SPORN Mesh No Pull Dog Harness, Black, Small: 9 to 12-in neck - Chewy.com

Sporn Mesh No Pull Dog Harness

By Sporn
Rated 3.9191 out of 5 stars
Color: Black

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About This Item


  • Features a veterinarian approved, patented system that "gives" with your dog's natural movements.
  • Designed to stop the hardest pullers humanely without any choking. This product is perfect for those stubborn pups and will help you stay in charge during walks.
  • Uniquely devised to provide ultimate comfort for your dog while not sacrificing any handle on control. Padded restraint sleeves allow for a comfy fit under front legs, while the elastic mesh chest piece moves with your dog
  • Hassel free application with its one-piece ergonomic structure.
  • Only made with the highest quality nylon, this product will stand against the test of time. Perfect for all weather conditions!

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Questions & Answers

34 Customer Questions

Is this harness good for dogs who like to back out the their harness?
Answer by StarfireJul 20, 2022
yes, my pug can not get out of this.

How and why does this harness work to prevent and stop pulling? Does it work to change their momentum or squeeze to let them know to stop?
Answer by ChewyDec 03, 2022
The front mesh part of the harness is elasticized and moves with your dog to prevent pulling while not choking your dog. Once the cord lock is securely tightened on the back of the harness, the front mesh part and sherpa sleeves work to stop your dog from pulling by allowing them to be unable to move forward.

what is the weight limits on the sizes of this harness
Answer by ChewyMay 08, 2018
The weight limit per size are as listed: X-Small recommended weight is 2-8 pounds, Small recommended weight is 8-25 pounds, Medium recommended weight is 25-60 pounds, and Large/X-Large recommended weight is 60-100 pounds.

Does the harness prevent the dog from backing out from it (in reverse)?
Answer by ChewyMay 04, 2018
This harness is equipped with padded restraint sleeves that allow for a comfy fit under front legs and prevent escaping.

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Rated 3.9191 out of 5 stars
1421 Ratings
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1421 Customer Reviews

Rated 4 out of 5 stars
By linus on May 22, 2023

Good Harness but hard to get on.

I like this harness a lot except for a few things. I have a rambunctious large puppy and its very hard to get it on him! There are so many straps to contend with that its very hard getting onto a wiggling, non-cooperative puppy who thinks its a game to keep me from putting it on him. I can only get it on him when he's half asleep. Other than that, its good!

Rated 5 out of 5 stars
By PWDmom on Jun 3, 2023

Highly recommended

A friend recommended this type of harness for my pup because they’re effective yet comfortable. I haven’t used it yet, but I think it’s going to be great. What I really like is that it will expand as my boy grows, so I won’t have to wait to get one or purchase another later.

Rated 1 out of 5 stars
By Dustin on Apr 17, 2023

Both didn't hold up

Bought a medium for a lab puppy that was being trained and it work well until it came apart at one of the stitches. Figured that was because she was growing and at the limit for that harness size. Got her a large for a now 60lb 9 month old lab. She is a stubborn puller when she gets excited. She saw a rabbit run while on a walk, started tugging and the leash snapped right where it goes into the metal ring the leash attaches to. Seemed to work great until needing to be relied on, then they don't seem to hold up.

Rated 4 out of 5 stars
By Jenn on May 6, 2023

Good harness, but not indestructible

This is our second Sporn harness. Our first had a different clasp that slipped much more. This new one is better, but there's already wear and tear on the straps after very infrequent use. It's nice for our hound with his very deep chest (which makes other harnesses difficult to fit), but the lifespan is not as long as advertised.

Rated 1 out of 5 stars
By embiggenator on Mar 29, 2023

Didn't Work for Two Dogs

We have two younger dogs (1 year) who we've been trying to train to not pull when walking in public areas. We thought this might aid in their training, but both continue to pull excessively in the harness. There might be external factors contributing (poor training, external stimulus), but ultimately this harness hasn't really improved anything.

Rated 1 out of 5 stars
By LASWILLOW on Apr 13, 2023

Color bleeds on white dogs coat

Harness worked great to control pulling on our newly adopted GSD, but I will stop using it after she graduates training because despite washing the harness before using, the black color bled onto my white German Shepherd’s coat and is very hard to wash out of her coat.

Rated 5 out of 5 stars
By Med2023 on Mar 29, 2023


My rescued dog has a sensitive trachea. I have purchased a half dozen harnesses to try to avoid pulling at her sensitive throat. This is the only harness that has ever worked. Determining how to put it on was a small challenge, but once I mastered that it'd been we have been happy walkers. I recommend this harness unequivocally.

Rated 4 out of 5 stars
By Mary on Apr 25, 2023

Sporn mesh no pull dog harness

We are happy with this harness so far the best one we have tried on Captain Chaos as we like to call him. He's a head strong Beagle so ever little thing for walking that is helpful is greatly appreciated.

Rated 1 out of 5 stars
By Pooch on Mar 10, 2023

No pull dog harness

Pup still pulls like crazy... Been using this harness since he was very young, buying bigger ones as he grew. I only use it in the house with him on a leash so I know he's safe and not chewing up something that can make him sick.

Rated 3 out of 5 stars
By Mallred on Jan 12, 2023

It Broke The First Use

Three stars only because it seems like it could be ok for maybe a breed that isn’t very strong. I have a Great Pyrenees. I bought it so we could take him camping with the requirements that he must be on a lead or tie out. He snapped it at the O-ring that attached to the tie out. We could have lost our dog who is a runner; had my husband not been outside and caught in to the fact our dog wasn’t attached! I’m so upset about this! But I’ll take some blame as my dog is very strong. And I should have researched better.