PETAC GEAR Tactical Dog Harness K9 Working Dog Vest
- Lightweight And Breathable:Mesh Design Ensures Comfort And Breathability
- Load Rating Of 200 Lbs：Military Specification Webbing And Ring Ensuring Your Dog Is Safe During Training, Hunting, Working, And Any Other Occasions.Comfortable.
- Benefits For Dog – Fitted With A Chest / Belly Pad- Distributes Dog’S Weight For Shifting During Tracking, Agitation. Comfortable Slope From Shoulder To Mid-Rib Area And Full Range-Of-Motion In Legs And Chest For High-Intensity Tracking Or Search And Rescue Work. Compatible With Modular Pouches, Hook Packs / Patches For Complete Outfitting.
- Benefits For Handler – Two Top Handles, And A Low Profile Vertical Center Handle For Easy Lifting, Lowering, And Rappelling. The Multiple Grips Allow For Easy Support Of The Dog In A Variety Of Situations.
- Warm Tips：Please Carefully Measure The Size Of Your Dog’S Chest, Girth And Ribs And Refer To Our Sizing Chart To Choose A Right Size. Ideal For K9 Such As German Shepherd(Gsd), Belgian Malinois, Dutch Sheperd, Great Dane, Husky, Doberman Pinscher, Beagle, Labrador Retriever, German Shorthaired Pointer, Rottweiler Etc. A Professional Working Dog Vest For Service, Police Or Military Dogs, And Also Great Choice For Companion Dogs When Hunting, Hiking And Do Other Outdoor Sports.
PETAC GEAR Tactical Dog Harness K9 Working Dog Vest Customer Review
carla – Love this harness! Even Enoch loves it! Great buy
Jacob – Received this item today and since there were no reviews before this one I immediately grabbed the Forward and rear handle and tried to rip it apart as well as the leash loops bc I would rather rip it then than lose my dog on a walk like I have seen with other harnesses but all stitching held wonderfully and I’m 6’3 205 pounds and work out a decent amount if that’s any account. After I finished my quick torture test I put it on my dog and the fit was great for my dog And adjustments were very easy To make but hold very secure ( I recommend being very stringent when measuring your k9) after figment I proceeded to lift my 75# shepherd with ease while paying close attention to how the pressure was being applied to his stomach and ribs to find That the harness has great weight distribution and held him very securely even though I was skeptical if the plastic “cobra” buckles that I assumed were aluminum, although they are very beefy injection-molded abs and I’m impressed with the functionality and quality. All stitching seems very good and the chest flap Velcro’s under the Buckeyes to keep it from sliding as well. All in all very impressed with the 79 dollars shipped in two days. Good substitute/backup for a ray allen ($250) or lbt ($620) in a pinch I Will update after a couple of weeks of good hard use or if anything fails although they do provide a 1-year complete warranty on it which I’m impressed with.
NameNotDoo – I saw a question yesterday about the MOLLE and carrying food and water for their dog for 3 days. To start off, this harness/vest is thin. The base layer is very lightweight, it consists of a very porous mesh, with one firm nylon strap going down the spine. There is velcro on either side of the vest to make a tight fit on the dog, as well as the 4 buckles straps. Next, are nylon straps securing the front of the dog. On top of the thin mesh is a relatively firm layer of laser-cut MOLLE on a fuzzy side of velcro. The buckles are certainly not genuine cobra buckles, they are plastic but seem quite sturdy for being plastic. If you intend to carry food and water for your dog for 3 or more days, be sure to purchase the smallest size you can. My dog is a puppy, and he lies on the border between medium and large, so I bought a large. The vest fits decently with the velcro, but the straps have no tension on them whatsoever. To avoid discomfort over long periods of wearing this, if your dog has short hair, I’d recommend a shirt of some sort under this vest. The tight fit will help secure the MOLLE attachments to your dog. The laser-cut MOLLE seems strong enough, the only issue might be the fit the vest has on your dog, which will affect how much the vest rolls and bounces on your dog’s body. I’ve included images of the largest bag I could fit on my dog’s medium vest, with the most secure fit I could get. It seems if the straps are more than 4 MOLLE loops apart, they will not fit evenly and securely on both sides. For a several day excursion, I’d suggest carrying several canteens of water on one side, and a bag long enough to cover the entire vest, not obstruct your dog’s head movement, and thin enough to be only as wide as a canteen, filled with the same weight of food/ gear as you have water weight on the other side. This way you can maximize the amount your dog can carry. I’ve never had my dog try to carry weight, but I don’t think he could carry much. Each of my bags are filled only with an army UCP jacket and trouser, and he did not want to jump on my bed with the weight. This is probably the best MOLLE vest regarding length, fit, and possible carry weight, for ~$50 that you’ll find on this site.
Joel – Great