The Ruffwear Web Master Harness is a secure, supportive, multi-use harness built for maneuvering and assisting dogs up and over obstacles as well as for designated working dogs. Thin, durable foam provides support without hindering range of motion and a platform for attaching patches and signage for working dogs. Five points of adjustment create a secure fit, while padded chest and belly straps make the Web Master comfortable for all-day wear. The preferred harness of many avalanche rescue dog programs, service dog handlers, and amputee dogs, the Web Master is a great collar alternative and ideal for hiking, scrambling, and mobility assistance.

Learn how to properly fit and adjust the Ruffwear Web Master Harness 

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Measurement is around the widest part of the rib cage. If you need more help with sizing visit our Fit Guide.
In between sizes? Choose the smaller size.

13-17 in (33-43 cm)
17-22 in (43-56 cm)
22-27 in ( 56-69 cm)
27-32 in (69-81 cm)
32-42 in (81-107 cm)

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Key Features

Additional Features

  • Padded chest and belly panel
  • Foam-padded straps for comfortable, extended wear
  • Low-light visibility with reflective trim and light loop for attaching The Beacon™
  • Made in Vietnam

Washing Instructions

  • Secure fasteners
  • Hand wash
  • Mild detergent
  • Air dry

Trail Tested Promise

All of our products are rigorously field tested and we proudly guarantee against defects in materials and craftsmanship.

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Elyse C.
United States

great harness

I really like this harness. It fits my German Shepherd well. I use it for our exercise walks and hikes. He is my service dog for my balance issues so having the handle really help when I need him to brace me or pull me up. It would be even better if it also had a front leash attachment as well as a back one.

L I.
United States

so far no escape

have dogs who can escape normal harness - so far no escape i was afraid these would be too heavy for small (12lb) dogs but seem to be OK bonus: you can pick them up with the handle if you need to.

Amber M.
United States

Great Harness for a Tripawd.

my 50lb lab mix recently had her front left leg amputated. After researching many recommended this harness and it is great. With the many points of adjustment and the three straps around the body really provide great support and hold in place even without one leg. The handle is also extremely helpful when assisting her in and out of the car so she doesn’t hurt herself. Would definitely recommend to anyone looking for a harness for a tripawd.

Marita B.
United States

Good harness

I have finally accepted that all harnesses will slide to one side, and this harness is no exception; beside that, it fits well, design and color are very nice, and my dog likes it

Lisa M.
United States

Webmaster harness

My dog had back surgery at the end of March. I wanted a harness with a handle to have better control of her. Unfortunately my dog dislikes this harness to the point that she “pouts” when wearing it. I bought another one after that which she has no problem wearing! The second one covers less of her body so I think she feels less restricted. I think the harness itself and the quality is good but not going to work for my dog.

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