STRENGTH RATED SAFETY HARNESS
Climbing, mountaineering, canyoneering, belaying or helping dogs up
steep and rocky terrain. An adjustable strength-rated dog harness
designed for lifting and lowering in exposed areas.
Harness is strength-rated to 2,000 lbf or 8.9 kN �
Four strength-rated, anodized aluminum lace-
back buckles for safety and
Strength rated webbing throughout �
Strength rated, adjustable martingale for a
customized fit �
Strength-rated tie in point for easy rope
Padded belly support, adjustable frame and leg
loops for steady weight
Leg loops can be tucked away for increased
mobility during approach
Contoured, athletic cut
Proper Harness Fitting
1. Feed the end of the webbing strap through the front lace-back
buckle, pulling tight so the bottom panel is snug against the dog’s
belly. Take the end of the webbing and lace it back through the
buckle. If your webbing is not laced back over the buckle, it is
incorrect an not safe or secure.
2. Repeat process for the rear buckle and strap, making sure to lace
back the webbing. Ensure the belly panel is centered under the dog’s
belly by sliding the panel to the right or left as needed.
3. Adjust the martingale straps to fine-tune the placement of the
martingale plate and belly panel. The martingale plate should be
centered over the dog’s sternum. The belly panel should begin
directly behind the dog’s front legs so that the rear girth strap
fits across the back of the rib cage.
4. One at a time, wrap the back leg loop behind the dog’s back leg
and bring the webbing up and around the inside of the leg to meet
the lace-back buckle on the hip panel. Feed the webbing through the
buckle and then lace the webbing back through the
Please see Safety Booklet that accompanies product for more detailed
measure the right size for the
Measurement around widest part of rib cage.
In between sizes: Choose the smaller harness for an active,