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Kopi & Co.

Extrafurrestrial | Step-in Harness [Retiring Collection]

Extrafurrestrial | Step-in Harness [Retiring Collection]

Regular price $15.00 USD
Regular price $31.00 USD Sale price $15.00 USD
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Size Guide: IMPORTANT: Please make sure to measure your pup before ordering as the sizing is different from other harnesses

  • XS: Neck 29-36cm | Chest 36-48cm
  • S: Neck 35-44 cm | Chest 41-54cm
  • M: Neck 39-51 cm | Chest 46-61cm
  • L: Neck 42-56cm | Chest 57-83cm

If your pup is between two sizes, we suggest going for the bigger size. Still not sure what size to order? Shoot us a note.

Kopi (@kopithecavapoo) is a big cavapoo (12kg) and he wears a Small step-in harness

Extrafurrestrial step-in harness allows for complete ease when putting the harness on and taking it off.

  • ‘Step-in style’ structure allows for complete ease when putting the harness on and taking it off; so no struggles of an overhead harness and a wiggly pup.
  • Front D-Ring to attach the lead which discourages pulling by pivoting the dog toward you whenever the lead is taut
  • Reflective strips on the harness for extra visibility in the dark
  • Adjustable strapping both at the neck and the chest
  • Breathable mesh inner lining and boasts quick-drying capabilities
  • Crafted from high-quality neoprene
  • Hand wash cold or machine wash at 20-30 degrees. Hang to dry.
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€1 from every order donated to animal charities

We are deeply passionate about all dogs, not just our own. That's why we donate €1 from every order to Irish animal welfare charities.
Each and every order you place will play its part in improving the welfare of dogs all across Ireland.