NERVOUS - Large adjustable Vest Harness

Features:

  • Fits max neck 43cm (17")
  • Chest 55-80cm (22-32")
  • Front Length 27cm (10.5")
  • 3 words embroidered in black
  • Anti-rust nickel plated rings on front and back

WARNING NOT SUITABLE FOR BULL BREEDS OR DOGS THAT PULL.

FOR EXTRA LARGE DOGS SEE STRAP HARNESS.

Fitting Instructions:

Simply slip harness over your dogs head and fasten the girth strap. 

Exchange & Delivery

  • All items sent daily via Australia Post from Sunshine Coast, QLD
  • 500g standard post 3 to 6 business days - $8.50
  • 500g express post 1 to 2 business days - $11.35
  • Further cost above 500g, totalled at time of check out
  • Exchange & Refund Policy

    Customer Reviews

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    R.P.
    Bright and obvious on my border collie - great quality

    My deaf border collie girl is reactive when out and about, predominately when startled by people or dogs approaching with no warning. The bright yellow stands out, the padded harness can be adjusted to fit perfectly and helps to keep her under control. Absolutely recommend, especially in combination with the 'deaf dog' lead also from Friendly Dog collars.

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    C.W.
    Nervous dog harness

    Crystal just loves her new harness. She'll push her head through the collar as soon as it's held out to her.

    S
    S.L.B.
    Perfect

    The size fits perfectly and little Bella finds it very comfortable to wear. Have already had comments and people asking where to buy it from.

    B
    B.O.
    Worked wonders, perfect fit

    Our Ruby was super shy in initially meeting other dogs and took a while prior to warming up and playing with them. With the harness, other owners are aware of Ruby’s nerves and are extra friendly and encouraging to her, and call off their dogs if they are making a boisterous greeting. Ruby is close to no longer needing this harness as it has worked extremely well for her confidence. She is 22kg and it fits her perfectly.

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    A.K.
    Cute

    It’s great that peoplenotice it and ask, but she’s a friendly dog, you just need to not pat her straight away. Maybe one that says “friendly, but nervous” or “ask for a pat”, as people still seem nervous of HER, not the other way around

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