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Journey Dog Harness - Chili Red/Charcoal

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Features & Details

  • Dog Harness
  • Chili Red/Charcoal Finish
  • 4 Adjustable Points
  • Broad, Padded Chest Plate
  • Durable Back Handle
  • Chest D-Ring
  • All-Metal Hardware
  • Breathable
  • Includes 10" Lead
  • Machine Washable
  • Lifetime Warranty
Adds Comfort and Security. When you take your pup out for a ride in your 2002-2019 Dodge Ram 1500, you'll need to make them feel as comfortable as possible while keeping them safe from serious injury. The all-metal Chili Red/Charcoal Kurgo Journey Dog Harness offers your furbaby both attributes to ensure they are happy. In addition, the harness comes with a 10" lead to help you with training or to be used as a dog seatbelt loop. This harness is based on engineering in harnesses for rock climbers and linesmen for your peace of mind.

Durable Construction. Made out of breathable rip-stop fabric with cross-hatched weave, the Kurgo Journey Dog Harness will restrain your pooch to prevent distracted driving. Featuring 4 adjustable points for a custom fit, the sturdy harness comes with a durable back handle and a chest D-ring that will keep your dog safe while you're driving. With the machine washable harness' broad, padded chest plate allows for max comfort and restricts mobility.

Lifetime Warranty. Kurgo warrants their entire line of products to be free from defects in workmanship and materials for a lifetime. Some exclusions may apply, please see manufacturer warranty for full details.

Application. This Chili Red/Charcoal Kurgo Journey Dog Harness is designed to fit on 2002-2019 Dodge Ram 1500s.

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What's in the Box
  • (1) Dog Harness
  • (1) Lead
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