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NRS Canine Flotation Device


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Canine Flotation Device

Although dogs are natural-born swimmers, open stretches of water and fast-moving rivers pose problems to our four-legged friends. Lend your favorite pooch extra buoyancy during float trips, SUP sessions, and boat rides with the NRS Canine Floatation Device. The Canine Floatation Device features 2.7 to 7.9-pounds of buoyancy (depending on the size) to reduce your dog's fatigue in the water. Three adjustable straps along the waist and neck provide a secure fit, with quick-clipping buckles for easy on and off. The top grab handle makes easy work of pulling your dog onto your raft, boat, or paddleboard. Additionally, the vest sports reflective tape for enhanced visibilty in the water, and it features a zippered stash pocket for storing dog treats and other pooch-friendly accessories.

  • 1000D Cordura shell with reflective tape
  • Buoyancy: 2.7 to 7.9-pounds (depending on size)
  • Three adjustable straps with buckle closure
  • Easy-grab handle at top
  • Zippered pocket
  • Item #NRS006P

Flotation / Buoyancy
2.7 - 7.9 lbs
Tow Compatibility
yes, grab handle at top
[waist & neck straps] three adjustment straps with buckle closure
1 zippered pocket
Claimed Weight
[medium] 13oz
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What do you think about this product?


>Rating: 5

Doggie Jacket

I've put it through the wringer

Dog probably doesn't need this but it is great piece of mind. Fits the dog well and he doesn't seem to mind it, so we'll keep on using it. The handle and pocket are great bonus features.

>Rating: 5

love your pooch!!!!

I've put it through the wringer

keep your buddy safe...great pfd for your doggy....bow wow wow!!

>Rating: 5

My dog has a handle now!

I've used it several times

We have a healer mix that is way too amped to stay in the boat. She ends up flopping out into the riv a couple times a day. While the flotation works great, it's really the fact that she now has a handle on her back that makes this thing great. She also looks cool, which is nice.


Had anyone used this in a river/in white water?


My dog is an 80# Weimaraner with a very deep chest, what size would be appropriate?