Brown Freedom No-Pull Dog Harness

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No force, no pain.  Just an enjoyable walk with your dog!

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The Freedom No-Pull Harness features a patented control loop on the back of the harness which tightens gently around your dog’s chest to discourage pulling behavior and makes walking your dog an easy, more enjoyable experience for both of you.  It also features a structural connection ring on the front of the harness.  Connecting to this ring is optional, but recommended, as it allows you to attach to the front and back of the harness simultaneously.  Used this way, you are able to control pulling and redirect your dog’s attention back to you for training and treats.

The Freedom No-Pull Harness features a Swiss velvet-lined chest strap to help prevent rubbing and chafing behind the front legs.  The stainless steel hardware used on the harness will never rust or corrode, and the nylon webbing has been tested to pull up to 3800 lbs.  It will not break or fray, no matter how hard your dog pulls.

The Freedom No-Pull Harness is designed to fit any dog from 14 lbs all the way up to 250+ lbs.

Sizing

It comes in two widths:

5/8” for smaller dogs under 40 lbs – Dachshunds, Italian Greyhounds, Whippets, Jack Russel Terriers, Beagles, Miniature Schnauzers, etc.

1” for larger dogs over 40 lbs – Boxers, Labrador Retrievers, Golden Retrievers, Greyhounds, German Shepherds, Basset Hounds, Pit Bulls, Great Danes, etc.

To measure your dog for the harness, use a soft measuring tape (or a piece of string) and measure all the way around the largest part of your dog’s chest.  Choose the SMALLEST size that fits within that measurement.

Multiple Leash Attachment Options!

Training Leash

The training leash is designed to be used in conjunction with the Freedom No-Pull Harness. It provides additional control points, which evenly distributes pressure.  It has a permanently attached “floating” handle, allowing the leash to be used in multiple configurations:

  • Connect to the front and the back of the harness simultaneously.
  • Connect to just the front or the back of the harness.
  • Connect to the harness and a collar at the same time.

When connected to two points the training leash is 3′ long including the floating handle, and 4′ long when attached to a single point.  As the name suggests, this shorter leash is especially useful for training.

Euro Leash

The Euro leash is just like the training leash but is 6′ long when connected to both attachments, and 8′ long when connected to a single point.  The handle is removable and can be used separately. The Euro leash can be used in the following configurations:

  • 8″ Traffic handle all by itself.
  • Fold leash in half. Clip one end of leash to your dog’s collar or harness and the other end to the stationary ring. Clip the Traffic Handle to the floating ring. This makes a 4′ lead.
  • To create a 2 foot leash, continue from step two, slide the floating O-ring towards you and reconnect it to the bolt snap that is connected to your dog’s collar.
  • Place lead around shoulder/back and clip (1) end to floating ring and other end to dog. This makes a hands-free lead.
  • Place lead around waist and clip (1) end to floating ring and other end to dog. This makes a hands-free lead.
  • To keep your dog close and safe while sitting stationary with him/her, simply attach leash to your dog and wrap the handle end of leash around a pole, fence post, railing or small tree and attach both snaps in the handle to the floating o-ring. (use this method only while remaining with your dog)

Nylon Leash

The nylon leash is a standard 4′ or 6′ leash with one connection and an adjustable handle.

Proudly made in the USA!

Harness Size

5/8" XS (14"-20"), 5/8" Small (20"-24"), 5/8" Medium (24"-28")(under 40 lbs), 1" Medium (24"-28"), 1" Large (28"-32"), 1" XL (32"-36"), 1" XXL (36"-44")

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Training Leash, Euro Leash, No Thanks

You can wash it in the washing machine by placing the harness in a pillow case and using the gentle cycle OR place the harness in a sink filled with cold water and detergent.  Let it soak and rinse it well.  Always air dry your harness.

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  1. Lamont S.

