X-Link Dog Harness
The X-Link is a dog harness with lead attachment points positioned at the front and rear of the harness. The front attachment is particularly useful for dog training and teaching your dog not to pull on the lead, while the rear D-ring allows the X-Link to function as a standard dog walking harness.
A FRONT CLIP DOG HARNESS FROM EZYDOG
The X-Link is a dog harness with front and rear attachment points. The front attachment aids in training and the rear D-ring allows standard walking. Choose the X-Link Harness for better control over your dog and more enjoyable walks.
BENEFITS OF A FRONT ATTACHING DOG HARNESS
A front attaching dog harness offers better control and humane training. The leash attaches to the front D-ring, encouraging your dog to walk beside you. More confidence and no negative associations.
A PADDED DOG CHEST HARNESS, PACKED WITH FEATURES
The X-Link Harness is comfortable and easy to use with dual SR buckles. Elastic girth strap for belly comfort and adjustable webbing for dogs of any size. Stainless Steel arched D-rings and reflective piping for night safety.
- Front & Rear lead attachment points
- Ergonomic arched D-Rings
- Elastic girth strap to ease pressure on belly
- Light accessory attachment point
- Easy to take on/off with Dual SR buckles
- Reflective piping for night time safety
Lots of webbing adjustment to fit dogs of any size
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How to fit EzyDog X-Link Harness
Refer to the Product Video tab above for the Fitting Guide Video.
For the best fit, measure the girth of your dog. The girth will take priority when selecting a size. (The girth being the area behind the front legs and around the body).
Fitted Correctly, the harness should be snug on the dog and not too tight.
1. Disconnect dual side-release buckles
2. Place harness over dog's head with size indication against dog's chest and light attachment on the dog's back
3. Reconnect dual side-release buckles and adjust until snug, but not too tight (being able to fit one or two fingers in between the strapping)
IMPORTANT: DO NOT OVER-TIGHTEN STRAPS! WHEN FITTED CORRECTLY, HARNESS SHOULD BE SNUG, BUT TWO FINGERS SHOULD EASILY RUN BETWEEN STRAPS AND YOUR DOG.