Helpful videos on how to choose, use and fit the Help ‘Em Up® Harness to your dog. Click each thumbnail to view the full video.
A Help ‘Em Up Harness Overview
A quick look at the features and functions of our Patented full-body lifting harness: Help them by helping them up!
How to apply and easily adjust the Help ‘Em Up Harness to fit your dog – both the front shoulder harness and the rear Hip lift—for a complete full body lifting system.
How did Help ‘Em Up Harness get started? Founder Cary Zimmerman talks about how it all began, when their dog Blue came down with Cushing’s, along with the company’s earliest prototype and the company’s first four-legged models. Cary also talks about how the product has evolved, accessories created, based on customer feedback.
Anti-rotation Demonstration for Tri-pod Dogs
Many tri pod pooches use the Help ‘Em Up Harness as well. This video will show you how to attach the anti-rotation device that helps the harness stay in place with only three legs.
Choosing A Walking Lead
We offer two versions of Walking Leads to help you assist your dog while walking with the harness on: The Walking Handle or the Walking Leash/Shoulder Strap. Choosing the right one for both of you depends on how much support your pup needs while walking. Watch this video for helpful tips in choosing the correct lead.
Attaching the Walking Leash/Shoulder Straps and Walking Leash Handle with the new “Loop Connector” to your Harness
The walking handle and walking leash/shoulder straps now come with this version of a loop connector (fabric O-ring) at the end of the strap that helps lock the leash onto the rear hip-handle. Clip the other end of the leash to the front “D” ring on the harness.
The New Walking Loop Handles!
The newest in our line of walking accessories for all sized harnesses. Custom to attach to the new D-ring connectors on the harness, they act like a sling and can be positioned in a variety of ways. Watch our demo video of the new Help ‘Em Up Walking Loop Handles in action!
Tips for Measuring your Dog
Where and how to measure your male dog for hip-lift harness sizing.
Helpful Tips for Navigating the Stairs
The number one reason most owners need the HelpEmUp Harness is to get their pup up and down a set of stairs. This can be a scary proposition for both of you and our harness can really help. Watch this video for tips on how to make it easier for both of you.
Harnessing a Prone Dog
Putting the Help’EmUp Harness on dogs who have difficulty getting up can be done while they are lying down. Watch how.
Shandra and her Dog Nick's Story
A customer’s testimonial about her dog and how the harness helped him recover from surgery and overcome daily obstacles.