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    Hi i want to buy Lola a new harness but am looking for recommendations please.
    I have had a puppia but Lola hates having it pulled over her head!!! so im looking for something else now.

    Thanks alot
    sharon & lola xxx

    mummy to my darling Lola (tri).

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    Hi Sharon,
    I really like the Puppia harnesses, but our two don't like them being pulled over their heads either. Have you looked at the Puppia step in type harness? It's a jacket style that they step into which velcro's and clips at the back. At the moment, my two girls are wearing the zebra print ones and they look so cute (as well as them looking really comfortable in them)

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    http://www.petplanet.co.uk/product_g...=112&pg_id=680

    I found this one in a previous post. I havn't used them but there are lots of reviews and maybe some other members might have experience of these.
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    Brian M has one of these!! They do look good but fiddly if you have more than one dog.

    I love these - http://www.softouchconcepts.com/ they don't pull in them and even my badly affected Syringomyelia dog is comfortable in it. Easy to put on and off too.

    Unfortunatley they no longer ship direct to the UK but you can get them from http://www.dogtrainingireland.ie/shop/catalog/ {Tara on the board}


    These are really nice too

    http://www.petplanet.co.uk/product_g...d=112&pg_id=47


    Hmm does it show that I have quite a collection?? {harnesses AND dogs LOL }



    Someone also posted recently about the fleece lined ones - I think I did a while ago too!! Might be worth searching back for those - they can be made to fit any dog.
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    I use step in harnesses by Trixie, they are pretty and practical and some have matching leads. I nearly forgot, the puppy has one made by Wag 'n' Walk, very pretty and robust.
    Last edited by Kate; 12th April 2010 at 02:50 PM. Reason: added more info
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    I ordered custom made step-in harness from this site on etsy(she was having a 2 for one sale) http://www.etsy.com/shop/3pooches

    She ships everywhere and you can get collars, leads, and all other stuff in any combo you wish. My girls are great with the step-in and you can adjust each portion of the harness for a perfect fit.
    Suzanne mom to Chelsea(ruby girl), Vivian (tri girl),Kara(rescue kitty), Tyson and Candy(Tonk kittys at the bridge)

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