RNR Dog Lift Harness

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Dog Lift Harness by Rock ‘N Rescue

Whether you need to rescue a four-legged critter or take a search and rescue dog with you, you need the Rock ‘N Rescue Dog Lift Harness. Move and hoist dogs or other quadrupeds safely and easily. This full body dog lift harness has been made especially for Search and Rescue K9s. This dog lift harness makes it so you can safely and securely lower or raise your dog into collapsed structures, down cliffs, or even from helicopters. Plus the removable backpack straps make it easy for one person to carry an injured or tired animal. And the adjustable four point strap system (included) gets rid of the need for a bulky, heavy spreader bar when you are lifting or lowering an animal. The price even includes a harness bag. The Rock ‘N Rescue Dog Lift Harness is proudly made in the United States.

The Rock ‘N Rescue Dog Lift Harness weighs in at 30 ounces (850.486 grams). This dog lift harness comes in orange, black, and hot pink, and it runs in sizes small, medium, and large. (SEE SPECIFICATIONS TAB FOR SIZING AND SIZING INSTRUCTIONS).

Note: to ensure the best fit and the easiest customer service experience, always be sure to measure your dog twice before ordering.

You can also add custom embroidery for $6.00 per line for up to two lines and up to ten characters. You can also add artwork for $25.00 to set up or a logo for $10.00. Make it easier to tell Fido’s harness from Shadow’s – after all, they can smell the difference.

Dog Lift Harness Care

Soil can generally be removed with a spray cleaner or a mild detergent and water. Consider treating more stubborn oil or grease stains with a dry cleaning solvent followed by a spray cleaner or a mild detergent and water. Wash the Rock ‘N Rescue Dog Lift Harness on a low-temperature setting and using a mild detergent. Then either air dry or dry on a low setting. Be sure not to use any chlorine or bleach-based cleansers.

Using the Lift Harness with Your Dog

The easiest way to get the Rock ‘N Rescue Dog Lift Harness onto your dog is to place the dog lift harness on the ground or floor and have your dog step into the leg holes or at least stand in a ‘stay’ position as you gently help to position your dog’s  feet into the right holes. Then pull up the dog lift harness around the body and secure the straps – one goes under and around your dog’s chest; another goes under your dog’s midsection, and the last one goes under your dog’s tail. All of the straps are fastened on top and can be adjusted for a more custom fit. Then attach the four hoisting ropes (they are included) and it is time to lift a dog!

Training Your Dog for the Harness

To train your dog to not fear the Rock ‘N Rescue Dog Lift Harness, it is best to train him or her the way you have probably trained your dog for everything else – with patience, positive reinforcement, and consistency.  A dog that is very treat-motivated might do best by wearing the dog lift harness and receiving treats for doing so. A dog which is more play-motivated may do best by wearing the dog lift harness while playing. You could even incorporate clicker training – and praise will always work better than harsh words, so make sure to let your dog know that good things are always associated with the Rock ‘N Rescue Dog Lift Harness. Your dog is your partner and wants to help you! Make dog lift harness training enjoyable for both of you, and your dog will be the true, hardworking, and helpful partner you need when it counts the most.

Please Note: the Rock ‘N Rescue Dog Lift Harness is not a dog lift harness for hip dysplasia, arthritis, or other canine mobility issues, beyond limited use in a rescue situation.

Dog Lift Harness Size Details

  •  Small:
    • Leg Spacing: 10.5 inches (26.67 cm)
    • Circumference: 31 inches (78.74 cm)
  • Medium:
    • Leg Spacing: 13 inches (33.02 cm)
    • Circumference: 35 inches (88.9 cm)
  • Large:
    • Leg Spacing: 16 inches (40.64 cm)
    • Circumference: 40 inches (101.6 cm)
 
  • Determine your dog’s leg spacing by measuring the length between the inside of the front and back legs on the same side of the dog.
 
  • Determine your dog's chest circumference by measuring the total circumference of the dog's chest.

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