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Based on the hugely popular IDC design, the Stealth Powerharness adds further features to an already highly secure and durable harness.

Trusted by professional security services and law enforment officers worldwide, the IDC tactial harness has noiseless safety buckles as well as the anti-slip coating to the handle for extra grip.

The back of the harness allows for a dog safety light attachment or even a Go Pro camera to be mounted, making the IDC Stealth Powerharness a popular choice for everyday dog owners.

All of Julius K9's dog harnesses are trusted by professional dog trainers and pet owners alike.

 

Product Features:

  • Fully adjustable straps for a secure fit
  • IDC design and reliablity
  • Noiseless buckle safety fixings
  • Anti-slip handle
  • Go Pro attachment ready
  • Safety light attachment
  • Attachable labels optional

Julius K9 IDC Stealth Harness

£54.99 Regular Price
£43.99Sale Price
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  • Choosing the right size dog harness. The girth of the dog is measured about 4 fingers (2inches) behind the front legs where the belly strap will go around.

     

     

    Attaching the dog harness

    When attaching the dog harness, special care must be given to the proper adjustment of the chest strap and the belly strap. If the straps are left too loose, the dog might be able to back out of it, if the belly strap is too tight can be uncomfortable for the dog and the buckle may rubs the skin. So for the correct fitting please follow the steps below.

    When adjusting the straps, two things should be kept in mind:
    1. The chest strap should be adjusted in such a way that you can fit four fingers comfortably between the front legs of the dog and the belly strap (for sizes Baby1 and Baby2 it is enough to leave a two-finger distance).

     

    2. The belly strap is adjusted properly if you can slide your fingers under the harness on the back of the dog.