You can choose to mount the camera from either your dog's chest or back, letting you change the perspective. Fits dogs from 15 to 120 pounds, making it versatile for many breeds. Water-resistant for messy adventures. Stands out for the camera tether used to secure your camera.
The straps might loosen during vigorous play or activity.
Designed with the standard two mount placements on the back and chest. It is on the lighter end of the spectrum at just over a half pound, making it a great choice for smaller dogs that might be weighed down easily. Padded for your dog's comfort.
Seems unable to fit larger dogs, though it is rated up to 120 pounds.
With only a back mount, there are fewer straps and pieces to worry about. Rubber mount and water-friendly straps mean no environment is off limits. Material is washable. Adjustable for all sizes of dogs.
Some users might want the option of a chest mount. Since there are only two straps around the dog's torso, it may slide off to the side if not tightened down.
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OK, nobody needs to put a camera on a dog, but that doesn’t mean you don’t want to. And with a dog camera mount, it’s easy to do. You can even rationalize it as “keeping an eye on the dog while I’m at work” if you want. Any mount you buy should fit your pet and be padded for comfort. The straps should be high quality and adjustable. Dog camera mounts have chest or back mounting options; usually both. The harness should be easy to put on and take off your pet, and it should be lightweight, particularly if your dog is smaller. If it’s washable and water resistant, it will be easy to keep clean and have some splashing around fun with.