This is great harness for your hard to walk doggy. I foster ‘bully’ breeds and they can be quite a handful to walk. When dogs are pulling, any breed, sometimes choke themselves out and are gasping for air. Dogs pulling on any collar can also damage their trachea. I am strongly against prong or choker collars! Some professional trainers say this is necessary to train the dog. I strongly disagree! This harness is recommended by Nan Arthur of Whole Dog Training in San Diego, CA. Nan has been involved in the behavior and training field for more than 18 years with dogs and over 21 with cats. She has many certifications, one which is with the Karon Pryor Academy. I went to one of her workshops last month. I really like the soft velvet on this harness, more comfort for you pet, among many other advantages.
The Wiggles Wags & Whiskers patented Freedom No Pull Training Package has everything you need to train your dog to walk easily on a leash. Constructed of industrial strength nylon webbing with reinforced X-stitching, it provides you with the security of knowing this harness will stand up to daily use by even the strongest dogs. Sizes from X-small to X-large.
The training package includes:
1. The Freedom No-Pull Harness — the ultimate training tool, featuring a martingale loop on the back of the harness, to tighten slightly around your dog’s chest and discourage pulling – and a connection in the front that allows you to redirect attention back to you.
2. A Coordinating Training Leash which can connect to the front and back of the harness simultaneously, or to the back of the harness and a collar at the same time, for additional control.
3. Training instruction brochure.
4. Fitting instructions and Warranty Information.
The harness has a contrasting loop (which can be seen in the photos) to make it easier to put on and take off..
Easy As 1-2-3 — Step 1: Unbuckle harness and drop over dog’s head with contrasting loop on top. Step 2: Bring velvet strap between front legs and snap buckles closed on both sides. Step 3: Adjust harness around the chest until it fits snugly. Then adjust across the front and between the front legs. You can judge the harness is fitting properly if you can get no more than two fingers under the harness.
- Using A Harness Is A Great Way To Keep Your Dog Safe, Happy And Healthy (reikiforallcreatures.com)