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Volta dog harness

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Tre Ponti
€ 56,00 € 46,00 Incl. tax

Volta harnesses are the Tre Ponti 3-point harnesses . Designed for real 'Power dogs' and working dogs.
The belly band is at the front of the dog neatly trimmed with a soft protective core, and the harness has a handle.
Across the chest is an adjustable chest piece. Just as around the girth there  is a click system to secure the band. This makes it easy to put on or off, because the dog does not have to step into it.  
Because the sidebands slant down, these harnesses are also suitable as tools for working dogs.

(in Italy known under the name Potenza)

 Specifications Tre Ponti:
     Practical to put on or off
     Easy adjustable.
     Optimal freedom of movement and lightweight
     Does not keep hair, so does not develop a dog smell.
     No irritation under the armpits.
     Extremely strong (core is filled with a canvas layer) and made of non-allergic material.
     Water resistant, gets barely wet and dry's quick.
     Perfect control of your dog

Sizes Forza harnasses:
M - 10/20 kg (chest from 50 to 65cm)
L - 20/30 kg (chest from 70 to 80cm) (sold out)
XL - 30/40 kg (chest from 80 to 100cm)
XXL - 40/60 kg (chest from 90 to 120cm) (sold out)

The harnesses can be combined with the Safety Lead.

Tre Ponti harnesses are all designed from the idea to give the dog the best possible freedom of movement. Tre Ponti harnesses never touch negative pressure points.
Tre Ponti has chosen not to develop one type of harness for all the dogs that would needed to be adjusted for different sizes or types of dogs. No, it is a deliberat choise to design different models for different sized dogs, because they have specific needs.
This creates the optimum gear for any size dog.

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