XL Floatation Vest 130 pounds +
Product SKU: 27007
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Combining advanced manufacturing techniques and the highest performance materials available - EzyDog has again set the benchmark for K9 products. The Doggy Flotation Device has been designed and extensively tested to give your dog the most ergonomic and comfortable fit possible. The unique Ultra-buoyancy Foam is strategically positioned within the vest to keep your dog in a natural swimming position at all times. Unlike other vests, the Doggy Floatation Device does not hinder your dogs' natural movement and can be quickly and easily fastened and removed. Other great features include the Ergonomic Grab Handle and Super-Strong Nylon D-Buckle allowing you to easily transport and secure your dog when required. Rest assured, your Doggy Floatation Device is made to the same exacting standards of quality that has made EzyDog the leaders in high performance dog accessories! 50% more floatation keeping your pup safe in the water The grab handle makes it easy to guide your dog into and out of the water Adjustable neoprene straps form an ergonomic and secure fit Reflective detailing provides better nighttime safety Color Options: Yellow Size Options: XL - Fits a Girth range of 30" to 48" and a length of 20" to 26". For best fit measure the girth of the dog. This is the area around the dog at the widest. Measure the general back length of the dog. Girth will take priority when selecting a size. The DFD does not need to cover your dog’s entire back length to be effective.
"The Bent Cedar"
1st Aug 2013
I'm likin' it and so is my doggie!
"Bought two of these vests, a large for our 90 lbs lab and an x-large for our 130 lbs Great Pyr pony so we could have the doggies along for some low impact exercise swimming beside us while we high Sierra lake kayak.
The large for the lab fits and looks great! He *loves* his vest as he's getting older and isn't as hyper in the water as he used to be. The x-large for the Pyr fits really well and he doesn't mind wearing it at all. However, he does look like a pig in a blanket in it due to the fact that he is so unbelievably long down the back and he dwarfs the vest a bit. But it works and it doesn't both him which is really important because he's a serious abuse case. He was scared of it the first time, but it only took twice for him to understand that when the vest comes out, we're hitting the lake. When Conan (the Pyr) starts to get tired he swims back to shore towing the kayak with him and he just doesn't seem to have to work very hard while wearing the vest.
These vests have given me peace of mind knowing that my dogs are safe and have opened our world up to explore a little further out that we would be comfortable doing without them.