JULIUS-K9 IDC Powerharness Nylon Reflective No Pull Dog Harness, Aquamarine, Size 1: 26 to 33.5-in chest - Chewy.com

Julius-K9 IDC Powerharness Nylon Reflective No Pull Dog Harness

By Julius-K9
Rated 4.4816 out of 5 stars
Color: Aquamarine
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About This Item

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  • Designed for the needs of working dogs with optimum comfort and durability—can be used with hook-and-loop patches to identify your dog’s job.
  • Soft, breathable Eco-Tex inner liner makes it wearable and comfy for everyday use, while the harness allows full freedom of motion.
  • Water-repellent outer shell and sturdy construction can stand up to all your outdoor adventures, with weather-proof buckles that work even when frozen.
  • Great for nighttime wear with broad reflective chest strap and glow-in-the-dark, removable side labels.
  • Handle-fixing option lets you fix the steel ring, handle, both or none to minimize your pooch’s chance of getting stuck—essential for our working friends.

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Questions & Answers

29 Customer Questions


To confirm, this is a "no-pull" harness? I inquire because most no-pull harnesses clip the leash under the neck. Thank you.
Answer by SashaAug 17, 2021
This is not a "no pull" harness. This is a very strong harness with a top handle that makes it much easier to control your dog. Julius K9 does sell a "T" attachment that is placed into the front strap and then hooks through the belly strap, that has a D ring, converting this to a no pull harness. As per backing out. If the harness is properly fitted, the chest strap should center the belly strap about one inch behind the front legs, and the belly strap should be tight enough that you can only place two fingers flat between the belly strap and the dogs chest, unless you dog is a contortionist that can dislodge his own joints, he's not going anywhere.

my shepherd likes to back out of harnesses. Does this prevent a dog from pulling/backing out of the harness?
Answer by ChewyJan 27, 2021
It may be possible for your dog to get out of its harness. However, this predominantly depends on the person at the other end of the leash. If your dog tries to back up, do not pull on the leash. If you do not pull on the leash and have a pressure distributor on the harness, it is almost impossible to get out of the harness.

Does the ‘Julius k9’ patch on the sides remove?
Answer by ChewySep 25, 2019
This harness features removable side labels.

How does this harness go on the dog? Does it have to go over their head?
Answer by ChewyJun 13, 2018
This harness goes on the dog over the head and then is secured from under the chest with the buckle.


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Rated 4 out of 5 stars
By JazminesDad on Dec 21, 2022

Velcro strap is a total pain - other wise good

Our 110 lb St. Bernard puppy is full of energy and much stronger than us! This harness gives us a shot at keeping her under control - much better than all the others we tried like Gentle Leader. We got this harness when her trainer told us to get it or else. It does work, but putting on and taking off the Velcro strap that goes around her body is practically impossible. The clip in front works fine (you can adjust it once and just clip and unclip. But the Velcro strap grabs her fur and is practically impossible to tighten correctly or remove when you are done. Why didn't they use two clips? That would have been much easier and safer as the Velcro is often too tight or too loose no matter how hard we try to get it on consistently.


Rated 2 out of 5 stars
By Rosie on Jan 22, 2023

Good looking but it not a good no pull harness!

Would not recommend this collar for a large dog. She did manage to chew through the collar. It is now not useable. The no pull part did not work. The chest strap is to long could not get a snug fit,


Rated 5 out of 5 stars
By Joan on Nov 5, 2022

This is Perfect!

This is exactly what I was looking for. My puppy is a Pitt/Plott Hound mix with a deep chest and pretty substantial neck and likes to pull. While we're still working on not pulling, it definitely makes him easier to handle. Thank you!


Rated 2 out of 5 stars
By Helen on Jan 27, 2023

Dog can back out

Easy to put on my dog but she can back right out of this harness; so it could be dangerous.


Rated 5 out of 5 stars
By John on Oct 24, 2022

Great harness

This is a really good harness. It fits my dog well and it is so easy to put on once the 2 straps are adjusted. She loves it. The only drawback is that if you do not replace the side panels everyone will call you did Julius - LOL


Rated 5 out of 5 stars
By Margo on Oct 25, 2022

Ideally suited

I purchased this for running with Chance, as he likes to pull on the leash. Prior I had him on a collar and with his consistent pulling I wasn't comfortable. This has worked out perfectly for running in the mornings.


Rated 5 out of 5 stars
By RubysRun on Jan 17, 2023

Excellent

Easy on/ off. Non choking and good for walking . Nice big loop to attach leash.


Rated 5 out of 5 stars
By Rosie on Sep 20, 2022

Great Harness

After wasting $$ on several harnesses which just were not working effectively for our puppy we decided to purchase this one. It has been wonderful and we will be purchasing another


Rated 5 out of 5 stars
By Gary on Aug 18, 2022

Mason’s new harness

Mason is a 130 lb. Old English Sheepdog. This harness has lots of room for adjustment (the sizing charts are a must to use) really nice and comfortable fit with a quick release. This harness is very well made, and in my opinion, it’s well worth the money. Quality product!


Rated 3 out of 5 stars
By Lauren on Aug 9, 2022

Not for big dogs

This seems to be okay for my little guy (16lbs). But if you have a big dog who pulls and you are trying to correct this issue, I wouldn't recommend this particular harness. My big guy is 100lbs and nearly knocked me down when he saw a squirrel, the gentle leader is better for pulling issues.