This adjustable harness requires only two measurements to choose the right size. Our patent pending harness is padded with fleece and adjusts in four places to fit growing and hard to fit dogs. Multi-Use for pulling, training, walking or control.
Ideal for pulling in light to medium activities such as skijoring, cani-cross, in-line skating, pulling a sled, bike or wagon
Padded through the neck and chest area with soft fleece for added comfort
Fully adjustable through the neck, back, chest, girth and belly for a great fit
Floating O-ring puts less stress on the dog's hips when pulling at an angle
Belly strap restricts the dog from backing out of the harness
This harness is well made and it is FULLY adjustable. The only problem is that all of my dogs are trained to walk 'loose leash' and I'm struggling to get them to pull. I was hoping that this harness would feel different enough from a collar that they wouldn't associate it with the 'no pulling' rule. I have a $3,000 brand new slatmill that's just collecting dust at the moment. I've refocused my goals and am concentrating on training 1 dog to use it so that he can cart around my deafblind, limited mobility, senior pug with major FOMO! So far, he'll pull for cat food lol. Once he's trained, I'll purchase more for my other dogs.
Best Harness I’ve Used For Bike Rides
on Apr 3, 2020
i’ve had the harness since 2017 and haven’t noticed the fleece material being worn out, which i’m happy with since i only have one and use it on the two dogs i have! (luckily, both dogs are the same size in everything, so it’s easy for them to share gear if i need them to). they seem to enjoy running along the bike more in this harness, compared to a normal everyday harness that i use to use. Anytime anyone asks about a harness for bike rides, I’ve always recommended this harness to them.
Sizing is way off
on May 5, 2020
Purchased a large for my 45lb dog as that is what they recommend and it is extremely big. No product for medium sized dogs and inaccurate size description.
My first puller
on Feb 5, 2020
We got our first Siberian and have been teaching him to pull with a kick bike and a bicycle, this was the first harness we tried, unfortunately our Siberian at one point got a running start we weren't ready for and he snapped the stitching and pop that back strap right off and was free. We have since but other types of harnesses the Xback style, but I think Skye was much more comfortable in this one we decided we won't order another one and give it another shot if it hadn't pop the stitching we would have given this five stars for sure.
on Dec 21, 2019
I have two dogs which weigh about 45 pounds and pull like crazy on hikes. After spending about $300 on every type of harness you can buy, I think the Ultra Paws harness works the best. This harness does not pull the dog's head down or make the dog choke. The large is a little big for my medium size dogs, but you can adjust to fit. They seem happier with this type harness. I wish they would come in a medium size.
lasted less than a month
on May 31, 2020
The concept is good but it lasted less than a month, my dog is 55 pounds.
Slighty disappointed with this harness.
on Nov 18, 2019
I ordered two of these before opening the first one and when I did I was super disappointed because a large was actually a XL. There's no in between size so I'm out of luck.
Fantastic Pulling Harness!
on Sep 18, 2019
I have a husky and wanted to get her into pulling while we bike and train her to pull small carts. This was amazing! It's padded and works very well by distributing the weight/pull. Everything is adjustable and she's very comfortable wearing it.
Def a pulling harness
on Jun 16, 2019
I got this because my pup has a L to XL chest and a medium neck (45 lb). Her easy walker was rubbing her armpits raw. The harness does seem to take away the rubbing issue, but she can really pull with this harness. So I don't recommend if you have a large dog that isn't under control. I will probably use this harness when we go for runs. I recommend watching the YouTube video because they give you advise where it should lay on your dog. The only problem/concern I have is if she's below me when we are descending a steep hill I feel like the angle pulls up on her stomach
Great Escape proof harness for daschound mix dog
on Jun 25, 2019
We tried tons of harnesses labeled as escape proof on our daschund terrier mix and he got out of them all. It was hard to find a harness that was large enough for his chest but went small enough for his waist. But this one fits perfectly. He can't even escape from it when we wear it a little loser even! So glad I found this harness!