03 . 01 . 19



We first started using harnesses when one of our dogs had an ACL injury and was instructed to stay on the lead for 6-8 weeks. We found a harness helped keep things a bit calmer, more controlled and we wanted him to be comfy. Now we use harnesses for our younger dogs if we are going on a street walk, like a trip to the market. Tim still wears his khaki harness which was the prototype for our current adjustable harnesses. Here, he steps out in his harness:

harness for boxer dog

Hindquarters harnesses are designed to support your dog in all the right places, allow full shoulder movement, and give good control:

harness for a strong dog

The dog lead is attached at the nape of the neck and the supportive design gently discourages pulling, any pressure is borne equally and shocks or sharp pulls are absorbed by the webbing weave:

harness for big dog

For maximum comfort we use cotton webbing which is soft-to-the-touch with flex and give. Natural materials also avoid chaffing, and are kinder to the environment: 

comfy harness for big dog

As well as being comfy, cotton is strong and durable: 

comfy harness

The metalwork is made from marine grade steel so strong, lightweight and reliable (and even sea proof). The design allows free shoulder movement: 

washable harness

Available in a range of sizes and colours, Hindquarters harnesses are easy to use and look after, just machine wash at 40 when mucky:

harness for a dog

Perfect for adventures, Hindquarters harnesses are fully adjustable, for small, medium and large size dogs. Suitable for Labradors, Sight Hounds, Boxers, Irish Terriers, Corgis and JRTs. Just get in touch if you want something specific.