Kurgo Tru-Fit Smart Harness with Plastic Quick Release Buckles, Black

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The Tru-Fit Smart Harness is quick and easy to put on; simply slip it over your dog’s head and then clip the Quick Release Buckles around the midsection. The five different adjustments provide nearly a custom fit, and the chest pad makes sure that even if Fido misbehaves on the walk or in the car he can be controlled. Whether walking or riding, this harness will keep Fido secure and you in control! Can be safely used with any vehicle seat belt or the Kurgo Auto Zip Line.

Key Benefits

  • Wienerlock plastic quick-release buckles make it easy to get on and off
  • Broad, padded chest plate for extra protection and comfort
  • Can be safely used with any vehicle seat belt or the Kurgo Auto Zip Line
  • Functions as an auto or walking harness, providing ultimate comfort by reducing stress on the trachea and sternum while dispersing kinetic energy across the chest of the dog
  • Five adjustment points for a perfect fit on all shapes and sizes

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  • Item Number
    54648
  • Breed Size
    Large
  • Material
    Nylon

Size

Size Neck Chest Weight
X-Small 9 to 13 inches 12 to 18 inches 5 to 10 pounds
Small 12 to 23 inches 16 to 22 inches 10 to 25 pounds
Medium 16 to 25 inches 18 to 28 inches 25 to 50 pounds
Large 19 to 30 inches 24 to 34 inches 50 to 80 pounds
X-Large 24 to 35 inches 28 to 44 inches 80 to 110 pounds

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  • He's Buckled In!

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    This is the third harness I have bought for my dog - not because anything was wrong with the other ones, but they just weren't the ones I needed for him. The first was just a regular Kong harness but didn't have a front leash clip. My pupper, Astro (a 5 yr old rescue) pulled so much that I decided I needed a Gentle Lead. My Rescue Rep suggested the chest harness one for him, because it allowed more control over the dog. I bought that, and it did, but then when I put him in the car, I had no way to secure him. He refused to stay in the back and was very anxious. He wanted to be ON my lap (he is a chocolate lab- he cannot be on my lap.) and almost crashed us a couple times. That brings us here, This is the third harness I have bought for my dog - not because anything was wrong with the other ones, but they just weren't the ones I needed for him. The first was just a regular Kong harness but didn't have a front leash clip. My pupper, Astro (a 5 yr old rescue) pulled so much that I decided I needed a Gentle Lead. My Rescue Rep suggested the chest harness one for him, because it allowed more control over the dog. I bought that, and it did, but then when I put him in the car, I had no way to secure him. He refused to stay in the back and was very anxious. He wanted to be ON my lap (he is a chocolate lab- he cannot be on my lap.) and almost crashed us a couple times. That brings us here, to this harness! The buckle feature was a big selling point and so far it's working well. Astro has no idea why he cannot move freely about or jump out of a moving vehicle (*sigh*) but at least he can't. It's attached to the seatbelt, so unless the belt locks up, he can make it streatch to the back if he wants to climb over the seat when I'm filling gas. For walking, it is also working well! I had to sort of figure out the adjustments, and it took a whole two weeks of walking to realize that the front clip parts can unsnap and be adjusted up to the higher loop and snapped in. Before doing that, it was very loose on his chest plate, allowing him to pull just a bit more than I would like while training him. Once adjusted, it fit him very snug! He is also very small for a chocolate lab--only 50lbs--since he's a mix, so he's right on the top of a medium size. Thankfully, it fits him well! I like this harness and I hope it lasts him a long time! … more

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  • Ozzy Loves it

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    We got this for our then 5 1/2 month old German Shepherd/Australian Shepherd mix. He was right in between a medium and a large. We went for the large and I am glad we did. It was a little loose on him when we first tried it on, but we just had him wear it but used his normal collar for the leash. After about 3 weeks it fit him perfectly and still does at the smallest setting. He doesnt seem to mind it at all and luckily has no problem with it slipping over his head. It is easy to take off and put on and I love how secure it feels on him when we go on walks or car rides. I did buy a different seat belt holder just because I liked the design better where it clicks into the seatbelt instead on being We got this for our then 5 1/2 month old German Shepherd/Australian Shepherd mix. He was right in between a medium and a large. We went for the large and I am glad we did. It was a little loose on him when we first tried it on, but we just had him wear it but used his normal collar for the leash. After about 3 weeks it fit him perfectly and still does at the smallest setting. He doesnt seem to mind it at all and luckily has no problem with it slipping over his head. It is easy to take off and put on and I love how secure it feels on him when we go on walks or car rides. I did buy a different seat belt holder just because I liked the design better where it clicks into the seatbelt instead on being tied on like this one. But as far as the harness goes I love it. … more

