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My dog's weight ranges between 68 and 72 pounds. She is a mixed breed shepherd. Should I get medium or large? Also, the price said it ranges from 29 - 59, but I only see 59... what am I missing?
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Thank you for your questions. Based on the sizing chart above, you will need a large Carelift Pet Lifting Aid. The rear harness of the Lifting Aid is $29.99 as listed on the page above.
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Lucy is almost 10 years old and still acts like a puppy but cannot get around easily because of her hip dysplasia. She has started to fall more often. I am concerned that the rear hip harness may hurt rather than being helpful. Please let me know. Thanks.
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Thank you for your question. This harness should be used as an aid only. If your pet has severe hip dysplasia, perhaps a full harness would be a better choice. You may want to ask your vet for his/her opinion.
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