PetSafe® Easy Walk Dog Harness
Don't waste your money if you have a strong dog
I was recommended this harness by a fellow pitbull owner. My dog (70 pound pitbull) was outside, saw a rabbit and darted at it. He hit the end of his lead with so much force that he broke the stitching that holds the D ring on. Took off into the woods and I needed to chase and catch him. Save your time and money and purchase a different harness. I gave it one star because 0 was not an option.
May 6, 2014
Best Training/Walking harness EVER!
We have a very feisty Cairn Terrier and our trainer at PetSmart suggest this harness. We LOVE it. Only problem is, Meggie put on some weight and she's in-between sizes. Our small is very tight on her and the Medium is to large (it came off her on our first walk!).
On the package it says there is a Small/Medium that would be just perfect. They had none in the stores and to my major disappointment, that size is not even listed on this site. It's called a "Tweener size" for the inbetween. PLEASE PETSMART, get the Tweener sizes back. Either Meg needs to lose weight or I need to feed her more so she can gain her way into the medium! She's a Cairn so doesn't need to gain weight. I'm disappointed because I love this harness. You will too. I just came back from the walk that she walked out of the medium so I used just her collar. Not good. She pulled and pulled and that's not like her with her good pet smart
April 18, 2014
Keeps the dogs from pulling
I have a harness for each one of my two dogs, and they walk so much better with these. I tried collars, regular harnesses, and choke collars, with no success. The Easy Walk harness saved our walking times for sure. Each dog can walk easily anywhere around me, but if they pull, they get turned around. My trainer at Petsmart classes recommended this to me and I am so grateful that she did. Highly recommended for walking two shepherd dogs!
February 27, 2014
I purchased this for my Cavalier King Charles Spaniel who is incessantly pulling on the leash. Worked well initially however, he managed to chew through the belly strap to get out of it. I had to purchase the x-small in order to adjust it small enough and it was not loose on him. He is a contortionist and escape artist when it comes to collars and leads. Straps need to be wider for the belly strap and more rugged. Rather expensive for a 4 weeks of leash walking and training sessions.
February 24, 2014