    Lamont S. (verified owner)

    I have two dogs and my aunt gave me a couple extra harnesses that her dog had outgrown. One of them was the a fairly standard harness and the other was a Freedom No-Pull Harness. The first one is slowly being destroyed by the pitbull pulling on it while the Freedom harness is still in perfect condition. So when I needed a new harness, this was my first choice and obviously the best one. She walks much calmer than ever now, and now both dogs match when they head out for walks. If anyone is looking for a new harness, the Freedom No-Pull Harness is definitely the first one I’ll recommend.

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  2. Kathy

    Kathy (verified owner)

    I’ve used this harness for years and love it. The velvet straps are perfect for dogs with delicate skin. Beautiful harness.

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  3. Tiffany

    Tiffany (verified owner)

    We love this! The color is beautiful. We’ve only had this harness & training leash for 3 days and can already see a difference in our dog! She is very responsive to the gentle tug, and on one instance she corrected herself! She started walking from a stop and got to where the leash was taut, I did not tug, but from her pulling just enough to get a tug she slowed down. She probably thought I tugged on it but I did not! Wonderful. She has done a lot better with other dogs around that we see on walks, she usually gets very excited and eager and begins pulling. We are so happy with this product and very happy with how our dog is responding. She gets plenty of positive reinforcement and praise.

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    • Alisha Navarro

      Alisha Navarro

      Thanks for the great feedback, Tiffany! We would love to share your kind words and a photo of your girl wearing the harness if you have one!

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  4. Terry Hadaway

    Terry Hadaway (verified owner)

    My review may go up after I’ve worked out the issue of getting it sized right, but right now it is very frustrating. This kind of stuff is why I could never and would never be an engineer. I tried following the directions very closely, but with the harness out to its max size and a wiggling, distracted puppy, the straps get turned and twisted so bad that it would challenge an astrophysicist to unravel the puzzle. I’m convinced the product will work as described once it is properly adjusted, but, unfortunately, and at least for me, that’s a steep learning curve.

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  5. Nannette Bradley

    Nannette Bradley (verified owner)

    This is my 2nd no pull harness I bought and I love it! The only reason we needed to buy a new one is my puppy grew 🙂 I love and feel more secure with my dog in this harness. I would very much recommend this to everyone

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  6. elizabeth williams

    no pull harness

    elizabeth williams (verified owner)

    just what I expected! love the color , wish all colors would come in 5/8 in and 1 in sizes

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  7. Jim Delbridge

    XL No-Pull Harness with Euro Leash

    Jim Delbridge (verified owner)

    I’m rescuing (what we think is ) a dutchie/lab mix, 2 years old. Original owner was called by tag trace and requested someone else take him as they didn’t want him any more. Very high energy. I was starting heeling walks with leash wrapped around my body to cut down on tension. I followed the supplied directions to place the harness on him. He was very patient while I set the chest strap to 2-fingers tightness. I placed the leash on the squeeze ring and the front chest ring per the recommended set up. Walking was suddenly much easier, very little pulling. Product worked as recommended. I’d have given five stars except it feels like the strap that goes over the head has a twist in it that doesn’t feel right. We’ll see how it goes on future walks. Goal is to eventually get him to no pull heeling with collar only. I’ve worked with high intensity working scent dogs for 25 years, so I’m comfortable with his personality and didn’t think he would place well in a normal home.

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  8. Tina Agnello

    THE ONLY HARNESS I USE

    Tina Agnello (verified owner)

    Our 70 lb pup has high prey drive, so when she sees a squirrel or rabbit – she can’t resist. I’ve used the Freedom Harness for 3 1/2 years (I replace every year out of caution) and have NEVER had a problem with it. It’s built SOLID STRONG and has no fraying. I recommend this harness to everyone who asks. This is the ONLY harness I use now and will only ever use this harness in the future.

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  9. CJ Bourque

    Even great for a Frenchie

    CJ Bourque (verified owner)

    I had this harness for my boxer and it worked so well that I still tell people about it. Now I have a Frenchie and originally he had one of the standard little dog soft harnesses, he hated it and would pull every time we went outside. I wasn’t sure the freedom no-pull harness would work on him but gave it a shot. He doesn’t hate it when I put it on him (because it’s not one he has to push his head through) and he immediately started pulling less.

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