Hurtta Y-Harness New style

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Hurtta Y-Harness New style
Hurtta Y-Harness New version in Black
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    New updated Hurtta Y-Harness. This new style has a piece along the back that ensure the chest strap sits further back and away from the armpits. This prevents chafing on sensitive dogs and distributes the weight and pressure further back on the dogs shoulders and body and away from the neck area. The neck line on this harness is quite generous and I find it's most suitable for dogs with large neck areas like Bassets, Bulldogs, Labradors, Golden Retrievers etc.

    Like the old style Y-Harness this one has neoprene padding along the neckline for added comfort and to avoid chafing and rubbing of the skin and coat. Especially suitable for dogs with neck and back injuries to take the pressure of the sensitive neck area. However any dog can wear a harness for walks to prevent neck injures and to make it more comfortable. The Y-Harness does not fix pulling issues, but it protects the dogs sensitive neck and spine from the constant pressure and leash jerking that a pulling dog causes.

    Birch and Raspberry have been discontinued so limited stock available in those two colors.

    Sizes 32" and up run big in the neck area so I recommend going down a size if you have a slim necked dog. 


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    • Rugged:Made from Nylon and Neoprene
    • Adjustable:Chest strap is adjustable
    • Safety:3M reflectors for added safety and visibility
    • Machine Washable:Wash on warm in the machine

    Customer Reviews

    4 Stars
    New Y-Harness
    This is a nice fitting harness and well made, as are all the other products I have tried from this company. It fits large, so I would go one size down. I alternate between this one and the The "Padded Harness" (because I wanted to try both). It doesn't go on as easily as the "Padded Harness", but seems comfortable and gives a fair amount of control (but not quite as much).
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    Reviewed by:  from California. on 8/27/2015
    4/5
    5 Stars
    great harness for an active dog!
    It is so hard to find harnesses for "active" dogs that don't have big bulky chest plates, back plates, padding, handles, etc. I love the "minimalist" design and so does my dog. she is a puller with a sensitive trachea, and at 10 years old this is the first harness she has ever had that does not make her cough and gag. It fits great, stays in place, and no chaffing! my only regret is we did not discover the Hurtta brand sooner!! great quality, love the neoprene and the webbing is really hefty. Also, great service, fast shipping... overall so happy we found Hurtta and Euro Dog Designs!! Thank you :)
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    Reviewed by:  from NH. on 10/6/2016
    5/5

