Thanks for the question! I wasn't sure the size of your Scooty, but if she has a girth size under 22″ then the Front Range is perfect! It doesn't have a top handle like the Webmaster Harness, but it may be helpful with a leash attached on top. For smaller/shorter dogs with a front amp that need a little support at the front end to walk, pulling the leash up may decrease the weight on the only front leg. Her body build and amount of fur will determine how much sliding will happen. Naturally, the harness will slide towards her right side, but should stay in place for the most part. Also, one tip I have heard form other customer's is to unbuckle on the amputated (right) side and slide the harness over her head. Another option to consider is the Webmaster Harness. It is the most popular and is ideal for both front & rear leg canine amputees of all sizes and shapes. It provides a moderate amount of assistance - especially post-amputation for dogs who require occasional lifting, are active and ambulatory. I included a link below. Hopefully, Ruffwear will design a harness in the future specifically for our 3-legged friends. I hope this infomation helps!
Date published: 2018-03-20