6 different size options and 5 color choices. Nylon handle built into the vest is very sturdy. Customers like the price point and build quality.
Included "Service Dog" patches are too small. Dog owners say buckles are poorly placed for smaller dogs.
5 size options and 2 color choices. Soft neoprene inner lining for comfort. Customers report a good fit for smaller dogs.
Customers report having some problems setting up the vest because of a lack of written instructions. Sizes run small.
5 sizes available. Offers reflective patches for using the vest at night. Construction quality is high, according to many owners.
Only color option is red. Pet owners say it's more of a starter vest. It can be difficult to order the right size.
4 vest sizes and 2 colors offered. Quick release buckle makes it easy to take vest on and off. Fabric and construction stand up to time.
Not a tight fitting vest designed for controlling the dog. Pet owners say the fabric is too stiff for the dog to wear for a long time.
2 color designs and 4 sizes available. Simple buckle design for taking vest off and on. Pet owners appreciate the high quality materials used in the vest.
Works with a backpack, but it must be purchased separately. Owners say sizes run too large for small dogs.
The right vest is an important addition to any service dog and owner team to make sure the dog is doing its job perfectly. Unlike typical collars, a service dog vest provides more control so you can keep your dog safe while letting other people know the dog has a special job. Good vests need to be comfortable and durable. Solid, padded materials like nylon can resist tears and water without being too heavy or awkward for your dog. For the best results, choose a service vest that sports a large top handle or D-ring attachment for extra control when necessary.
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