Good2Go Black No Pull Dog Harness, X-Small

 Good2Go Red No Pull Dog Harness, Large
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Dog harnesses offer an effective training tool, especially for puppies. No-pull dog harnesses offer better control over your pet as they do not allow for pulling or jumping and help keep your dog focused on their walk. Dogs with respiratory illnesses or short noses like Pugs will undoubtedly prefer a dog harness as it will keep extra stress off of their windpipe and allow for more comfortable exercise.
- Jessica MacDonald, Freedom No Pull Harness patent designer & USA Dog Shop partner
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If you that gets a spur in their stride every time they spot a leash, then check out the Reflective no-pull dog harness from Blueberry. This has a bundle of features with a very attractive price tag, which will have you hard pressed to not consider buying it right away. - Allen Alagna, Freedom No Pull Harness Website and USA Dog Shop partner
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Makes Walking Fun! 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 and makes walking your dog an easy, more enjoyable experience for both of you.No-pull dog harnesses are an easy and gentle way to deter your dog from pulling. When your dog pulls in a no-pull harness, it becomes uncomfortable and encourages your dog not to pull. Keeps your dog safe! The Freedom no-pull Harness is made with stainless steel hardware and four adjustment points to ensure that it is more than strong enough to hold any size dog, from 14 lbs all the way up to 250+ lbs. The chest strap is lined with Swiss Velvet, which helps prevent rubbing and chaffing sores behind the legs and the straps are all turned out to prevent sores and raw spots along the seams.The No-Pull harness does not keep the dog from pulling. It helps you convey that pulling is much less rewarding than not pulling. You should see some improvement pretty quickly. The time it takes to change a behavior greatly depends on how consistent you are. Well-exercised dogs learn faster than dogs with too much pent-up energy, but all dogs can learn to walk politely.The No-Pull harness does not keep the dog from pulling. It helps you convey that pulling is much less rewarding than not pulling. You should see some improvement pretty quickly. The time it takes to change a behavior greatly depends on how consistent you are. Well-exercised dogs learn faster than dogs with too much pent-up energy, but all dogs can learn to walk politely.Example 1: if your dog's chest is 31" you would want the large Freedom No Pull harness (26" - 32") rather than the XLarge (30" - 36"). Example 2: if your dog's chest is 28" you would want the large Freedom No Pull harness (26" - 32") rather than the Medium (22" - 28").As a Boston Terrier owner, I have tried NUMEROUS (I think this was my 4th) no-pull options for my high-energy pup. The others either A) didn't work or B) if they did work, they left my pup's armpits (do dogs have armpits?) raw and/or bleeding. This harness does neither. No soreness on her under arms and keeps her walking RIGHT beside me without the pulling. I use it with a 4 foot leash that has a 2 foot loop as well, and she does best when held by the 2 foot loop. My two dog-walkers also commented on how amazing she is walking with this new harness! AND, of course, super cute, as Lupine always is. FIVE STARS. A Best No Pull Dog Harness is also a better option when compared to the dog collar. For example, you have better control over your dog, especially when walking amongst crowds of people as compared to the control that the collar gives you. The harness also teaches your dog to stop pulling. The reason why it deters your dog from pulling is because when he pulls while on the harness, it doesn’t give him an advantage, unlike the collar that moves him forward.