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.
Keeps your dog safe!
The Freedom 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.
Gives you better control!
This harness also features a structural ring on the front of the harness. Connecting to this ring is Optional but it does allow you to connect to the front and back of the harness simultaneously. The main connection on the back of the harness tightens gently around the chest to discourage pulling behaviour, while the connection on the front of the harness allows you to redirect your dog’s attention back to you for training and treats.
The Optional Euro Leash allows you to connect to the front and back of the harness simultaneously. Alternatively you can use the training leash to connect to the harness and a collar at the same time, providing additional control points.
Please note due to the fact that these products are produced in the USA we cannot offer the damage warranty, but you can contact 2 Hounds Design directly to take advantage of this guarantee you will have to pay postage to and from the USA to have a harness repaired, although the repair itself is free of charge.
We have also found this excellent video on You Tube which explains the benefits the Freedom No Pull Harness and also has some great tips on positive reinforcement for getting your dog comfortable with a harness going over their head, but as the trainer says this is achieved over many training sessions, you should not expect any dog to be comfortable with having a harness on immediately, Small steps over time is how to ensure a positive reaction, not a negative one.
We have seen some dogs who will run away and hide the minute they see a harness, even though they really want to go on a walk…if this is your dog then go back to basics with the steps detailed in this video….but with a dog who is already reactive to a harness it may take a lot longer to make the harness a positive thing so don’t try to rush things.