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Harness Selection Chart

HARNESS HARNESS STYLE BODY TYPE OF DOG OR BREED POINT OF LINE ATTACHMENT RECOMMENDATION OF USE
Distance Harness
Short (top attachment) Any Higher than the dog's back or side pull for distance dogs

Walking, jogging, skijoring, bikejoring, scootering, roller blading, BTL, Springer, roading, sledding (distance mushing)

 

 

Standard Harness
X-back Thicker neck, shorter body, most pet dogs and northern breeds Even with the dog's back Sledding, carting
Polar Harness
X-back Any Even with the dog's back Sledding, carting
Light Weight Harness
X-back Lean body, longer neck, racing sled dogs Even with the dog's back Sledding, carting
Hound Harness
X-back Lean body, longer neck but broad chest, racing pointers and pointer crosses Even with the dog's back Sledding, carting
Wheel Dog Harness
X-back Lean body, longer neck Lower than the dog's back Sledding, carting, weight pulling, tire training
Pulka Harness
Short (side pull) Any Parallel with the side of the dog's body (side pull) Pulka or any cart with shafts, BTL, sledding (distance mushing)

Second Skin, Tough Skin Harness

Short (top attachment) Any Higher than the dog's back or even with the dog's back

Jogging, skijoring, bikejoring, scootering, roller blading, sledding, carting

 

 

Hybrid Light Weight Harness
X-back with additional side pull Lean body, longer neck, racing sled dogs Even with the dog's back or parallel with the side of the dog's body (side pull) Sledding (distance mushing), pulka or any cart with shafts, BTL