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Damn you werehorse!!!

Discussion in 'Dog Chat' started by sid&kira, Nov 4, 2012.


  1. sid&kira

    sid&kira PetForums VIP

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    I have literally only just spent £45 on new harnesses for the sibes...

    Just looked at the pics of your walk and saw your harnesses! Now i want them instead :cryin:

    Do you recommend them? and wheres the cheapest i can get them in the UK?

    I blame you! I was happy with the ezydogs till I saw yours :nono:
     
  2. Werehorse

    Werehorse PetForums VIP

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    :lol: Sorry! :D

    I like them - I'm not sure if I would prefer some that don't cut straight across the shoulder though, although it doesn't seem to bother my two. But they've had them a while now and they get very mucky and so far so hard-wearing!

    We got them from Podgey Paws in Keswick, I can't remember how much they cost though - didn't shop around for the best price cos they are so helpful and nice in Podgey Paws I like to buy from them when I can. :)
     
  3. sid&kira

    sid&kira PetForums VIP

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    they seem to sit further back than the ezydogs, im wondering now if our harnesses are too in the armpit, though they dont seem fussed :rolleyes:

    does the chest size come up good? is it doesnt look adjustable!

    I might have to bite the bullet and get one, and if i like it sell on the ezydogs! argggg :lol:
     
  4. Werehorse

    Werehorse PetForums VIP

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    Oscar's is very roomy across the chest - but he has big pecks and fills it. Hugo is a funny shape and the one that fits round the barrell is a bit tight on the chest, it was fine when we got it but he's grown since and I think he might need the next size up now anyway.

    Another similar one to look at if you like the style are "Hunter" harnesses - Oscar used to have one of them and that fitted nicely - unfortunately I can't remember why we ditched it, whether it was a whim or whether it was worn... it seemed pretty robust but he didn't have it very long, quite possibly I just changed it on a whim or he may have out-grown it actually.

    What happened to my remembery? :lol: :blink:
     
  5. Emmastace

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    Zooplus do a good range of Hunter harnesses including the Norwegian style and they aren't much £20-£30 if I remember. Hunter stuff is very robust and washes well.
     
  6. sid&kira

    sid&kira PetForums VIP

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    the OH has banned me from buying any :( guess i'll just have to wait until these ones get worn :(

    damn men, trying to suffocate my addiction :cryin:
     
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