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    No-Pull Dog Harness - PawSafe
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    No pull dog harness for large dogs
    No Pull Dog Harness
    No pull dog harness for extra large dogs
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    PawSafe® No Pull Dog Harness

    Stay in full control on walks without straining and pulling with our two attachment No Pull Harness for dogs.

    • Trains dogs to heel even if they refuse to listen
    • Keeps your dog from choking on a collar
    • Comfortable, adjustable fit for all breeds and sizes

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    $34.95

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    $58.25

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    You Feel The Control Whilst Your Dog Enjoys The Comfort...

    Train your dog to walk beside you without pulling against the leash and protect their fragile neck muscles with the PawSafe® No Pull Dog Harness.

    This advanced harness design “hugs” the contours of the canine body to help dogs feel safe and secure. The strategically placed leash attachments allow you to leash your dog from the top of their body or from their chest.

    A leash attached to a dog's chest will gently reign your dog in when they start to pull, instilling good walking habits naturally. Your dog learns how to stroll calmly by your side, and you get to enjoy quality time with your best bud!

    Dog wears no pull harness with chest attachment
    No Pull Dog Harness has a secondary back attachment

    Why Choose The PawSafe® No Pull Dog Harness?

    No Pull, No Choke: Our dog harnesses feature 2 metal leash attachments for better walks that are also safer than traditional dog collars. The ergonomic handle gives you extra control to keep your pup by your side.

    Safe and Comfortable: Your dog will enjoy daily walks in this comfortable dog harness! Soft, durable nylon oxford and a padded chest plate protect your dog's skin.

    Fully Adjustable: This harness features comes in 5 sizes and has four adjustable straps that let you customize the perfect fit with some room for growth. No worries about slipping out or choking.

    “Ruff” & Tough Materials: Heavy-duty soft nylon webbing straps, metal D-rings and breathable mesh padding ensures long-lasting durability.

    Training Tool:
    This unique system reigns your dog in without you having to tug on the leash or hire professional dog trainers! Over time, walks become easier as your dog learns to walk with you instead of against you and you gain more control.

    Loved By Hoomans And Their Dogs

    Over 200,000 happy PawSafe® pet parents!

    Dog wearing no pull harness and looking happy

    Hope B

    "This is my Beagle, Emile Pierre, a total puller. This is the only harness that fits and actually works."

    Happy dog wearing no pull harness connected via front attachment

    Erin R

    "This makes a great gift for anyone that has a dog. Everyone needs one of these. It's a no brainer. It's great."

    Dog wearing harness in car

    Tiana B

    "I love the fact it doesn't tug at his neck and gives a balanced way of supporting his body while walking."

    How-to Use Your PawSafe® No-Pull Dog Harness

    Secure your pup in a few easy steps...
    Step 1: Unbuckle the harness straps

    Unbuckle the chest straps.

    Step 2: Loosen the webbing

    Loosen the neck opening by pulling through the adjustable sliders.

    Step 3: Pull the harness over the dog's head

    With the D-ring and handle facing up, slide your dog's head through the neck opening.

    Step 4: Ensure the harness has a great fit

    Make sure the harness is high up on your dog's chest but down below his throat.

    Step 5: Buckle and lock the chest straps

    Once positioned correctly you can buckle and lock the chest straps.

    Step 6: Ensure the fit is comfortable for the dog

    Adjust the harness strap lengths so you're able to fit two fingers between your dog and any part of the harness.

    No Choking, No Pulling - Only Paws-itive Walking!

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    Frequently Asked Questions

    The most common questions asked about using the no-pull dog harness.

    Many owners have reported that using no pull front clip harnesses have made a big difference in their ability to control their dog's movement. Chest strap leash attachments disrupt and discourage pulling behavior and brings the focus back to the dog owner.

    To an excited or energetic dog, humans are simply too slow. In these cases, pulling is natural because they are excited to interact with their environment, and humans simply slow the process down.  What’s more, if a dog pulls once on the leash and gets where they want to be, they quickly establish that this behavior walks.

    Often this happens without an owner realizing it.  They may stop and talk to a friend, and their dog may pull a little, causing the owner to take an unconscious step after their dog. This reward is enough to make most dogs try another tug. Before long, they may be serial pullers. After all, if it works, why not? 

    Pulling can even give a dog a sense of achievement if they really put the effort into dragging an owner to where they want to be. They are simply learning that reaching their goals means a bit more effort.

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    No-Pull Dog Harness Buyer’s Guide

    Is a no-pull harness right for your dog? Learn more in our Ultimate Harness Buyers Guide

    Having a dog that pulls on the leash does more than just make going for a walk unpleasant and a nuisance. A dog that treats a walk like a tug of war competition is a danger to itself and others for several reasons. 

    Firstly,  a pulling dog uses a standard collar or a choke chain collar, often doing serious long-term damage to their throats and tracheas that owners may be unaware of.

    Secondly, large and powerful breeds are a risk to their handlers, as they can yank their pet parents to the ground or worse. Even feisty small breeds are a problem, as they can jerk-free and find themselves in serious danger, such as by running into oncoming traffic.

    If you have a dog who pulls, switching to a No-Pull Harness is simply the best way to eliminate pulling behaviors and enjoy a pleasent easy walk.

