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Old 09-01-2013, 07:30 PM
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IMO, PayPal is by far the easiest and safest.
I agree pay pal is best, but for someone who can't have an account because of their age, it could be an option. It might even be better to have your parent or guardian open a pay pal account and you pay them cash. You may not need a credit card to open an account, as I refuse to have a credit card and my PayPal is through my bank account.
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Easy on/off style harness, blue and neon green. Very soft velvety feeling, colored buckle, handle and floating D ring. Used once; it gaped on Nola's skinny neck/chest area. 18" and under girth. $50 new, $25 shipped OBO.


Adjustable tag collar, removable flower and step in martingale harness. Collar is 5/8" wide and fits a 10-16" neck, harness is also 5/8" wide and fits a 15-21" girth. Harness has metal quick release buckle. Didn't fit Nola right, sadly. $58 new, will take $30 shipped for all. If you want just one of them, PM me.


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My ruff wear on page one is all still available
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You people and your small dogs! I wouldn't mind buying some stuff but Tigger's girth is 23". Oh well. I don't think he'd appreciate the flowers anyway

If anybody has a Ruffwear Webmaster harness that would fit him, I would definitely be interested in that. Or a Hurtta Y harness.
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Tigger-The hurta Y harness ships free at cleanrun.com if you want to check it out. I can't remember who showed it to me but now I'm addicted ><

I wouldn't mind any old dog toys or puzzles. Anything too difficult for your dog or too hard for them to chew since she's a pretty avid chewer and loves puzzles. In car rides we bring a ball that is just perfectly fit to be VERY hard to get out of cup holders, but once she figured out the game it was in and out the entire time LOL. As long as it's not damaged beyond the point where it'd be safe to chew on them it'd be cool with me.
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Old 09-07-2013, 12:52 AM
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Hey, for those of you with the Hurtta Y-harness... How is the construction? Does it feel sturdy? If a dog pulls forward, how much pressure is put on the quick release?

I want one, but I don't have a way of getting my hands on one first...
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I feel it's very sturdy, solid and really well made. Nola's not gentle on her harnesses, and it's held up well. She's not a puller, but when I put it on Auggie (MAJOR puller) I didn't have any concerns. I know they're small dogs, but they are really strong, stronger than you'd think.
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Beret! LOVE my Hurtta padded Y's! I just got Sophie's in Lifeguard Pink in yesterday. Champ's been wearing his LG Orange as his every day harness and pretty much no issues with his throat when there's pressure. And the quality is stellar. Love the padding, etc.

I ordered a 2nd pink one today. The one I got Sophie (21-22" girth) is 28", which is what Champ wears too (26" girth). I like the way it fits, but I was curious about how the 24" would fit, so the one coming is 24". If that one fits better, I'll give hers to Elsie, who's about a 28-29" girth.
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Gah the sizing is so weird! Garp has a 28" girth.... So... The 24" harness?
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Yeah the sizing is a PITA. Nola has a 16" girth and wears a size 18".
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