SPORN Training Halter Nylon No Pull Dog Harness, Black, X-Large: 23 to 33-in neck - Chewy.com

Sporn Training Halter Nylon No Pull Dog Harness

By Sporn
Rated 3.9706 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.
  • Added feature allows for this harness to easily convert to a standard collar in seconds.
  • 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

25 Customer Questions

What is the difference between Sporn training halter and Sporn no pull mesh harness?
Answer by ChewyApr 15, 2018
The Sporn Training Dog Halter has an added feature that allows for this harness to easily convert to a standard collar in seconds.

I have a 7 month old Labradoodle who's not fully grown and between 40-50 lbs. does this harness allow for growth?
Answer by ChewyFeb 04, 2018
Each size will have a range it can be adjusted to. The Small fits necks from 9-12 inches, Medium from 12-17 inches, Large from 16-24 inches and X-Large from 23-33 inches.

My dog has a previous neck injury, is the pressure from this collar when the dog pulls mainly in the chest or neck?
Answer by ChewyAug 20, 2018
This product works by stopping your dog from pulling by putting the tension around his chest and back instead of his neck. Due to your dog's previous injury, please consult a veterinarian before using.

Will this work for a 128 lb rottweiler. Love the style for her
Answer by ChewyApr 09, 2018
The size X-Large would work well for your dog.

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Rated 3.9706 out of 5 stars
238 Ratings
Would recommend to a friend

238 Customer Reviews

Rated 3 out of 5 stars
By Suki on Feb 8, 2023

not great.

It's a little aggravating to set up and get on. And the arm padding easily falls off the straps leading too additional time feeding the straps back through the padding...a little elastic at the opening of the padding probably would've helped. Once it was all put together and strapped on it moderately reduced pulling although pretty much only when the dog was going straight ahead in front of us. I think our front-mount harness with the martingale collar does a somewhat better job all around.

Rated 1 out of 5 stars
By MJP on May 22, 2023

not good

This training halter is too complicated and doesn’t stay on or when it does it does work. Total fail.

Rated 5 out of 5 stars
By DatSass on Nov 23, 2022

Immediate Positive Results

I was desperate to find a way to walk my new 6 yo Lab foster dog without her pulling and straining. VERY high prey drive and moderately dog-reactive. I had used a similar under the front leg harness before with another dog but this pup is a much stronger pull-lunger and I was really discouraged. Out of the box, the harness rig looked well built. I took one of the training treats she loves and rubbed it along the inside and outside of the collar and the nylon string parts. She didn't seem to mind the getup in her excitement to get started on the walk. AFTER A FEW STEPS, she got with the program! I hadff to adjust the tightness of the cords a few times. Thrilled. I am thrilled. If that changes after we get more time in with it I will adjust the review.

Rated 4 out of 5 stars
By Buddy on Feb 18, 2023

A reasonable option

Has made hikes with my 25 lb dynamo more comfortable for both of us. It has helped a lot with her pulling.

Rated 1 out of 5 stars
By Chris on Mar 2, 2023

Not what I expected

To hand to figure out how to put on a toddler lab. They need to make it user friendly

Rated 5 out of 5 stars
By SMEE on Nov 28, 2022

Best Investment Ever!

Tried many no-pull harnesses in the past and our dog would either figure them out or hate them so he wouldn't walk. He doesn't mind this one at all and best of all, he doesn't pull! He's a sled dog breed, so it was a real problem!

Rated 1 out of 5 stars
By DorisM on Dec 13, 2022

Did not stop the pulling

I had high hopes for this halter. It did not stop my dog from pulling. Back to the prong collar.

Rated 4 out of 5 stars
By tennislaw on Nov 7, 2022

Sporn training halter

Tje collar worked fine for me. It helped the dog from pulling quite as much. However, it is a little awkward to get on and off.

Rated 5 out of 5 stars
By Splootin on Aug 2, 2022

Instant Improvement

Our 8 month old 28 pound Scotty would pull more often than not in his harness when we would go out for bathroom breaks or walks. This made it very difficult for my wife and our parents take him out because he pulled so much and so hard. Using the Sporn Training Halter has greatly reduced his tendency to pull and when he does want to pull he pulls a lot less.

Rated 2 out of 5 stars
By chaos on Sep 20, 2022

spoon training harness

I have a pug pup who isn't quite 2 yo. He is in constant motion. We could not begin to get it fit. Too complicated for this lille ranger