Ruffwear Stow'n Go Harness

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Retailers' Descriptions

Here's what other sites are saying:

Go a little easier on Fido's neck and trachea on your next hike by switching to the Stow'n Go Harness from Ruff Wear. This lightweight, low-profile design is crafted with soft tubular webbing with a padded martingale chest to protect your pup's sternum.

- Mountain Gear

Connecting dogs and humans. Here's an investment tip for all the savvy dog owners out there: put your resources in something risk-averse that will offer security, stability, and guaranteed returns. No, we're not talking about Social Security. What we're suggesting will really pay off in the end: a secure, comfortable harness that connects a dog to its guardian. A harness is commonly worn as an alternative attachment point for a leash, allowing better distribution of pulling force to prevent choking.

- Rocky Mountain Trail

An alternative to a traditional collar, our Stow'n Go Harness is a compact walking harness designed for everyday activities.The lightweight, low-profile design ensure this harness is comfortable enough to wear all the time.

- Ruff Wear

Is your dog's collar a pain in the neck sometimes? Does he long to run around naked and free, but you know you must keep him secure? Here's an alternative to a constricting collar: the Ruffwear Stow'n Go Dog Harness is a compact walking harness designed for everyday activities. Think of it as underwear for your canine. The lightweight, low-profile design is comfortable enough to wear all the time.

- Altrec Outdoors

An alternative to a constricting collar; the Ruff Wear Stow'n Go Harness(TM) is a compact walking harness designed for everyday activities.

- EMS

Ruffwear Stow'n Go Harness

Discontinued

The Stow'n Go Harness has been discontinued.

previously retailed for:
$12.50 - $24.95

The Ruffwear Stow'n Go Harness is not available from the stores we monitor. It was last seen June 28, 2013 at Mountain Gear.

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