fair amount of biking with their dogs enjoy using this harness.The design allows all harness straps to follow the contour of the body of the dog for unbeatable comfort and full range of motion of the head, shoulders and all four legs. The harness adjusts to fit your dog as he grows and changes. All the straps are hand-stitched to provide hours of continuous comfort in the field. We use only hand-made brass plated D-ring tracking line connections that will never rust.
The harness does not restrict the air flow of the dog in any way. This is an extremely important feature on a tracking harness during long tracks where the dogs need all the help they can get.In fact this is the main difference between an agitation harness. The agitation harness has a padded breast plate to cushion the dog when it hits the end of the line while doing protection work. The dogs need this cushion to absorb some of the shock of a tie out. This breast plate causes too much of an air flow restriction to be used in long police or Search/Rescue tracks. An agitation harness is also to heavy for long distance tracking.This harness is available in black or burgundy.
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CRAIG HARRINGTON, Clarksville, Tennessee, USA
Date added review: 06/07/2013
Guy, Maybe I should wait a couple of months because this dog is 7 months and looks like a hound, rather than a terrier, but I''ll put the harness on him when the weather clears up and try and get a picture of him just to see how he looks. Lastly, one of my very best friends, a retired Special Operations Colonel, told me yesterday that he had gotten a harness from you for his Border Terrier to ride on his Harley Davidson motorcycle. He lives many hundreds of miles from me and we only correspond via email. But he tells me he was very satisfied with the harness and now his son uses it on his own Irish Terrier. Up until yesterday I didn't even know he had one of your harnesses.
[5 of 5 Stars]