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  • Still pulls

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    We have used this for 2 weeks on our 4 month old golden doodle that is 32 lbs... doesn't fit real well, and he still pulls. Maybe we aren't using it right, I know it says to walk them use the front clasp, if we do that the harness turns on his body too much. The seat belt part is also complicated....

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  • I love it :)

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    I bought this harness more for the car to protect my girl. I have a good sized Pitbull and the Large fits her like a glove. I feel so much better now knowing that she's belted in properly like the rest of the family when we go for our rides. The tether is good size, giving her room to move in her seat still, and so easy to use. And may I compliment Chewy.com on their customer service??? I received my package two days after I ordered it!!! Thank you so much!

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  • I feel safe with my dog in the car

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    My dog gets car sick if he cannot see where we are going, so he cannot be in a crate in my car. If he is buckled in, he can look out the window and he does not get sick. The seat belt keeps him in the back seat, so he is not a distraction to the driver. I also know that he will be safe, in the event of a car accident.

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  • Not good for the car!

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    I really liked the harness itself - once you get everything adjusted for fit, you can just use the quick-release buckles to get it on and off. However, I bought this harness to use as a "seatbelt" for my dog, since it was advertised as a car restraint system. Ha! It might work fine if your dog is very calm and still in the car, but not if your critter is fairly active while you're driving. I tried both options shown in the instruction manual. One way, the seatbelt goes through the loop of the adapter, and you clip the carabiner to the harness; the other way, the carabiner goes directly onto the buckled seatbelt AND through the harness, to (theoretically) keep your dog on a shorter leash. My dog I really liked the harness itself - once you get everything adjusted for fit, you can just use the quick-release buckles to get it on and off. However, I bought this harness to use as a "seatbelt" for my dog, since it was advertised as a car restraint system. Ha! It might work fine if your dog is very calm and still in the car, but not if your critter is fairly active while you're driving. I tried both options shown in the instruction manual. One way, the seatbelt goes through the loop of the adapter, and you clip the carabiner to the harness; the other way, the carabiner goes directly onto the buckled seatbelt AND through the harness, to (theoretically) keep your dog on a shorter leash. My dog is still very excitable in the car and wants to climb into my lap, and needless to say, he figured out that a buckled seatbelt can stretch while the car is moving. He was all over the backseat, on the floor, and tangled up in the seatbelt itself. And yes, I DID try putting the adapter around both the shoulder and lap belts at the same time. I was worried my dog was going to strangle himself getting tangled up like that, so I returned it. If your dog is pretty tame in the car and just sits on the seat like a person would, then this is probably fine - it will keep your dog from becoming a flying projectile or escaping and getting lost. However, I would never recommend this as a way to keep a 'busy' dog secure in the car - I definitely recommend using a crate of some type instead. … more

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  • Well made harness

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    The harness fits pretty well, would be easier if it had a buckle for the neck too, instead of pulling over head. Over all I am happy with purchase and it well made.

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  • Buy a different one

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    I thought this would be great for keeping my dog safe in the car, but he chewed through the nylon on the third time he wore it. If he could chew through it that fast, I doubt it would hold up to the impact of a car accident.

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  • Sizing Chart Not Correct

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    The one I got was the largest they had. Said 44" girth on chart. My dog is 42" girth. Wouldn't fit. Measured harness at max girth. It's only 32" girth. Chewy sent one that they said would fit and it's even smaller?

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  • It fits!

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    I've had an issue finding a harness that fits my doberman's large chest and tiny neck. This fits beautifully. For reference she is 78 pounds. Lots of room for an even larger animal.

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