The EzyDog Crosscheck Harness is the perfect dog harness for dogs that pull or are in training. Rather than putting pressure on the dog's neck, the Crosscheck harness utilises our patent pending girth checking system to alleviate pulling. We know that dog training can be complex, so we focused on making this dog training harness easy to fit and use. Simply place the front loop over the dog's head, feed the rear webbing around the dog's girth and fasten the plastic buckle. Once fitted, the girth checking system will provide control and comfort for both dog and owner.
Best Escape Proof Dog Harness
The figure 8 configuration ensures that the harness always fits securely around the dog's body and has been tested to be escape proof. This makes the Crosscheck the best harness for small, medium and large dogs that have been known to escape from dog harnesses in the past.
The Best Martingale Harness for Small, Medium and Large Dogs
The Crosscheck Harness has been designed with all dogs in mind - small dogs, medium dogs, large dogs. It will fit all dog breeds and is suitable for puppy training. The Crosscheck Harness is perfect for new pet owners looking for a harness to assist in their training process.
A Dog Training Harness and a Dog Walking Harness
The multiple leash attachment points allow you to quickly change between standard walking and training whilst on your walk. With a silicone-lined neck section and premium nylon webbing construction, the Crosscheck harness has been made with comfort and quality in mind.
- Girth checking system
- Dual Stainless Steel D rings
- Escape Proof
- Easy fit figure 8 configuration
- Plenty of adjustment to fit any dog size
- Easy to take on & off with plastic buckles
1. Place front loop, (section with silicone liner) over dog's head
2. Unclip side release buckle, and feed rear webbing around dog's girth
3. Reconnect side release buckle and tighten until snug, but not too tight (being able to fit one or two fingers in between the strapping is ideal)
For best fit, measure the girth of the dog. 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