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Ezydog Upfront D-ring Accessory 38mm

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I259745-Ezydog Upfront D-ring Accessory 38mm
I259745-Ezydog Upfront D-ring Accessory 38mm I259745-Ezydog Upfront D-ring Accessory 38mm I259745-Ezydog Upfront D-ring Accessory 38mm

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Description

The UpFront™ leash attachment point transforms your EzyDog Convert or Express Harness into a dog training harness. A removable D-Ring that attaches to the front strap of the harness to create an extra leash attachment point at the front of the harness. Attaching your leash to the front clip provides greater control and can be used to train dogs to stop pulling.

Available in 3 Sizes:
- S (25mm) Fits XS & S Express Harness. 2XS & XS Convert Harness.

- M (38mm) Fits M & L Express Harness. S & M Convert Harness.

- L (50mm) Fits XS & 2XL Express Harness. L, XL & 2XL Convert Harness.

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