Rated 3.4 out of 5 by 8
Rated 4 out of 5 by LabLoverInOK Great harness!!!
Walking my 120 lb. Lab was not fun. He wanted to pull and run which made it very difficult to control him at all times. The Vet suggested this harness and it's worked wonders!!! Harley no longer wants to pull on walks so we are now enjoying the outdoors.
March 6, 2016
Rated 5 out of 5 by MicheleandMax OUTSTANDING
I skeptically put my 27 lb. pulling puppy which I couldn't walk because of his strength, at the recommendation of the store's trainer...he was a totally different dog walking out of the store than who he was coming in! I can walk my dog! And I can see we are BOTH happier! HIGHLY recommend this product if your dog is pulling, this should stop it instantly...fit it tightly to his chest and get ready to praise him for the lovely walk!
February 4, 2016
Rated 2 out of 5 by Hardworker Cheaply made, broke in under 6 months
I have a 28 lb terrier mix. I consider her a medium size dog. I bought the Small size harness and it was still too big around the girth on the tightest setting so we altered it to make it fit better. I walked her a few times with it, she still pulled - it made no difference whatsoever. Then to top it off, the plastic buckles broke. It was past the time allowed to return it for a refund so here it sits in the package as a reminder. I would not recommend it.
April 21, 2015
Rated 4 out of 5 by TomInFlorida Good product for promoting no pulling
5 year old Lab/Pit mix, 60 lbs, very powerful dog. With a normal collar and leash, she pulls hard. Same with choke and prong collars. She does better with leads that go around the head and over the nose the best, until I found this product.
Since the leash can connect to the front of the harness, she pays much more attention to corrections, as it pulls her entire front body to the side. This makes her pay more attention to me, and position herself accordingly, beside or slightly behind me. With this harness, with leash connected to the front, I give the fewest corrections I've ever had to.
I throw a back pack, with about 5 lbs of water, on her, and she turns into a dog going to work (minus the occasional squirrel or cat sighting).
If your dog pulls, I think this is worth a try.
February 24, 2015