Category: Mobility Support
The Help ‘Em Up Walking Loop comes in pairs and they can be clipped onto the Help ‘Em Up harness in a variety of ways for enhanced support when walking your dogs. **This product is only effective when in use with a Help Em Up harness.
The new Help ‘Em Up accessories: Walking Loop comes in pairs. They are designed to attached to the new D-ring connectors* on the Help 'Em Up harness as an extension of the harness handles. They are flexible and can be adjusted in different length that allows you to maximize support to the area where your dog needs the most.
It is recommended to use with Extra Small, Small, Medium and Large Help ‘Em Up harnesses.
1. To support the hind legs, clip 1 Loop to the rear ‘hip lift’ part
2. To support both the front and back of your dog, connect 1 loop over the chest and 1 loop across the hips. You can adjust the length of the loops to hold 2 loops together with one hand, or hold 2 loops separately with 2 hands
3. To support the whole body while walking, connect 1 Loop from front chest part to the back ‘hip lift’ part
4. To further support your dog up and down stairs, hook the Loops to either side of the chest part and hip part for a sling-like effect. For full shoulder support of dogs over 50kg, we recommend Walking Leash/Shoulder Strap
|Walking Accessories||Walking Handle||Walking Loop*||Walking Leash/Shoulder Strap|
|Matching harness size||Extra Small and Small||Extra Small, Small, Medium and Large||Extra Large|
|Suitable for pet weight||2 – 15kg||2 – 50kg||Over 50kg|
With a swivel which allows your dog to walk freely
Able to attach to the harness in 4 ways
Carry over shoulder to ease your support for larger dogs
Reduce stress on your back during walks
Comes in a pair and adjustable length
|Support getting in and out of a car and ascending stairs|
|Can pair up with Medium harness if needed|
Flexible to support whole body, front or rear part only
*Make sure your model of harness comes with D-ring connectors
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