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Mesh Cape Vest

Mesh Cape Vest

Service Dog Vest  




Mesh Cape Vest


Price: $47.99



Our Mesh Cape Vest is designed for safety and lightweight comfort. It is made with two layers of weather resistant, 1000 denier nylon/urethane coated fabric on the bottom section. The top section is two layers of sturdy mesh.

There is a large, clear vinyl pocket on the bottom section (on one side of the vest) that is large enough to hold a phone, keys, ID, paperwork, or medication. It is secured along the top edge with Hook and Loop so you can easily access the contents. A patch of your choice (regular patch, not specialty patch) is sewn on the other side (bottom section).

A great safety feature of this vest is that all seams are bound with reflective binding. This makes the vest highly visible from all angles and directions.

This vest slips over your dog's head and attaches with the chest and girth straps. The girth strap has a plastic side release buckle. Both straps are adjustable, using slides.

Available in 13 colors

Girth Sizes:
  • Small=26"-30"
  • Medium=30"-34"
  • Large=34"-38"
  • X-Large=38"-42”
The vest comes with 1 patch (not specialty patch) of your choice.

Note on Service vs. Therapy Dogs:
Service Dogs are dogs that perform a task for their disabled handler. The handler has public access rights with a Service Dog and they are protected under Federal ADA law, and allowed to enter public property with their Service Dog. (Handler must be considered disabled and the dog must perform a task.)
Therapy Dogs are dogs that meet the needs of others (such as visiting people in nursing homes, hospitals, pet therapy work, and reading groups, etc.) Handlers do not have ADA public access rights with Therapy Dogs and must have permission from an establishment to enter.
On the back of the Therapy Dog or Search & Rescue IDs, we put a statement about the work that these dogs perform.


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