Sled Dog Equipment
Buy sled dog equipment from Snowpaw Store
Here at Snowpaw Store, we offer a wide range of dog harnesses, lines and other sled dog equipment to make sure that you and your dog can get the maximum amount of enjoyment from the sport.
We offer a wide range of dog harnesses, from X-Back Harnesses and sShoulder Harnesses to Weightpull and Walking harnesses, as well as dog ganglines and tuglines.
If you are just starting out and have any questions, then get in touch with us or check out our introduction to working your dog in a harness. You may find our guide about how to measure your dog for various different sled dog harnesses useful when you come to make a purchase. You need to make sure that you measure the dog, not the fur. If the neck size is too small it will cut, bruise or choke your sled dog, whereas if it is too large, the harness will slip, rub and interfere with movement.
How to buy from Snowpaw Store
Buying sled dog equipment from us is simple. You can simply browse the selection on our website and place your order online.
If you have any questions about any of our products, or would like some assistance choosing sled dog equipment, then contact us and we will be happy to help.
The mini Puplight is a smaller alternative safety light to the original Puplight Dog Safety Torch. The mini Puplight clips onto the collar and has two settings; solid glow or flashing light.
Choice of colours: White, Red, Green, Pink and Disco.Learn More
Musher's Secret Paw Wax is a dense, barrier wax that forms a breathable bond with your dog's paws.
Developed in Canada for use with sledding dogs, it provides tenacious protection for all breeds of dog, even in the most extreme conditions.Learn More
Impregnated with polymer technology, this dog boot is waterproof and durable with a non slip surface. Designed to offer protect to pads and paws.
Price per dog boot. Available from X-Small to X-Large.
Single tug line, 40 inches in length. High-quality polyethylene hollow-braid rope with brass trigger hooks.
For running lead dogs or a one dog team, attached directly to either a shockline or a gangline section depending on how many dogs are in the team.Learn More