Give Your Aging Pup a Boost With These Harnesses for RVing Dogs

Does your beloved pet companion love going on the road, but faces trouble when getting in and out of the RV? If so, a harness may be the solution to your problems.

RV stairs can be difficult to navigate for humans who have mobility issues. And they can be even more treacherous for physically challenged RVing dogs. Instead of ricking injury to yourself by lifting your dog into the RV, consider a mobility harness. These handy tools ensure that you will never have to leave your furry friend at home or in a kennel again.


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The Web Master Harness

The Web Master Harness by Ruffwear helps aging or ailing RVing dogs get around. It was originally developed for avalanche rescue dog teams. This multi-purpose harness will help you assist of maneuver your dog in and around the RV.

Some of the notable features of the Web Master Harness include:

  • Breathable mesh lining
  • Foam padded chest and fleece-lined belly straps for comfort
  • Secure for even those ‘escape artist’ type dogs
  • Durable handle and webbing straps
  • Adjustable fit for all size dogs
  • Available in 4 sizes

The Webmaster can also be used as a dog collar because it is designed to prevent choking. It is the perfect solution for dogs who need a little bit of help.

The Custom Pet Support Suit

If your furry friend needs more help than is offered by the Web Master, a Custom Pet Support Suit could be just what he or she needs. This comfortable dog harness makes it easy to lift your dog in and out of the RV or vehicle. Since they are built for your specific pup, you are guaranteed a great fit. Other benefits include:

  • Excellent for dogs who are oddly shaped
  • Adjustable handles
  • Optional shoulder strap
  • Full torso wrap
  • Velcro closure

The Bottom Line

Just because our RVing dogs are getting older, doesn’t mean they have to miss out on the fun of life on the road. Thanks to these inventive dog harnesses, age is just a number.

Are you interested in any of these harnesses? Do you use another harness that’s not mentioned in the article? Leave your thoughts in the comments below.

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