Kakadu Pet Cheyenne Adjustable Harness

Information About Cheyenne Adjustable Harness:

Train your pet to walk without pulling by using this dog harness! Cheyenne Adjustable Harness is a stylish and practical pet restraint for managing your dog. It is a Roman-style harness that is made from durable nylon material, which makes it great for everyday use. And this dog restraint is easy to attach to leads with its D-ring.

Cheyenne Adjustable Harness has geometric patterns that make a unique fashion statement for the pet and its owner. This fully adjustable dog harness measures ½" in width, best for small dogs, and is available in attractive Red, Purple, and Black colored patterns.

Unique Features of Cheyenne Adjustable Harness:

  • Durable Roman-style nylon harness
  • Fashionable geometric pattern
  • Available in ½" Small size - Best for small dogs, such as Pugs, Jack Russell Terriers, Shih Tzus, Cavalier King Charles Spaniels and Bichon Frise
  • Fully adjustable from 12-20" chest circumference
  • Includes a D-ring for easy lead attachment
  • Comes in the following attractive colored patterns: Red, Purple, and Black
  • Great to use with Cheyenne leads

Care Instructions:

  • This product may be machine washed or hand washed
  • Water should be warm, not hot (less than 86°F/30°C)
  • Mild soap may be used, but no bleach
  • Air dry only as product may shrivel and/or shrink in the dryer

How to Measure the Harness Size:

Harness sizing is based on the adjustability around the chest circumference. With the dog standing, use a dressmaker's tape to measure the circumference of the chest, around the animal's ribcage, just behind the front legs. Measure snugly against the skin, not loosely. Then add an extra 5% to your measurement, or an additional two fingers for larger dogs, to get the correct size of harness required for your pet.

 

You pay $8.49


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Style Number: KPS-LAC-00099-CONFIG
 

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