Would you like to train your dog to stop pulling and walk nicely on a leash?
The Freedom No-Pull Harness is recommended by trainers and veterinarians as the ultimate in flexibility, control, safety, and training. Most harnesses allow a dog to pull harder because they distribute the pressure. The Freedom Harness is different because it features a martingale loop on the back that tightens gently around your dog's chest as the dog pulls. The slight pressure allows you to control the dog while simultaneously giving the dog a physical cue.
The harness also features a structural ring on the front of the chest for an additional control point. This lets you "steer" your dog and redirect his or her attention. The dual connection leash system makes this harness a complete training system—you can simultaneously stop pulling from the back and steer your dog from the front connection. Training becomes much easier for both you and your dog!
The Freedom No-Pull harness is comfortable and durable. The chest strap features a soft Swiss velvet lining to help prevent rubbing and chafing, and all of the edges of the webbing are turned out to keep them from irritating your dog's skin. The Freedom No-Pull Harness features solid stainless steel hardware and reinforced X- stitching; it will stand up to daily use by even the strongest dogs. The manufacturer even backs up the harness with a chewing warranty. If your dog chews the harness, the manufacturer will replace up to two damaged straps for just the cost of shipping!
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