Top 5 Best Dog Harnesses

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We’re always on the hunt for the best dog products around, and we suddenly thought – what’s the point in us knowing if we don’t tell you? Continuing our series of the Best Dog Products, we’ve been hard at work finding the best dog harnesses for Spring.

Chloe and Mia have given their valuable insight leaving us with their top 5 dog harnesses so whether you’re looking for something stylish or practical – or both- we hope our selection has something just for you!

Send us your pictures and videos of your dogs relaxing at home on their favourite designer accessories for our brand new K9 Stars section online at K9Magazine.com and don’t forget to email us your best dog product suggestions – we love to hear from you.

So, without further delay, here’s K9 Magazine’s countdown of the best dog harnesses!

Puchi Chequered Chic Soft Dog Harness & Lead from Original Pooch – This gorgeous harness is made from faux fur to give comfort and support. New Spring designs also available in pink + purple.

Price £24.99

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Ancol Car Harness from Ancol – This fully adjustable car harness fits into your car seatbelt socket and makes travelling safe and comfortable for you and your dog.

Priced From £13.06 RRP

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Classic Buddy Belts Harness from Notforpussys.com - Exclusive to Notforpussys.com in the UK, this timeless leather harness is available for dogs in sizes small to extra-large!

Priced From £24.50

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Pink Floral Soft Harness Vest & Lead from Wuff in Style - Handmade in the UK, this stylish harness fastens using velcro straps to the neck and chest and has a reinforced nylon strip with a D-ring to attach a lead.

Price £18.00

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Company Of Animals Non-Pull Dog Harness from Paws Boutique - This non-pull harness is very easy to use as a dog training aid, and simple to fit allowing maximum comfort.

Priced From £9.99

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