Welcome to the C2C Shop
Now Offering custom harnesses for canine resistance training or weight pull using sleds.
These harnesses are designed with these purposes in mind so have a slightly longer channel to ensure a full stride. They fit high on the body allowing free movement of the hips and some extra handy features you'll see in the listings.
These are handmade so allow a bit of time for them to make their way to you.
Below is a video of how to measure you're dog for one of our harnesses, we ask for more detailed measurements then some other makers because the fit is extremely important to us for the comfort and support of your dog. In these activities, safety is of the upmost importance.
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How to measure your dog
I know you're excited to head out into the wilderness with your dog but first, watch the video to learn how we want you to measure your dog for their harness.
A good fit is essential and thus the measurements are as well. In conjunction to the measurements which you can provide upon purchase, please upload a side view photograph of your dog to your account (Select your account at the top of the page and go to profile and upload a photo) or email it to
If at any point during measuring you are unsure if you are doing it right, get in touch and we can help you. Don't submit measurements unless you are sure.
Measurements in pictures
Measurement A : Chest over neck to Elbow, B: Chest Under Leg, C: Chest to Rear, D: Hip to Ground
Suggested sizes for different dogs:
25mm (1") S-M
for dogs 1-15kg
38mm (1 1/2")
for dogs 15-30kg
for dogs 30+ kg
Padded foam neck wrapped in tape. You can choose one or two colours to alternate.
This option adds padding and a certain look but has no bearing on the dog's performance.
Patterned cotton will be sewn onto some parts of the harness to personalise it with fun prints.
I will email you to discuss fabric options that will look nice with your colour choices.
Add a D ring?
If you use a leash, particularly a long line or flexi with your harness, an additional D ring on top can be really handy to avoid confusion between whether the dog should be pulling or not, but maintain control.