• Hurtta - Active Harness - Juniper
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Hurtta Active Harness

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    • Juniper,16-18in
      sale $25.97
    • Raven,16-18in
      sale $29.22
    • Raven,32-39in
      sale $29.22
    • Juniper,39-47in
      sale $25.97
    • Raven,39-47in
      sale $29.22
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    Tech Specs

    Padding:
    yes
    Buckles:
    collar, chest
    Recommended Use:
    hiking

    Active Harness

    The Hurtta Active Harness is particularly helpful for dogs who would choke themselves out if you leashed their collar. Padding throughout the harness keeps pooches comfy on walks and hikes, and there are two adjustable buckles that ensure a secure, snug fit. The grab handle helps you navigate your dog through difficult terrain, and 3M reflectors add visibility when your hike's lasts longer than the sunset.

    • Dog harness for staying active on hiking trails
    • Padded mesh lining maintains comfort
    • Adjustable collar and chest ensures a secure fit
    • Leash attachment underneath grab handle
    • 3M reflector adds visibility in low light
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    Hurtta

    Active, Active Dazzle Harness
    Size16 - 18in18 - 24in24 - 32in32 - 39in39 - 47in
    Neckline

    11 - 14in

    (28 - 37cm)

    14 - 18in

    (35 - 45cm)

    18 - 22in

    (45 - 55cm)

    20 - 29in

    (52 - 74cm)

    26 - 35in

    (67 - 90cm)

    Chest

    16 - 18in

    (40 - 45cm)

    18 - 24in

    (45 - 60cm)

    24 - 32in

    (60 - 80cm)

    32 - 39in

    (80 - 100cm)

    39 - 47in

    (100 - 120cm)

    Neckline:
    The neckline measurement should be taken at the base of the neck, this being the widest point of the neck. The neckline of an overall can be larger than the circumference of the dog’s neck, as it can be adjusted to fit a smaller neck.
    Chest:
    The chest measurement should be taken at the widest point of the chest, from behind the front legs. To ensure sufficient freedom of movement, the chest of an overall should be wider than the dog’s chest.