Guardian Gear Lift & Lead 4-In-1 Dog Harness $37.99
AIRLIFT ONE : back end support harness Super November SALE | Harnesses and Walking Aids for Dogs and Cats | Walkabout Harnesses
The above picture shows ‘Leon’ wearing our Spero harness. The flexibility of this Canine Mobility Support system means it can not only cater for so many different injuries but also helps with rehabilitating your dog. (the Spero harness is designed for your ‘LONGER’ once a day walk and should ideally be taken off after the walk – it is not designed for constant lifting as the handles are not reinforced)
Don't struggle to lift your heavy dog into your vehicle anymore! The PupBoost Lift Harness makes lifting easier while preventing strain on your dog's legs and hips. A lightweight alternative to bulky pet ramps, also keeps you clean and free from pet hair.
This dog lift harness fits small to large breeds, in five sizes.
Where and how to measure your male dog for hip-lift harness sizing.
Made specifically for pets lacking mobility in their rear legs, the Rear Dog Lifting Harness will allow your dog to enjoy increased freedom as you help him or her outside to the bathroom, around the house, or on a walk around the neighborhood. Because the Rear Dog Lifting Harness lifts from your pet's hips and abdomen, it causes less stress on the legs and underbelly, making the lifting experience more enjoyable for your pet. Make sure to lift your pet gently when using the Rear Dog Lifting Harness, keeping a constant, even pressure to avoid pulling on one side of your pet's hips or back. After you secure the rear support harness onto your pet, you can lift your dog's hips, helping him or her gain more freedom of movement and enjoy greater independence. The support harness is perfect for around the house, car trips, or quick walks. Ruffwear Web Master has good instructions on how to properly measure your dog and find the right size harness. The harness did not come with any instructions. It took a while to find the that explains how to adjust and fit the harness. We did run into a problem while fitting the Web Master. One of the adjustable straps was stitched to the harness, preventing us from adjusting the strap. We were able to cut this rogue stitch to fix the issue adjust the fit of the harness. Putting the Web Master on Duke required him to put his head through the harness, lift his front right leg and bring it through a loop. Then we brought the straps around his torso and clipped them into the harness. The only time this was a problem for Duke was when we needed to get the harness off. He was excited and not cooperating and we had to struggle with him to get it off – he ended up running through the yard with it half on. We could also see it being a problem for dogs who have mobility problems with their front legs and having trouble lifting them through the harness.