    Questions and Answers

    Q: Hi Katja, I've been waiting on this one but in looking at sizing, I'm a bit mystified. Faith has a 26" girth, and the neckline about 17" (her neck is 13.5"). She has two of the Y-harness older models - a lifeguard and a black where the neck opening is fairly small. What size should I look at?
    Asked by: Jan Schultz - 7/27/2015
    A: Hi Jan
    If the size you have is small in the neckline, then I would go with the same size as they are bigger.
    I believe you have size 28”, correct? The new model is 3” bigger than the old model.
    Thank you,
    Katja
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    Answer provided by:  Administrator (7/27/2015)
    Q: Hi Katja, I'm looking to switch from the Hurtta Padded Harness to the Hurtta Y Harness. I see that the newer model seem to run a little on the larger size. I currently have the fluorecesent padded harness in a size 32" & 35". My dogs girth's measure 26" & 28". However they seem to fit the dogs perfect. My last Hurtta Harness' that I got were black and I went closer to their actual size, but I felt like there were a little snugl for them. I still have plenty of room to size up and size down, which I like. Both dogs are on the lean/slender side (a coupe of BC's 43# & 50#) I'm just wondering if the sizing will transfer over and what your thoughts are? Thanks, Megan
    Asked by: Megan Lashinski - 9/17/2015
    A: Hi Megan
    Based on your information I would recommend going down a size for each to sizes 28” and 32” as they run big.
    Thank you,
    Katja
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    Answer provided by:  Administrator (9/18/2015)
    Q: My niece wants one for her new dachshund her neck is ten inches but her chest is 16 . What size should she get?
    Asked by: Gunners mom - 8/28/2015
    A: Hi Gunner’s Mom.
    Thank you very much for your interest in the Hurtta New Y-harness.
    As they run large I would recommend size 14” for your nieces Dachshund.
    Thank you,
    Katja
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    Answer provided by:  Administrator (8/29/2015)
    Q: Wendy, our 10 pound Shoh Tzu, has a 12 inch neck and a 19 inch chest. Would any of the harnesses fit her?
    Asked by: Larry Killian - 7/26/2015
    A: Hi Larry
    Based on your information I would recommend size 18” for Wendy.
    They run a bit large so even though her chest is 19” size 18” will fit. My German Pinscher has a 21” chest and she takes size 22”.
    I like the fit of the neckline on size 18” better on her but the chest strap is just an inch too small, so I’m confident that size 18” will be great for Wendy.
    Thank you,
    Katja
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    Answer provided by:  Administrator (7/27/2015)
    Q: Hi, my lab mix is currently using padded harness in 90 cm/35" size. I would like to try the new style of the Y harness. Should I get the same size or go larger/smaller? Which colors do you have in stock at this size? I was eyeing the green one ( I believe the color is called Birch ). Thank you. Anna
    Asked by: Anna - 8/30/2015
    A: Hi Anna
    I would recommend the new y-harness in size 32" as they run large.
    I currently have size 32" in stock in Black and Raspberry. Juniper and Birch should arrive mid September. You are welcome to place an order to reserve one.
    Thank you,
    Katja
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    Answer provided by:  Administrator (9/2/2015)
    Q: I would like to order the new Hurtta Y harness. My dog currently wears the size 13 in the Hurtta coats. What size harness would you recommend for him? Thanks.
    Asked by: Holly - 9/2/2015
    A: Hi Holly
    The sizes are based on the dogs chest circumference, so if you are able to measure your dog I would be able to recommend a size for you.
    You’ll probably need size 14” but it’s best to measure to make sure.
    Please remember that this harness model runs large so go down a size.
    So if you dogs measures 16”, you’ll need size 14” etc.
    Thank you,
    Katja
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    Answer provided by:  Administrator (9/2/2015)
    Q: I was looking at getting the newest version of the padded y harness for our doxie. He fits in the size 18 of the old version (says hurtta all over it). His girth is 16" and his neck is 11". I read the other questions and it sounds like I might need to go down a size to the 14. The only concern I have is that the strap that goes between the front legs might be shorter and then it would ride up his armpits. What do you think?
    Asked by: Danielle - 9/23/2015
    A: Hi Danielle
    I find that it's mostly the larger sizes that run very big. The smallest sizes are still roomy in the neck but most dogs need not go down in size. When the girth is 16" I worry that size 14" would be too small in the chest, so I'd recommend size 18" for your Doxie. It'll be 2" bigger in the neck than the old version harness you have.
    Thank you,
    Katja
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    Answer provided by:  Administrator (12/4/2015)
    Q: Hi, Harry is a mix; his neck measures ~14 inches and girth around the chest is ~22.5 inches. I recently purchased a couple of other Hurtta products from you and he took a size 16. What size would you recommend for this type of harness? I'd like this to be able to fit over his winter and rain coats. Thanks! Regards, Maurizio
    Asked by: Maurizio - 12/4/2015
    A: Hi Maurizio
    When fitting a harness over the Winter Coat, please be aware that there is a risk of chafing in the armpits as the coat takes up room.
    I would probably recommend size 24”. If you didn’t need to fit it over the coats I would say size 22”. I wouldn’t go too big as the neckline is plenty roomy on this model and it may get too big.
    Thank you,
    Katja
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    Answer provided by:  Administrator (12/4/2015)
    Q: Your sizing video mentioned the new style Padded Y harness has a ring on the bottom that was not going to be continued in newer production. Do the ones you’re shipping now still have the ring?
    Asked by: Linda - 1/2/2016
    A: Hi Linda
    Yes, I belive the harnesses in stock still have the ring.
    Thank you,
    Katja
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    Answer provided by:  Administrator (1/3/2016)
    Q: Hi, my dog has a 45cm neckline and a 61cm chest. Which size would you recommend in the harness? Wuuld the size 60 be ok?
    Asked by: CR - 4/6/2016
    A: Hi CR
    The size indicates how big the harness adjusts out, so 24”/60cm would be as large as the chest strap gets, so you would need a size bigger, 28”/70cm.
    The smaller sizes are pretty true to size. It's sizes 32" and up that run big.
    Thank you,
    Katja
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    Answer provided by:  Administrator (4/6/2016)

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