• GRATIS VERZENDING VANAF 85 euro (BE/NL)
  • GRATIS VERZENDING VANAF 85 euro (BE/NL)

Tre Ponti harness for Sighthounds

Greyhounds also find an ideal harness in the Tre Ponti collection. Greyhounds have with their deep chest and slim waist a very specific build. Because even within the same breed greyhounds they can have very different proportions, it is not evident breed to choose the best size harness.
Although it can vary due to their build, most greyhounds choose next harnesses:
- Italian greyhounds and whippets small: Liberta
- Whippets, Saluki: Adjustable Fibbia, Vento, Forza
- Greyhounds, Galgos ...: Forza


The Forza model may surprise you because you think it is only for power dogs?
Yet it is the most chosen model for the larger greyhounds:
- Often they are escape artists, and because the Forza thightens as the dog tries to escape, it is a very safe harness
- Therefore it can also be worn pretty loose by the dog, which minimizes friction while walking
- Many greyhounds have pronounced a spine that is like it lays on top of their back, causing pressure on the spine to be tedious or painful. The smooth soft loop of the Forza on the back makes this harness fits perfectly and the dog's does not feel the harness on its back. This is in contrast to the Sporza and Primo, which is therefore less suitable for dogs with a pronounced spine.


Which size Forza?
For sighthouds the choice of the correct size also depends on the model of the breast. In some the deep part of the chest goes much further than with others.


Compare the build of your sighthound with the above and keep this in mind when choosing the size.
For example, a greyhound with chest size (red line) eg 85cm and weight 28kg will need Forza size XL Forza if he has a long chest (left dog) and one size, but Forza size L with a short chest (right dog).


Tre Ponti FORZA:









Tre Ponti LIBERTA:




©Milaya – PurrFect Design – Karin Weuts

ORDER your TRE PONTI HARNESS? CLICK HERE

Please accept cookies to help us improve this website Is this OK? Yes No More on cookies »