2 Hounds Design Freedom No Pull Nylon Dog Harness & Leash
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About This Item
- Included double connection training leash provides two points of contact with your dog, allowing you to steer your dog from the front connection.
- Patented design reduces twisting, straining, and pulling, providing a more enjoyable experience for you and your dog.
- Improves communication and training while out for a walk, and helps to redirect your dog’s attention.
- Stainless steel hardware and heavy-duty nylon with Swiss velvet lining behind front legs to prevent rubbing and chafing. Good for dogs of all weights.
- Made in the USA with four points of adjustability to fit any dog body shape or type.
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|Material||Nylon, Synthetic Fabric||Leather, Natural Fabric||Polypropylene, Rope, Plastic||Nylon, Synthetic Fabric||Nylon, Synthetic Fabric|
|Breed Size||Large Breeds||Extra Small Breeds||Large Breeds, Giant Breeds||Medium Breeds, Large Breeds||Large Breeds|
|Leash & Collar Feature||Dual Clip, Training, Leash / Harness||Leash / Harness, Step In||Training, Waterproof||Reflective, Traffic Handle||Leash / Harness, Padded|
|Closure Type||Bolt Snap, Quick Release||Slip On||Slip On||Bolt Snap||Buckle|
|Leash Length||4 feet||—||4 feet||5 feet||4 feet|
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727 Customer Reviews
Good for dogs who pull
I really like this harness since it's made to tighten around his chest to signal to stop pulling. Also, I like that I can just use it as a single hook harness if I want to. We still have some training to do. He doesn't do well with the double hook leash and tends to get tangled in it while he crosses from one of my sides to the other. Once he has more training, this shouldn't be an issue.
Fantastic! Will buy again!
I used to be an Easy-walk Harness user. Which they are okay, but the Freedom Harness is so much better than easy walk. I originally didn't know these existed, but I adopted a husky about a year ago and she slips out of everything. She slips out of martingale collars, other harnesses, even if i double hook collar and harness it typically doesn't take her long to wiggle on out. This made it difficult for training even though I started really slow with her. We jumped trainer to trainer because some were unwilling to work with us because "she's just a husky" and "thats just how huskies are, you cant train it out of them" "she is never going to walk nice on a leash". Until our current trainer suggested the freedom harness because of the martingale feature at the back shoulders. Now I have to admit, she has been able to slip a leg out of the front part, but it hasn't ever fully come off because of that martingale feature. Which is great! It has allowed us to take her out for socialization without risk of her getting loose! Of course I can't say that the harness did all of this, it definitely took a lot of work with our trainer to have her be able to walk nice on a leash outside and around cars. But I don't think we would've been able to get this far without it. After we got the Freedom harness for her, we also got it for our other dog. Our other dog is a mixed breed rescue but we have had him for a while and he has gone through training already so he walks really nicely on leash already. But we love the feature of the training leashes and euro leashes so we got a set for him too. We are also adding a new rescue dog soon and will definitely be picking up a set for her too! m One thing I would mention is sizing. I think it's possible we got a size too big. We got a medium for our 40lb girl. I even measured to make sure it would fit. But with her fluffy husky hair it seems looser than it should be even though it's on the smallest setting. It's possible this is why she was able to slip her leg at the front. We also got a medium for our mixed dog (50lbs) and his fits perfectly, but he has a deeper chest.
My dog pulls so hard sometimes and it's been a constant struggle. Training walks helped, but he just gets so excited. Enter the 2 Hounds Design Freedom Harness.... absolute game changer! First walk with the harness I almost cried because he was walking like such a good boy. I've been using the harness for 2 weeks now and still just as great--we're able to go on much longer walks now and both mom and pup are much happier for that! My shoulders thank 2 Hounds Design!
Pulls right out.
My pup is at that awkward size - right where small meets medium. I've adjusted a medium as tight as the harness will allow and it feels almost snug, but he stops, turns and pulls right out of the whole thing. He's not even trying to pull free, just slips free with almost no effort. The leash is worthless, and I don't dare take him out of the yard with this harness. Waste of money and time, but I'll burn it before I lose my pup to a poorly designed harness.
I first bought one of these harnesses when my pup was a year old. It finally needed replacement, and my "pup" is almost 10! It is easy to put on and adjust, easy to take off. A good buy for sure.
I really wanted to like these. My 65lbs mix (Hound, Sheppard, Husky) that loves to pull like he's a sled dog pulled more with these so I stopped using it on him right away and had to go to a pinch collar which works far better and he rarely if ever pulls. My 55lbs Catahoula hound mix pup is a nervous nelly and did well at first with this because she was scared of everything. Now that walking is exciting and she's more confident she pulls and this is not working. I have to figure out what to use on her because she is very sensitive to things pulling on her neck. But seems like harness has lost it's ability with her as well. I had high hopes for this harness and they weren't cheap! but unfortunately they don't work for my pups.
I have an 18 month old Rhodesian Ridgeback who lunges at other dogs when walked. It did not restrain my dog as advertised and additionally the leash handle is not padded making it extremely hard on my hands.
Very hard to adjust
I have a nine month old German shep pup who is very rangy. I tried to get the chest strap adjusted but it was really difficult to try to get it tighter. The end of the chest strap goes into the side strap and is really hard to grasp. I have another no pull harness that is way much easier to adjust. This 2 hounds cost more money and to me is not worth it.
Recommended by behavior specialists
Excellent harness for pups who pull! This harness is the same as the one my rescue was given at the shelter as he needs work on socialization & pulling during walks. The two attachment clips are easy and sturdy. There are two leash rings, one on the back and one in front which is the one I use for no-pull training. The harness is a thick, sturdy material and the fit adjustments stay put even with regular pulling. My one complaint is the included leash. I prefer a longer leash so I do not use the one that accompanies this harness. I wish there were a choice of leash or the option to purchase just the harness.
Best harness & leash EVER
2 Hounds Design makes an incredibly durable and long lasting product. Myself and my family members, who are dog owners, swear by the excellent design, durability of the material used for the harness. It is made with soft material that provides comfort for my dog while wearing the harness. This is my 2nd time ordering the harness and leash as it's always good to have an extra around.