Rated 4.2 out of 5 by 15
Rated 1 out of 5 TOO DIFFICULT FOR HAIRY WIGGLY DOG
Too difficult to use on a hairy and wiggly dog. Must undo leash to disconnect buckle. Disconnecting buckle is difficult if you have weak or arthritic hands. Buckle gets hair tangled up in it upon connecting, and is difficult to find on disconnect. Buckle should be on the side, not the top. Further, there should not be TWO rings to attach leash. By the time it is installed, the dog has already peed hiimself. Horrible design.
October 6, 2015
Rated 5 out of 5 by PullyPuppyMom More effective than no-pull harnesses!
We purchased this harness for our 60 lb. lab/shepherd mix a several weeks ago and loved it from the first use. Our dog has good leash manners but often is too excited to refrain from pulling in the first few minutes of her walk--and seeing a cat is a whole other issue! This harness was easy to adjust to fit and she seems very comfortable wearing it--no chafing, pawing, or chewing at it. We especially love that there is a D-ring on her chest (not just the back) because once the leash is attached in front she heels perfectly. We tried other no-pull solutions and had lots of trouble with fit, the harness causing an awkward gait, or the dog simply refusing to walk while wearing it. But, we were reluctant to try a head harness for fear of people perceiving our dog as aggressive. Definitely recommend this product and will likely buy a 2nd one soon!
February 26, 2015
Rated 4 out of 5 by SadieNSophie Easy to Use
This is very easy to use once you get the hang of it. It's a little hard to adjust, but once you get it, it stays put so you don't have to worry about your dog working it loose. My dog quickly picked up how to step into it too.
February 8, 2015
Rated 5 out of 5 by harnesspuppy Top Paw
I like my harness. My owner likes the light blue color. I like the fact this fits well. Also the buckle is sewn to the top and doesn't slide around when I walk. I can't back out of this harness or escape when I see a squirrel. My owner takes it off of me when I am done walking so I won't chew it in half.
February 4, 2015