Kurgo Dog Harness #Giveaway


Welcome to a great group giveaway that we’re co-hosting with DogTipper! Along with some other super blogs, we’re giving away a dog harness in the winner’s choice of styles from Kurgo.

Dog harnesses are a wonderful way to explore the world with your dog — without risk of damage to your dog’s neck or trachea from a sudden pull. Excellent for dogs who slip out of their collars, harnesses also help prevent leash tangling.

Kurgo offers a wide variety of dog harnesses, from those for car safety to harnesses specially designed to hold your GoPro camera to record your day’s adventures! Special harnesses offer waterproof fabrics, reflective fabrics, and more to help make your upcoming fall adventures fun and safe.

We’re joining in a group giveaway for a Kurgo dog harness of the winner’s choice!

How to Enter

You’ll enter in the widget below. One winner will be selected at random; Kurgo will ship the prize directly to the winner. This giveaway is open to readers in the USA and Canada and will run from Aug. 17 at 1:00am CT to Aug. 31, 2015 at 11:59pm CT.

Good luck!

Disclosure: This giveaway prize is sponsored by Kurgo; the company will ship the prize directly to the winner. All opinions and statements are entirely my own.

11 comments on “Kurgo Dog Harness #Giveaway

  1. i have harnesses whenever i go somewhere. they have collars but rarely use them unless they need their tags. my girls are indoor dogs so they do not wear collars at home. harnesses are better b/c they do not hurt the neck.

  2. I prefer having my dogs in harnesses when I walk (or hike, or take them anywhere outside the house) because it’s harder for them to get loose from the harness plus since I have Coonhounds who like to pull at the leash, it’s better for them to have on a harness and not a collar.

  3. My dogs wear harnesses anytime we go out for an adventure – in the car, on the way to the vet, on hikes, etc. My 2 girls currently wear a harness almost all the time.

  4. My senior dog Mike always needs a harness, in the car or walking (he can’t hike, he has problems with his legs). He has damage to his trachea from a horrible too tight collar that the ASPCA had to cut off of him when they confiscated him from wherever he was before they took him and we adopted him in January. So, a collar for him is just a very loose ornamental/tags thing.
    {in the contest I am Margot C___ on the automated entry form}

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