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    Does anyone have the Ferplast Ergocomfort harness?

    They look quite comfortable for the dog, but I was wondering how easy they are to get on and off.

    It needs to be something that doesn't have to be pulled over the ears, so thought this might be good.
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    I havn't tried this one but there are quite a lot of reviews on it.
    http://www.petplanet.co.uk/product_g...=112&pg_id=680
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    Hi Nicki

    Not far from me there is a large pet shop called "Water World" and they had these in stock so now at the weekend I shall go back and try one as I am not happy with the Rogtz one Lily has on and I dont like the pull over head ones like Puppia or the Fleece (I wish the Fleece people would do a step in one ) type so I am on the look out for 4 step in red quality harness,plus if they are in stock it saves messing with post and then returning them if they dont fit. So will let you know Nicki but they did look nice.
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    Thanks very much - it will be interesting to see what you think of it "in the flesh"

    Another alternative might be these ones

    http://www.zooplus.co.uk/shop/dogs/d...arnesses/14788

    There's a similar one in red here

    http://www.dog-store.co.uk/dog-store...esoftline.html

    {but I have no experience with that stockist}

    I had these before for my boys and they were very comfortable in them.



    BTW the fleece harness people do make a "perfect fit" harness which has neck clips too, so you don't have to pull it over their heads...

    http://www.dog-games.co.uk/shop/perf...ce-dog-harness


    Unfortunately my lot are in and out of the water a lot so those are not practical for us
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    Hi Nicki

    Just off the phone to Watreworld and they have and xsmall red at 33.99 so they are keeping it for me till Saturday so will let you know then .Will now have a look at the other fleece type .
    Brian M

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    that's expensive Brian...

    Petmeds are doing it for 18.40 - the cheapest I've seen so far...
    https://www.petmeds.co.uk/p-5649-erg...s-x-small.aspx
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    I have one of these harnesses. It doesn't have to be pulled over the head as the whole thing comes undone and is extremely easy to adjust. I have the small size and its quite just big enough for Dylan who is 9kg. I've only used it a couple of times so I'm not sure how hardwearing it is regarding the clasps.
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    I can get these in. They are expensive though about EUR40 is that right? If anyone wants one shipped just email me tara@dogtrainingireland.ie

    http://www.ferplast.com/ergocomfort_eng.php

    Actually I like them will check the price and upload them to our shop now

    www.dogtrainingireland.ie/shop

    Hope this helps!
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    ok I have uploaded them but I can only get sizes small medium and large although I am not sure that cavaliers would be xs or small I think small. I can ship anywhere.

    Starting at EUR25 and right now can only get orange..will be able to get grey and red too in couple days.



    http://www.dogtrainingireland.ie/sho...e060e65560ecc6
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    Thanks Tara.

    Has anyone else tried these?

    What did you think of it Brian?

    Thanks for your feedback Jane.
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