Easily Give Your Dog a Lift With This Innovative Harness

This 4-in-1 harness may be the most versatile dog harness on the market. It can be a huge help for senior dogs, but you could also use it for pets recovering from surgery, small puppies, or any other dog that may need a little extra support while climbing stairs or getting into a vehicle. It comes in 6 sizes from Small to XXX-Large and can fit dogs up to 110 pounds.

The Guardian Gear 4-in-1 Lift & Lead Harness is made of 600-denier nylon with contoured back and chest supports. It is lined with soft fleece for your dog’s comfort. The carrying strap can also double as a lead and the chest harness converts to a walking harness. Talk about convenience! If your dog needs help getting into the car you could fit him with this harness, help him into the vehicle, and then when you got to your destination you could convert the carrying strap to a lead and off you go. No collars, no separate harnesses, and no fuss!

This harness is extremely easy to put on and can be fit securely with multiple adjusting straps. This harness is also easy to clean. Just wipe it down with a wet sponge and let it air dry. This would be a great product for dogs with arthritis, hip dysplasia, or other disabilities as well. Lifting your pet with the help of the Lift & Lead Harness would be much easier than trying to pick him up yourself. It would be more comfortable for your dog as well.

The harness is wide enough to offer maximum support to the dog’s chest and hips. The quick-release buckles are strong enough to hold your dog’s full weight. You can simply lift on the straps on the top of the harness and your dog will be comfortably supported by the device while you lift him. This harness isn’t just for lifting and walking either. It is equipped with a nylon loop on the back strap that can be used to secure your dog with your cars seat belt while going for a drive.

Using a harness like this one will be better for your body as well. You won’t have to bend over and lift your dog into the car, which can cause strain to your back, shoulders, and arms. Depending on the size of the harness you require, they cost $12 to $27. If you find yourself constantly lifting your disabled dog or you travel frequently with your pet and have to help him into the car, this may be an inexpensive way to make you both more comfortable.

Samantha’s biggest passion in life is spending time with her Boxer dogs. After she rescued her first Boxer in 2004, Samantha fell in love with the breed and has continued to rescue three other Boxers since then. She enjoys hiking and swimming with her Boxers, Maddie and Chloe.