|Material||Polyester, Neoprene||Polyester, Neoprene||Neoprene||Nylon, Polyester||Rubber, Neoprene|
|Lifestage||All Lifestages||All Lifestages||All Lifestages||All Lifestages||Adult|
|Harness Type||Front Clip||Front Clip||Front Clip||Front Clip||Front Clip, No Pull|
|Breed Size||Small Breeds||Small Breeds||Extra Small Breeds, Small Breeds||Large Breeds||Small Breeds, Medium Breeds, Large Breeds|
|Leash & Collar Feature||—||—||—||—||Reflective|
The front strap is not adjustable, even though the size is "correct" the neck hole is way too big. I thought maybe it would be ok since is not a walking harness except our dog slid out of it and started running amok in my truck! If I were in an accident she would likely come right out of the harness and be ejected. IF the front strap fit properly it would probably be a great harness since it's comfortable and seems to be well made, but only having 1 strap adjustable just makes no sense.
I don't normally review something this early in the product's life, but I've had my 35 pound terrier mix out twice with this harness and it's such an improvement over any other we've tried with him. We went with a Medium, we knew it would be a loose-ish fit around his neck (that strap isn't adjustable) but that actually works to our advantage, because his least favorite part of the process has been sliding anything over his face. This one is loose enough, he doesn't much care, and it's made the whole process of getting him out the door much more hassle-free. Better still the straps are very wide and aren't digging into his under "arms" (yeah, they're legs!) like an older one wound up doing. Of course that was because he'd continued to strain and pull at the leash, before. He really hasn't done that, much, on these two walks and he's had plenty of incitements from the usual suspects. I haven't had a chance to buckle him in and drive him anywhere, but I like the peace of mind knowing that if something terrible were to happen, he should be more likely to survive a collision.
I have two large dogs, and prior attempts to secure them in the car have failed miserably. These harnesses worked perfectly for both of my 80 lb Mastadors.