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Hi All,

I have a  used Julius K9 IDC Power Harness (Size 2) for the first person let would like it and NEEDS one. Still in good condition.

I changed to the ones with the extra safety strap around the buckle and just noticed I have way to many laying around. 

Info and colour: https://julius-k9.co.uk/idc-powerharness-size-2-autumn-touch.html

I will ship anywhere within reason via UPS for free.

Thanks

DAN

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That's a great offer Dan I'm sure someone will take you up on the offer

they are a great harness :up:

 

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You could see if your local rescue centre needs a harness for volunteer walkers?


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9 minutes ago, Jo said:

You could see if your local rescue centre needs a harness for volunteer walkers?


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Good idea. Just posted on local SASD Facebook. I will let it go to whoever asks first. :)

Thanks Jo.

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DOTS London are a charity for the dogs of homeless people in London, they take donations too, that's who I sent Astros old Julius to :) their address is on their website


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2 hours ago, DanUK said:

Hi All,

I have a  used Julius K9 IDC Power Harness (Size 2) for the first person let would like it and NEEDS one. Still in good condition.

I changed to the ones with the extra safety strap around the buckle and just noticed I have way to many laying around. 

Info and colour: https://julius-k9.co.uk/idc-powerharness-size-2-autumn-touch.html

I will ship anywhere within reason via UPS for free.

Thanks

DAN

If its still available i know two dogs that need one, 3 if  you count my own

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Thanks for all your replies. After checking time stamps on posts between Facebook and here. Facebook won and it's going to my local husky rescue.


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Ok thank you but still asking would one be better than the mesh sporn harness we have at the moment and if so how do I measure for a new harness. Thank you in advance for the advice as  a newbie. 😀

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7 minutes ago, Shelley15 said:

Ok thank you but still asking would one be better than the mesh sporn harness we have at the moment and if so how do I measure for a new harness. Thank you in advance for the advice as  a newbie. 😀

Look at this link https://julius-k9.co.uk/blog/cat/julius-k9-faq/post/how-to-measure-your-dog-for-a-harness/ 

I dont know anything about the Sporn Harness but if use a long lead (15m/50ft+) I recommend the Julius K9 as they have a huge chest strap which ensures the dog does not hurt themselves when they get to the end of the monster lead :) 

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Do you think it is suitable for our husky if so I would love to have it. As we are using sporn one at the moment as she came with it.

I've used the Julius K9 for my 2 and Cai managed to get out of it twice, have you looked on Indi dog website?


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Ok thank you but still asking would one be better than the mesh sporn harness we have at the moment and if so how do I measure for a new harness. Thank you in advance for the advice as  a newbie.


As above Astro managed to get out of his Julius K9 once too, He now has a Houdini ultra harness from Indi Dog


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No I have had a quick look bit not very detailed as I'm not sure how to measure for one is it around the chest and stomach?  As her one at the moment goes over her head them legs have to be placed through the gaps so it lays under her legs and then you pull the cord to tighten it and clip your lead to it. So as you can see I need HELP when it  comes to harnesses. Thank you will look into the info one s and may even message them. She has a sporn mesh Chest harness you can get at pets at home .

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No I have had a quick look bit not very detailed as I'm not sure how to measure for one is it around the chest and stomach?  As her one at the moment goes over her head them legs have to be placed through the gaps so it lays under her legs and then you pull the cord to tighten it and clip your lead to it. So as you can see I need HELP when it  comes to harnesses. Thank you will look into the info one s and may even message them.


On Indi Dogs website there is a section which tells you how to measure for each kind of harness. I would recommend her harnesses over any other!


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Thank you she in very good at the moment but I feel it's not right now as we are doing most working than the people who use to have her so want a tidy safe one (so not to have her escape).😂

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Amy wiggled free of her K9 - as above, she is now in an Indi-dog hudini!! Its great and less bulky too, I had an extra ring on the front and a handle stitched on top for extra control
As Rachael said, there is a measure guide on website (if I can do it any one can!!) and you can email/ text Sid with any question she's quick to respond and her work is top quality


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Mowgli has got out his harness a couple of times but I still think they are the strongest and best if you have a crazy nutter on a long lead. I will try a indi-dog in the near future as a good 50%+ of people on hear use them


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Amys a crazy nutter on a long lead too! ( and short one for that matter!!) the indi dog is very strong, all made to order so fit really well, I personally feel there is more freedom of movement around chest and it doesn't need to be as snug fitting as the waist strap on hudini stops escape! The y belt on K9 rubbed Amy on her belly and without it she could easily wiggle out


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Ok Jo. I'm sold. I'll measure up and get one ordered I love buying Mowgli presents as I still feel guilty for forgetting his birthday in June


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Ok Jo. I'm sold. I'll measure up and get one ordered I love buying Mowgli presents as I still feel guilty for forgetting his birthday in June


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Indi dog sell a vari_harness, its adjustable and arrives within 2 days, my two have one each and they are the best harnesses I've used.


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