Julius K9 - IDC Power Harness - Size Baby 1

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IDC Powerharness - XXX Small (Baby 1)

Colour: As available
Size: XXX Small (Baby 1)
Dog chest size: 11.5-14 inches / 29-36cm
Dog weight: 2-6.5lbs / 0.8-3kg

Designed to be durable, comfortable and practical for all dog breeds and sizes, the IDC Powerharness is the ultimate dog harness for both pets and active service dogs.

The Innova Dog Comfort (IDC) Powerharness has been specially designed to be comfortable for dogs to wear over long periods, as well as being extremely secure. No Jarring and twisting of fragile necks and throats, and gives you stability and better control of your best friend. Our stock is supplied directly by Julius K9 UK. These are the genuine product and not cheap and nasty fakes that some retailers are unknownly selling..

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

Product Features:

  • Reflective chest strap and edging
  • Sporty appearance
  • Breathable and skin friendly inner lining
  • Toughened fixing buckle for safety and comfort
  • Luminous changeable side labels (comes with brand logo)

Common harness size for the following puppies and fully grown breeds:
Important: Always measure your dog or puppy to ensure a correct fit

  • Chihuahua
  • Other smaller dog and puppy breeds


TAKING YOUR DOG'S MEASUREMENTS CORRECTLY Taking thorough measurements of your dog is essential for choosing the correct harness size. Place 4 fingers behind the front legs to find where to measure the chest (girth) for harness sizes 0, 1, 2, 3 and 4, and 2 fingers to take measurements for sizes Baby1 and Baby2.

PUTTING THE HARNESS ON YOUR DOG Before putting on the harness, it is very important to adjust the chest strap and the lower strap under the chest correctly. If the straps are too loose, the dog might be able to back out of the harness. When the lower strap under the chest is too tight, it is 'merely' uncomfortable for the dog.

When the chest strap is too tight, the buckle rubs against the dog's skin in the armpit area, which can cause chafing. If the lower strap under the chest is adjusted correctly, there should be enough room for you to fit your fingers between the dog's back and the harness.

SECURING THE HANDLE The handle part on the IDC Powerharness has 4 di erent fastening options. It is possible to secure only the INOX ring or only the handle, or both, or neither. Handles on IDC harnesses (sizes Mini and Mini-Mini) and K9 harnesses can be secured/covered up with velcro, thus minimizing the risk of the dog getting caught on something by the handle part. This is especially important for dogs running free.

WHAT TO DO IF THE DOG BACKS OUT OF THE HARNESS? In case your dog attempts to slip out of the harness by backing out of it, or tries to pull its head out of the collar, avoid pulling the leash.

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