Don't risk your dog's life to an untested, uncomfortable and unsafe harness! The PupSaver Harness is the only harness we recommend for use with all PupSaver models. Please email our Harness Guru at email@example.com with any questions!
To measure your dog's PupSaver True Fit Size, you must measure in two places:
Neck Girth: The measurement should be at the base of the neck/ at top of chest.
Chest Girth: The measurement should be just behind the front legs around the ribcage.
It may be easiest to grab a string and measure your dog, then measure the length of the string. Alternatively, a tailors measuring tape can work great! Choose your size, sizing up if you are worried your pup might grow a little more (or gain a little weight).
Please keep in mind - harnesses are not meant to be a custom fit. If you can just fit your fingers beneath the harness and your dog's fur, it fits.
*Typically Fits: Dogs Weighing 6 -13 LBS (Some 5 - 7 lb dogs with smaller girths may find this harness too large)
X-Small: Neck Girth: 17″ Chest Girth: 18″- 22″
*Typically Fits: Dogs Weighing 13-21 LBS
Small: Neck Girth: 20″ Chest Girth: 19″- 26″
*Typically Fits: Dogs Weighing 20-30 LBS
The PupSaver Harness is:
Crash Tested — Our harnesses have been through the same rigorous crash tests as the AirPupSaver and have been proven crash test safe again and again. Because of this, we only recommend using the PupSaver Harness with the PupSaver.
Comfortable — Dogs love their PupSaver Harness. The front (chest-side) D-ring makes the PupSaver riding experience easier for your dog by keeping their point of connection at a stable, low connection. This allows you to give your pup slack to be comfortable, without risking choking.
Easy to Use — The buckles we chose for the PupSaver Harness make for quick and safe attachment/detachment. Many owners use their PupSaver harness as their regular harness-of-choice on walks. The low connection point on the chest helps keep dogs that pull from walking you.