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!
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.
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How-to Use Your PawSafe® No-Pull Dog Harness
Secure Your Pup In A Few Easy Steps...
Snap Open The Clips
Give The Straps Some Slack
Slide Over The Head
Position The Harness
Buckle Up The Clipers
Adjust To Fit
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.
All current evidence shows no-pull harnesses, such as padded harnesses, to be highly effective and safe during walks. The tension exerted on the shoulders doesn’t cause any long-term damage because the pressure applied has been properly distributed.
Your dog is less likely to slip out of a harness than a collar. Wandering away is very dangerous to your dog as you never know when your dog will charge into oncoming traffic. No-pull harnesses not only reduce the risk of injury like choking or damage to the trachea but stop the need for unpleasant and unsafe measures such as e-collars.
We have a full range of sizes available as follows: XS, S, M, L, XL. Please refer to our size chart to confirm the correct size for your dog. From there you can easily adjust the straps according to your dog’s body type for a perfect fit.
All dog breeds, ages, and sizes can benefit from using a no-pull harness. If your dog is new to walks, it’s the perfect way to start developing good habits. The harness and D-ring design gently steers your dog back to you when they try to pull. For older dogs or bigger dogs, there is an ergonomic handle on top of the harness that gives you full control if they try to pull.
Using a dog harness instead of a dog collar makes it easier to control and manage any dog, even those with leash manners that aren't quite perfect. A harness disperses pressure over a larger area of his body, reducing strain on his neck and back.
That's how we designed it! In the car you want to make sure you use the back leash clip.
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We want you to be happy with your purchase. All our products are covered by our PawSafe® Promise which states that if you or your pet don't get along with our products, you can return them within 90 days for a full refund.
PawSafe® products come with a 12 month (from the date of purchase) guarantee against defects in materials and workmanship. Accidental damage or damage occurred through unintended use of the product is not covered under the 12 month warranty.
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.
Shock collars can cause physical pains such as burns and cardiac fibrillation. These punishment devices can cause psychological stress such as severe anxiety, which could permanently traumatize your dog. Even the best e-collars can malfunction and cause severe electrical burns.
A dog can definitely hurt his neck when yanking on a leash. A dog’s neck has numerous nerves and fragile cartilage, and one extreme case of pulling could lead to serious throat damage. An effective counter against this is getting a harness instead of a leash and using obedience training with a no-pull harness to teach a dog to walk beside you on a loose leash. Larger dogs are incredibly strong so it's essential to choose the best harness available.
No-pull harnesses have many benefits for dogs, making them an excellent choice. They are not punitive or dangerous like e-collars or prong collars. They do not put a strain on your dog’s neck. A good no-pull harness simply makes pulling impractical for your dog without posing any risk to their well-being.
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.
Most experts agree that harnesses offer a safer and more comfortable way to walk your dog than a collar. A collar puts a lot of pressure on the neck and the throat during walks, while a no-pull harness with its soft padding distributes this weight to the chest and shoulders.
In extreme cases, the pressure applied to the neck by collars could lead to increased eye pressure and even tracheal collapse. It is also easier for a dog to escape from a collar than a harness.
No pull harnesses offer greater control when you are walking your dog. A traditional harness could actually signal your dog to pull harder because the back attachments make it much like pulling a cart or a sled, an activity many dogs enjoy. With a no-pull harness like the Pawsafe Harness, pulling actually turns the dog around to face you. This is an essential training tool to help stop this problem behavior safely.
A dog’s harness should be tight enough to stay on but not so tight that it hurts your pup. A good rule of thumb is that a well-fitted harness should allow you to fit two fingers under the strap. Check the sizing chart and use a tape measure to find the right size for your dog.