Neon Orange 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. Devon

    Makes a huge difference

    Devon (verified owner)

    I like nearly everything about this harness. It’s clearly made with high quality materials, the neon orange is nice and bright for hunting season (note it is different from the swiss velvet orange collar in color, much more florescent), and the company is excellent. I think the design really does prevent my dog from being able to yank me around, and I can see how with most dogs and with some cueing it can help you teach any dog to walk nicely. The swiss velvet lining the belly strap is really nice, especially for dogs like mine who are nearly furless on their underside and armpits. It can still rub his a bit, but so much less than any other walking harness I’ve tried, and it’s only when he’s really fighting the harness that it’s a problem. My only complaint with this harness is that the chest piece can be hard to get to sit high enough on my dog that I’m not afraid he can get his front legs out of it if he were really pushing. My dog is short bully mix with a very oddly proportioned chest – I think it’s that his chest is wide but not at all deep, it’s pretty square with an abrupt transition to his front legs, so the no-pull front strap fits not very far above his front legs. He has been attacked by other dogs while on a walk before, so he is rather dog reactive most of the time. I am afraid that if he were really worked up and pulling for all he was worth enough of his weight would be baring down on that chest strap to push himself out of it. This has not yet happened, so perhaps it cannot, and if you are using the training lead with it attached to both d-rings I expect it wouldn’t be an issue. I’m also not sure how you would prevent it given that strap is integral to the no-pull design – maybe add an around-the-neck piece as a security layer? But I think with dogs who are little deeper in the chest, or more typical proportions, this harness likely doesn’t have this issue. For context, my dog doesn’t even come up to my knee, weighs 55 lbs, takes a large (28″ around his ribs just behind his legs, bit wider further back), and his chest is 8 to 9 inches across at different points. Maybe a shorter cross-piece would help? I keep it set as narrow as it goes. I tried a smaller size years ago and remember it not fitting well, but perhaps with how he’s muscled out I should try a medium again.

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