The All New Crash tested Dog Harness from Kurgo
Kurgo's Enhanced Strength Tru-Fit Smart Harness has all the benefits of their standard harness, with the additional advantage of Kurgo's innovative Nesting Buckles.
The all-steel Nesting Buckle system is based on the time-tested harnesses of rock climbers and linesmen.
The Kurgo crash-tested dog harness is quick and easy to put on; simply slip it over your dog's head and clip it around their midsection.
Five different adjustments provide a near-custom fit, and the chest pad gives you easy control of your dog - in both a vehicle and when walking. A D-ring on the chest pad allows easy leash attachment, which makes an excellent anti-pull walking harness, a leash can also be attached to the back where the car restraint D Ring is located.
This exceptional harness comes complete with a seat-belt loop car restraint, made from the highest quality steel and webbing material, we all know a secure dog is much safer in a moving car not only for your precious pooch but your own safety and to minimize driver distraction.
Features of the new Kurgo Enhanced Strength Dog Harness
• All Metal Hardware
• Includes Seat-Belt Loop
• Broad Padded Chest Plate
• 2 Leash attachment points
• Five adjustments for near-custom fit
• Anti-Pull Walking Harness
• Steel Nesting Buckles
• Easy to put on
Size Info for Kurgo Harness
Small - Neck 30-50cm, Chest 41-56cm, Weight 5-11kg
Medium - Neck 40-63cm, Chest 46-71cm, Weight 11-23kg
Large - Neck 46-76cm, Chest 61-86cm, Weight 23-36kg
Testing Procedure for the Kurgo Enhanced Strength Harness
The Enhanced Strength Tru-Fit Smart Harness with steel Nesting Buckles has been tested in three ways. It has been tensile strength tested, dynamically tested using a static line test and finally crash tested using a sled test.
The harness is designed as a safety harness, not a converted walking harness. The design, construction and testing provide the best protection while riding, turning, and stopping and in extreme situations.
The video above depict a 15kg dog traveling at 48kms per hour, recorded at an accredited University test facility. The unrestrained black and white dog is for comparison purposes, these are toy dogs weighted for the test - no animals were used in this video. The first part of the video shows the aerial view, and the second the side view, to replay select the half circular arrow on the bottom left corner.