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Puppy harnesses

Here you will find the most popular harnesses for puppies. The most popular harnesses for small and medium breed puppies are the Curli and Nordog. The Dashi and Sonia harnesses are highly adjustable and there are sizes for puppies of all breeds. Should the harness not fit your puppy, you can of course return the harness.

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Puppy harnesses

Puppy harnesses come in small sizes, are easy to put on and can be adjusted.
If your puppy doesn’t like having anything over their head, we recommend a ‘step-in’ harness.  If your puppy doesn’t mind having a harness put over it’s head, you can also choose an H-harness or a Y-harness, which sits further behind the front legs.

Do puppies have to wear a harness?

If you want your dog to wear a harness as an adult, it’s a good idea to introduce the harness to your dog as a puppy. In general, the harness is said to be more gentle on the dog’s body, as the strain is distributed over the fetlock and sternum. If you have a large puppy that tends to pull, a harness is ideal as it is more ergonomic and gentle on the puppy’s neck.

How do I find the right size?

Harnesses have their own size guide, typically you should measure your dog behind the front legs and around the neck. If you choose an adjustable harness, choose the smallest size possible that your puppy can just fit when you get it.
That way you can adjust as the puppy grows. For example, if your dog measures 20 cm behind the front legs, you should choose a range that starts as close to 20 as possible, e.g. 20-28 cm rather than 18-22 cm. The harness should not be too tight, but the puppy should not be able to get out of the harness either. A good rule of thumb is that you should be able to fit a couple of fingers between the harness and the dog.

Do puppies need a harness or collar?

We recommend both. The harness because it provides a gentler pull on your dog until it has (hopefully) learned to walk nicely on a leash. The collar because your dog can wear it at all times, including dog tags, so they can quickly return home if they get lost. For puppy training, whether a collar or harness is best depends on your dog – but consider whether you’d prefer to wear a collar or harness in the future and start with that, so your dog gets used to it from the beginning.