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    OliverTheBunny2
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    I was wondering if anyone knows of a good harness for my rabbit? I would prefere it to be under twenty dollars and have a lower fit on the chest. I will also be getting a strechy leash too. Thanks!


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    Asriel and Bombur
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    To be honest, and most people here will take the same opinion, but harnesses can be very dangerous for your bunny. All it takes is for him to get scared while he’s in it, and he could be paralyzed for life. Bunnies are incredibly fragile. Harnesses can make buns feel closed in and if they pull to hard or move the wrong way they can break their legs or spine.


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    JLH
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    Please do not use a harness on your bun. I agree with A&B as my bunny doctor told me the same thing.


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