• comfy harness for a greyhound
  • harness for a black lab
  • comfy harness for a boxer


A functional durable harness designed to give you good control and support your dog in the right places. Suitable for a wide range of dogs including most Terriers including Jack Russells, Corgis, Boxers, Sighthounds and Labradors.

Hindquarters harnesses are made from comfy cotton that's soft-to-the-touch but strong, durable and washable. The metalwork is cast from marine-grade stainless steel: lightweight, strong and corrosion proof (so even suitable for trips to the beach). 

Not just soft, cotton webbing is also flexible and so allows your dog to move freely without chaffing. It also has 'give' which - alongside the design - enables pressure or the shock of any sharp pulls to be absorbed evenly.

Simple to use: see how to put a Hindquarters harnesses on. And just machine wash when mucky.

Adjustable at 5 points for a perfect fit around the lower neck, chest and girth and available in 2 sizes and a range of colours:

  • SIZE S: fits a girth between 36cm and 46cm (14 to 18 inches) and lower neck between 26cm and 36cm (10 to 14 inches)
  • SIZE S/M: fits a girth between 40cm and 65cm (16 to 25 inches) and lower neck between 30cm and 45cm (10 to 18 inches)
  • SIZE M/L: fits a girth between 65cm and 90cm (25 to 35 inches) and lower neck between 40cm and 60cm (16 to 13 inches)

Please order and then let us know by email which size and colour you would like. We hold the most popular colours and sizes in stock but frequently make harnesses to order which takes an extra 3-5 days.



Customer Reviews

  • Use every day and love it! Fits me really well and it's really sturdy and well made!

    Published on 21 Jan 2018 by Mr M and B

  • Absolutely love it: especially the fact it is easily washed, and adjustable on several spots because he has an odd shape

    Published on 21 Jan 2018 by Ms F

  • We love the harness and she doesn't go out without it! It's standing up well to constant use, we're always getting compliments.

    Published on 21 Jan 2018 by Mrs J