IDC® Powerharness with Side-Rings, Black, Size: 0
Chest circumference: 58 - 76 cm / 23 - 30 in
Weight of the dog: 14 - 25 kg / 31 - 55 lbs
Thanks to a major development in the IDC Powerharness the chest strap forwards the power lines of the leash.
Heavy duty buckles
The high-quality buckles of an IDC-Powerharness are rigorously tested and checked. This is especially important in winter, these buckles work perfectly and don't break in the coldest weather.
Removable interchangeable patches
Only the small labels fits the harness with siderings. There are about 1000 different interchangeable patches in various languages in stock, but you can also order a customized one especially for your dog. The IDC-Powerharness comes complete with a pair of fluorescent JULIUS-K9 series labels which glow in the dark.
Reflective edges and chest strap
One of the most important functions of an IDC-Powerharness is that it works well also as a visibility vest. The grey line of the chest strap and the edges of the harness are made of reflective materials, so the walking dog is visible in the dark even from a greater distance.
Highest quality certified by independent crash test. The buckle of the product has opened at 300 kg, but the harness itself did not break.
The original JULIUS-K9® Harness
The following two brand marks guarantee you that you have bought an original JULIUS-K9®product.
Do not Machine wash! Wash by hand at 40°C or lower.
|Hand wash||Don't bleach||Don't iron||Don't dry clean||Don't tumble dry|
|Chest circumference||23" - 30"|
Adjustment & Sizing
K9® is a European Trademark owned by Julius-K9®
Very easy to put on. Fits great. Dog still pulls but is easier to control and walk. No chaffing or rubbing on my dog. Have a sharpei so it’s hard to find a good harness to fit but this one does. Love it.
Shifts a bit side to side on my dog when he pulls sideways, but otherwise it works pretty well. The strap for the front doesn’t necessarily get tight enough to sit right, but I like the style and my dog isn’t too much of a spazz, so he can’t get out of it anyway