    N0-Pull dog harness buyers guide
    Why do dogs pull

    Why Do Dogs Pull

    Dogs have a natural urge to get where they are going as quickly as possible. To them, the leash can be nothing but a restrictive hindrance if they catch an interesting scent or see a squirrel. Some people also theorize that a dog that tends to pull is trying to show leadership, a desire that stems from a dogs’ pack mentality. Loose and retractable leashes only exacerbate pulling behaviours, letting dogs test the limits.

    But ultimately, pulling is a learned behavior. If a yank or a tug worked once to get a dog to the dog park a bit faster, there is a reason for them to do it again. Ultimately if good behavior on the leash isn’t shaped from a young age, dogs also have no reason to know what good behavior looks like. Much like a child is taught to read or how to eat with a knife or a fork, a puppy cannot be expected to know leash etiquette automatically. 

    How do no pull dog harnesses work

    How Do No-Pull Dog Harnesses Work?

    A front-clip harness has a D-shaped ring at the front of the dog or chest area. The leash is therefore positioned in front of the dog. This means that if the dog pulls against you, their own action turns them toward you, rather than allowing them to drag you along behind them.

    Both the front clip and the back clip attachments are points of contact between the leash and the harness. However, the back clip leash attachment is considered to work more like a traditional leash because it connects to the back of the dog. 

    The front clips are the defining features of a good no-pull harness because the leash attaches to the dog's chest area. This means that they cannot pull against you the way they normally would. Any pulling, or a gentle tug from you, turns them around to face you. This way they are not rewarded by being able to drag you where they want to go.

    Together with obedience training, a good no-pull harness helps minimize and even prevent pulling altogether.

    So what is the safest way to reduce or stop pulling for your dog? 

    A no-pull harness is designed to naturally give the control you need over your dog, and take the strain off their neck.  It is made to fit your particular dog's size and build, and makes pulling uncomfortable. So your dog learns to walk obediently beside you without any need for extreme measures.

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    Selecting the Best No-Pull Harness for Your Dog

    It’s tricky finding the right no-pull harness for a dog that likes to pull. The market has so many options and features, it’s hard to know what to look for and what’s best for your dog. To help you figure this out, we created a complete guide to dog harnesses to help you figure out exactly what you need. 

    The best dog harness features

    Key Features to Look For in a No-Pull Dog Harness

    There are so many no-pull dog harnesses on the market today. Some range at the lower end at around 15 dollars while others are more expensive at 50 dollars or more. With so many options available, choosing one may seem like a tedious task. 

    For this reason, we have analyzed various features to be on the lookout for when trying to decide on the right harness for your beloved dog.

    Key features to look for in a no-pull dog harness
    Front clip

    Front Clip Leash Attachment

    The front clip leash attachment is a minimally invasive point placed on the chest, giving you control of a dog’s upper body without straining their throat. The front clip attachment is an easy and natural dog training tool.

    Since the D-ring attachment falls on the dog’s chest instead of behind them, they naturally pivot around toward you when they pull. This makes pulling counterproductive, as they aren’t getting where they want to go, and can’t be dragged along.

    In essence, a front-clip leash attachment gives you more control without you needing to resort to punitive measures. It is fantastic as part of a coherent obedient training program to teach your dog to walk calmly at your side.

    Rear clip

    Rear Clip Leash Attachment

    The D-ring for the rear clip leash attachment is at the top of the harness, usually between or just behind the shoulders. The leash control is back-focused, meaning the leash will be pulled from behind the dog, and you. This has the benefit of giving you control of the dog’s upper body but has less hassle with leashes getting entangled in their front legs. By discouraging pulling behaviours, your furry friend will be walking nicely in no time.

    Once training with the front clip has proved successful, you can switch to the ring on the back of the harness for a normal walking experience.

    Reflective trim

    Reflective Trim

    Reflective material in the trim is an essential safety feature of every harness. This helps to enhance visibility in low-light situations where your dog would otherwise be virtually invisible.  Whether you are walking before sunrise or at night, or whether you have been caught in the rain or fog, it is vital that any oncoming traffic can see your dog.

    The reflective strips work by bouncing light from a source. This means that it will not be visible in pure darkness, but it will glow at even the slightest appearance of light. It's therefore essential to carry a torch to ensure good visibility.

    Fully adjustable

    Fully Adjustable Straps

    Dog harnesses come in various sizes, but this does not guarantee the right fit for your dog’s specific body type. All straps should be as adjustable as possible to ensure the right fit, so that whether you have a Basset or an Afghan Hound, the harness can be adapted to snuggly fit your pup’s natural contours. This is especially important for the neck strap on heavy pulling dogs.

    Soft nylon webbing

    Soft Nylon Webbing

    A nylon webbing is smooth, soft, and, most of all, it’s comfortable. This material is durable and easy to clean. Crucially, it is breathable and allows air to reach your dog’s skin. Wider straps will ensure your dog is comfortable and gives better control over their movements. The chew proof fabric ensures even the toughest cant get through.

    Padded chest plate

    Padded Chest Plate

    A padded chest plate is beneficial for training because it distributes the force and weight evenly across and around the chest instead of just on the throat. The lightweight mesh padding and wide straps ensure your dog's comfort and also serves as a safety feature for their breast and rib cage. 

    The PawSafe® Promise is a 90 day guarantee that ensures you are happy with the products you receive

    The PawSafe® Promise

    We want you to be happy with your purchase. If you or your pet don't get along with our products, you can return them within 90 days for a full refund. It's as simple as that. Just reach out to our customer support team and we'll make things right for you. That's our PawSafe® promise.