Seasonal CONVERT Side Badges

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Summer Seasonal Side Badges

Custom Summer Side Badges for the Convert Harness & Summit Backpack

Product Information

  • Badges must be used with an EzyDog Convert Harness or Summit Backpack
  • Badges are sold in sets of 2.
  • Badges fit securely via Velcro.  1 Badge on each side of the harness or panier.

Size Options:

  • Small Badge Fits: 
    • XXS - M Sized Convert Dog Harnesses
    • S - L Summit Backpack
  • Large Badge Fits:
    • L - XXL Sized Convert Dog Harnesses

Side Badge Options 

  • Wood Burn
  • Letter Press
  • Tropical Flowers
  • Pink Flowers
  • Beach Scene
  • Blue Splash
  • Customized products are not able to be returned.
  • Please allow an extra 3-5 days for processing.

Now Go and Play!

We Offer These Unique Removable Service Dog Badges for Your Service Dog Harness

Stop being harassed by store owners every time you bring in your fellow service dog with you! These patches are a must to make your life as simple as possible, and it keeps you from explaining the same thing over and over hundreds of times a year, that your dog helps you, and you are within the law to bring him with you. Using an EzyDog Convert Harness also makes your life easier with your service dog, because the vest itself contains a soft pull handle for maximum control and dog manageability in stressful situations. Use the Convert Harness and badge as a safe and durable police dog harness and badge system. 

Don't Need a Badge for a Service Dog? Buy a Badge to Simply Customize

Make your dog an individual. You can put cute expressions on these badges for dog vests such as 'Princess' or 'Lover.' Maybe you have a dog so large, that people act afraid of her. Well you can simply add an expression to give your dog a better public relations profile! Make your dog a great doggy ambassador and add a badge!

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  • 4
    Leon Lamoreaux

    Posted by Leon Lamoreaux on 21st Oct 2017

    These side panels will be a fun way for my GSDs to “dress up” for Halloween but retain their dignity.Leon Lamoreaux

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