So, you’ve got yourself a dog, you want to train him for service work but you don’t know where to buy a vest. Look no further.

The two companies below sell vests and harnesses for service dogs. Just click on the photos to be taken directly to the manufacturers websites. When you click on the links you are being taken to an external site, the Service Dog Academy has no control over the manufacturers or their products.

The Best Vests Around

After years of wearing and replacing SitStay’s vest, we have switched to the vests from ActiveDogs. Although they are more expensive, they are Made In America, are completely customizable and in my opinion will outlast my currently 2 year old service dog Liame’s daily abuse.


Liame in his AcitveDogs vest.

The Other Vests

We used SitStay’s vests for 4 years. They are decent vests and good for those starting out in the service dog world. I especially like them for puppies. They are easy to get on and off, fold up small and if your dog chews up their training vest, your only out $60-$75.


Liame as a adolescent puppy in his SitStay service dog vest.

Currently we do not sell service dog vests. However, if you are a service dog training client of ours we will order a vest for you.

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