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Christies Heavy Duty Support Strap From £18.50
Christies Heavy Duty Support Strap
This strap comes in 3 different lengths. All come with coupling chain for joining to Fastlink Chains.
There are 11 reviews with an average rating of 4.90
Pam from United KingdomOwner28 May 2017 23:24
This is a great way to restrain your dog whilst clipping him. It stops him/her from sitting down and holds steady. The only downside I think is that the chain is rather heavy and bulky and I will have to shorten the strap a little by making a hem in it. Maybe this should have been for a dog larger than a Standard Poodle which I have.
The Paw Pad from United KingdomOwner26 November 2010 12:15
This is something we have swinging from every H Bar in our salon.
Absolutely essential and easy-peasy to use.
Restrains perfectly and can be released quickly if needed. Good for toy and giant breeds alike.
Easy to clean, we just lightly scrub with a rubber brush and tea tree oil shampoo. They can get smelly if not washed regularly.
They last AGES too (if you look after them!)
Sambo from United KingdomOwner02 September 2012 15:34
Excellent for full restraint of a dog, when used along with a neck noose. This is a strong, sturdy belly strap which provides support for the dog. It is suitable for absolutely all dogs and seems impossible to break. It can be used either on the table or in the bath!
tina from Ireland27 May 2016 21:51
good support for dogs, especially big dog s that want to sit down all the time. very strong and easy to clean.
Susan from United KingdomOwner20 May 2016 07:52
Great quality and looks strong. (not used yet as not started my dog grooming business yet).
Shazz from IrelandOwner17 August 2016 17:14
A secure and comfortable restraint :-)
kate from United Kingdom24 May 2013 15:49
really sturdy belly strap...excellent value
Bernard from IrelandOwner14 June 2018 17:41
essential piece of kit for grooming
Anonymous from United Kingdom10 April 2012 08:38
Very sturdy, comfortable for the dog
Anonymous from United KingdomOwner17 March 2012 13:59
The extra hand that you always need
Jess from United Kingdom asks
How long is this?