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When should I order a custom weight pull harness?

Discussion in 'Obedience & Sports' started by MMSmith, May 2, 2014.

  1. MMSmith

    MMSmith Good Dog

    Rhys will be a year old the end of this month and I'm curious if I should wait or go ahead and measure him for a custom harness. His practice harness is too big and I don't like pulling much more than some drag weight behind it; I don't want to mess up his form with an poor fit. Don't get me wrong, it's all right for drag work, but definitely not a drag sled or any serious weight.

    I've seen him around several of his male relatives. He's nearly their size now and I think he's nearly done growing. Sure, his musculature will change with work, but I think he's about as big as he's going to get.

  2. Boogieman

    Boogieman Good Dog Premium Member

    I'd say you're safe but the possibility does exist he could outgrow it
  3. Leslie H

    Leslie H Good Dog

    I'd get it. A good harness isn't that expensive, and you want him to develop good pulling form.
  4. MMSmith

    MMSmith Good Dog

    Thanks guys. Just what I needed to hear!

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