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Product description

Size:Small (14" - 19" chest)  |  Color:Blue

No More Pulling, No More Tugging, Padded For Extra Comfort

With the Peak Pooch PADDED No Tug Harness, your pooch will be comfortable, and walks will be a delight. Made from durable nylon, the soft padding prevents chaffing and keeps your pooch comfortable. Strong stainless steel hardware will last you a lifetime.

No Tug Harness Features:
  • Padding along chest, body, and chaffing points makes this the most comfortable nylon harness on the market
  • Sturdy d-rings and o-rings provide safe and worry-free leash attachment
  • Matching leash and collar colors available
  • No Tug Sizing Measurements
  • Small Fits a Chest Girth of: 14" - 19" and is 5/8" in Width
  • Medium Fits a Chest Girth of: 20" - 26" and is 1" in Width
  • Large Fits a Chest Girth of: 26" - 32" and is 1.2" in Width
  • Please see the size measurement chart for direction on how to properly measure your pup!

    Avoid extended wear time and check frequently for any skin-coat irritations

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