Dog Harnesses

Looking for the best dog harness for your pup? Whether it’s a small dog harness for your Chihuahua, or large dog harness for your Great Dane, Chewy has the perfect harness for pup play. The right dog harness can ensure safe playtime and walks for you and your precious pup. Pet parents use dog harnesses instead of leashes for a variety of reasons. Whether you choose a dog leash, dog lead or harness will depend on your dog, and the activity you will be engaging in. Large or muscular dogs can be very strong, and often enjoy tugging you along. A large dog harness can give you more control over your dog when out for a walk or run than a regular collar can. Harnesses are also better for energetic pups not using a leash training collar. Smaller dog breeds can be prone to injury. Putting your precious pup in a harness can disperse the pressure from one area of the neck to the back and body. Spreading the stress over a larger surface area can prevent doggie injury. Looking for a top dog safety harness? If you’ve got an energetic pup who loves to jump while you drive, a dog car harness or dog seat belt harness can keep both you and your pup safe while on the road. Chewy features top dog harness brands like PetSafe dog harness, Kurgo dog harness and Solvit dog harness. The Solvit Deluxe Car Safety Harness is the ultimate in protection and comfort. Crash-tested, the harness works with your car’s seatbelt system, providing some range of motion but keeping your dog safely in place. A dog travel harness makes travel fun and safe for your dog, and reduces stress and anxiety for pup parents. For the best harness on the online dog shop at Chewy!

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Frequently Asked Questions About Dog Harnesses

Are harnesses safe for dogs?

Harnesses are safe for dogs, and they present an excellent alternative to collars for dogs who pull. They work by redistributing pressure across the chest and ribcage and can be more comfortable for some canines, too. Talk to your vet or trainer if you’re unsure about whether to choose a collar or harness for your dog.

What is the best dog harness for a dog?

The best harness for a dog will fit properly, be comfortable and provide the right amount of control. No-pull harnesses, which feature leash attachments on the front and sometimes also the back, work well for training and for difficult-to-control canines. Harnesses with handles can help with larger dogs and those who need assistance getting up.

What size dog harness should I get?

To determine what size dog harness you should get, measure your dog’s girth around the chest. Use a flexible tape measure or a length of string and take the measurement just behind the front legs, around the largest part of your dog’s torso. Most harnesses will list the chest measurement they fit and provide a size chart that includes recommended weight ranges.