Dog Harness With Clip At The Front
Edward R. Forte
November 24, 2021
Collars, Leashes, And Harnesses
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US Patent for Pet harness for assisting pet mobility Patent (Patent
A typical front harness provides support at the dog's chest or under each front leg joint and has loops through which the fore legs are positioned.The harness assembly comprises a front harness section and a back harness section connected together by a detachable lifting leash.The detachable lifting leash is preferably lengthwise adjustable, keeps the harness sections from falling off the dog, is releasably latched to the front and rear harness sections, and, when extended, can be used as a shoulder strap by the owner to lift or assist the dog.1 is a perspective view of a harness assembly used for carrying and assisting animals in mobility, according to one embodiment herein.3 is a detail side elevation view of an adjustable pivot yoke assembly of a harness according to an embodiment herein.5-7 show alternate methods of use of the harness assembly of FIG.8 is an exploded view of a shoulder strap assembly for use with the harness assembly according to FIG.The embodiments are described in sufficient detail to enable those skilled in the art to practice the embodiments and it is to be understood that changes may be made without departing from the scope of the invention.1 , the harness assembly 10 comprises a front harness section 12 and a rear harness section 14.The detachable lifting leash, in one mode of use, is left in an attached position to both the front and rear harness sections.The front harness section 12 comprises an upper section 44 and a lower section 46 connected together by at least one releasable latching mechanism 48.Preferably, the lower section and upper section are releasably attached at each side (left and right) as shown.The terms “releasable attachment mechanism,” “releasable latching mechanism,” “latching mechanism,” and the like, as used herein means a device for connecting two members (such as straps or the two ends of a strap) together which can be repeatedly attached and detached from one another.For example, in the preferred embodiment shown, the left and right loops are formed by two adjustable-length straps, each extending from and attached to O-rings or D-rings 54.The front harness upper section 44 has a front harness lifting handle 42 attached, such as by stitching, rivets, etc. The front harness handle can be used alone to lift the front portion of the dog or in conjunction with the rear handle to lift both the front and rear of the dog.The rear harness section 14 comprises a waist band divided into an upper waist band section 22 releasably attached to a lower waist band section 24 by at least one, and preferably two, releasable latching mechanisms 28, 30.The lower waist band section 24 is used to comfortably lift the dog from the waist, since the waist band includes a load-bearing area, B, as seen in FIG.Note that the extra latching mechanism 36, in the preferred embodiment shown, is simply one-half of a side release buckle which corresponds to the half of the buckle 30 positioned at the free end of the lower waist band.Each hind leg strap is connected to the waist band upper section 22 at the rump of the dog by a releasable latching mechanism 26.The hind leg straps are preferably padded since the straps include load-bearing areas, A, positioned below the dog's hips, as seen in FIG.In use, to disengage the yoke from the anchor post, the strap and yoke are pulled in the direction indicated by the arrow seen on the strap 18 in FIGS.The yoke anchor member 70 is shown as a tri-fold snap-mount which is detachable from the upper waist band.3 is an exemplary side release buckle 28 having a male end 28b attached to lower waist band 24 and fitted into female end 28a which, in turn, is attached to strap 58 of the upper waist band section 22.A rear harness lifting handle 25 is situated on the waist band upper section 22 to lift the rear of the animal.5 and 7 , the leash 16 can be used in multiple manners, including as a lifting point when using the rear harness section alone or, as in normal use with both harness sections, as an attachment mechanism between the front and rear harness sections.When it is desired to lift or support only the rear of the dog, the attachment mechanism 38 at the front harness section is released and the leash is used to provide support, as seen in FIG.8 shows a perspective view of an adjustable shoulder strap assembly, according to an embodiment of the invention.The attachment mechanisms 98 releasably connect to the front harness section, such as at D-ring 40, and to the rear harness section, such as at D-ring 88.6 shows an exemplary method of lifting both front and rear of a dog using the lifting leash 16 as a shoulder strap attached to front and rear harness sections 12 and 14 at D-rings 40.8 illustrates a shoulder strap, attachable to front and rear harness sections of the assembly, and useful for lifting the dog at both front and rear.Therefore, while the embodiments herein have been described in terms of preferred embodiments, those skilled in the art will recognize that the embodiments herein can be practiced with modification within the spirit and scope of the appended claims. .