Ruffwear Web Master Pro Harness

Ruffwear Web Master Pro Harness
Ruffwear Web Master Pro Harness
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Web Master Pro Harness by Ruffwear
From working dogs to pups still struggling with, "stay," the Ruffwear Web Master Pro Dog Jacket allows easy assistance and comfortable control of dogs. The secure design keeps it in place, and two points of leash connection let you choose the best way to keep hold of your companion--a single-piece anodized aluminum V-ring up front and a webbing loop at the rear. An oversized handle makes it easier to lift your dog into the car, boat, or chairlift. The customizable fit with five points of attachment allows full range of motion, and reflective trim keeps your dog visible in low light. Two zippered pockets store treats, doggie bags, and other small necessities. Finally, it comes in a highly visible red color that keeps working dogs look professional.

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