The Ruffwear Front Range Harness is our most popular every-day dog harness! It is padded, easy to put on and has 2 leash attachment points - including a chest ring so it can be used as a training tool to redirect dogs that pull on leash.
The Front Range Dog Harness by Ruffwear is comfortable, secure and durable. This dog harness is great for daily use or can be used as a training harness as it has both back & front chest lead attachment points (scroll down this page to read some further training tips!). Easy to put on, it has 4 points of adjustment so will fit most breeds.
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Two leash attachment points (on the back & chest) - A strong aluminum V-ring centered on the back is great for everyday walks. While the reinforced webbing chest attachment point can be used for training to redirect dogs that pull.
- Four adjustment points - so the harness securely fits most shapes and sizes.
Reflective trim - means that your dog will be more visible in low light conditions and a light loop to attach The Beacon light to boost visibility.
Light foam padding for comfort - on the chest and belly make it more comfortable for your dog to wear for long periods and helps minimise the chance of rubbing.
Easy to put on/take off - just slip the harness over your dog's head, then clip the 2 side buckles
- ID Pocket - to store dog tags
- Pair up any Ruffwear leash to your harness order & SAVE 10% on the leash! Use 'SETSAVE10' at checkout
How to Choose the best Size & Fit
Dog is in-between sizes? Choose the larger size
|Dog's Chest/Girth Measure
|33 - 43cm (13-17")
|43 - 56cm (17-22")
|56 - 69cm (22-27")
|69 - 81cm (27-32")
|81 - 107cm (32-42")
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Training your dog not to pull? Here's how the Front Range Harness can help
The Front Range Harness has a reinforced webbing lead attachment point on the chest that can be used alongside proper training techniques (e.g., voice and reward training techniques) to help deter pulling. The idea behind this is that if a dog pulls too hard when the lead is attached to the chest, it will pull them around towards you (like reins on a horse). Hence, your dog may learn that pulling does not get them where they want to be. Ruffwear have a great article that goes into this in further detail - Exploring Politely On-Leash
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Secure the fasteners and hand wash with mild detergent. Lie flat and air dry.
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