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Hi, London is recovering from a spinal injury and he has gone from, not able to move anything below the neck to getting up on his own and walking with assistance, three weeks later. We got a few harnesses from a friend's Irish wolfhound. We did not like the "help em up" and I think the "ruff wear" dug into his skin too much (he has NO hair on his belly) So I was looking into the "AST get a grip harness" but I'm wondering if anyone ordered from them before? I don't know if I should just get the medium or the custom made "suit" since London's body measured 16" or so and the standard for the medium is 11".

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No experience with any of these harnesses, but I hope London recovers quickly and completely.

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I have no experience with the get a grip products, but after reading the description of th e differences, the suit would be a better choice due to the tremendous difference between the chest and waist measurements.

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