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Freedom No-Pull Harness

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  • Designed & Patented by Jessica MacDonald, co-owner of
  • Made in the USA.
  • Training and walking aide.
  • Luxurious Swiss velvet lining on chest strap to help eliminate chafing.
  • Lifetime structure and chewing warranty.

Product Details

  • Shipping Weight: 1 pounds
  • ASIN: B005I6LKLO
  • Average Customer Review: 4.5 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (10 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #92,626 in Pet Supplies (See Top 100 in Pet Supplies)
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Product Description

Designed & Patented by co-owner, Jessica MacDonald. The Freedom No-Pull Harness is endorsed worldwide by Trainers, Vets, Adoption Groups, and most recently seen on the hit training show It's Me or the Dog, by Victoria Stilwell on Animal Planet. The unique patented harness design minimizes/eliminates pulling, neck strain, and the chance of escape. The Freedom harness was the first harness on the market to integrate the Martingale style tightening loop into a harness. Additionally, this was the first harness design to incorporate a two point connection for maximum control. The harness is extremely effective for training and minimizes the effect of pulling for several reasons: (1) tightening effect of the loop on the harness, (2) the location of the loop, (3) the reconfigurable design that allows you to attach to only the back or to the front and back of the harness simultaneously. Why Does the Harness Work? Most harnesses allow a dog to pull harder because they distribute the pressure. The Freedom Harness is different because the loop located on the back gently tightens as the dog pulls. The slight pressure allows you to control the dog easier while simultaneously giving the dog a physical cue. The tightening is only slight so it does not cause injury to the tendons or back. Removing Pressure from the Neck The harness is designed so that the front straps are located below the neck area minimizing the possibility of many common neck, trachea, spinal cord and optical injuries associated with pulling/tugging on a collar. Construction Constructed of industrial strength nylon webbing, the KeystoneTM FREEDOM Harness features solid stainless steel hardware, reinforced X- stitching and a comfort conscious design that keeps webbing edges turned out to prevent irritation. Additionally, this harness features a luxurious Swiss Velvet lined chest strap to inhibit chafing behind the front legs.

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I HIGHLY recommend this harness for every dog.
She usually is very good on walks but if she decides she wants to kiss a child or chase a squirrel she can be a very powerful puller.
The gentle tightening around the chest is enough of a deterrent that she walks calmly next to me without much of a correction.
A. Rose

Most Helpful Customer Reviews

67 of 74 people found the following review helpful By Criticalthinker on August 3, 2012
After thirty years of dogs and dog training I have become pretty stink-eyed when it comes to manufacturers' claims that a particular product will help fix your dog. I purchased this freedom harness because it was recommended for use on reactive dogs in Grisha Stewart's book on Behavior Adjustment Training, and I happen to have my dog enrolled in a BAT class. After using the harness on my shy, reactive dog I have come to believe that Stewart is wrong in her recommendation.

First, I will admit that the design of the harness is excellent, as are construction and materials (heavy-duty metal parts, but the plastic clasps are standard issue). The velvet lining on the belly strap is a thoughtful detail. There is one sharp edge on my harness, where the strap end was heat sealed. The sliding handle on the double-ended leash is a useful safety backup when handling a strong dog -- I looped it over my wrist while I worked the rest of the lead. I found that I could use the chest attachment to keep my dog in a close heel, while the martingale loop on his back was good for giving gentle corrections. A tug on the chest leash turned my dog around efficiently, when quickness was needed. My dog did attempt to back out of the harness, but was unable to.

I was convinced this was a great product as long as I was handling my dog in a calm, controlled environment. When I took him into the real world and he reacted to a trigger, however, the tightening of the belly strap as I restrained him made him even more agitated, and it just spiraled up from there. I believe that action -- the forced restriction of the chest -- is inappropriate and harmful for the reactive dog. It causes panic in the shy dog, especially, ramping up the fight or flight response.
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23 of 23 people found the following review helpful By goldens on January 1, 2012
We tried several different harnesses which all were uncomfortable for our golden. I researched extensively what I wanted for my dog harness, and came up with the Freedom No Pull Harness. From the very first time I put it on my dog, it was a miracle! She walked with no discomfort, and she did not pull at all. I love the leash that comes with it. It is a must to have with the harness. I HIGHLY recommend this harness for every dog.
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19 of 20 people found the following review helpful By A. Rose on March 18, 2013
Recently, I adopted a very skittish Shepherd mix dog from a local shelter. While she has good leash manners for the most part, when she sees a trigger (and trust me, there are lots of them), she freaks out and goes into the red zone where I cannot control her with praise, treats, voice commands, etc. There were several times where she panicked so thoroughly that she nearly escaped from me. Honestly, were this to happen, I don't know if I could catch her before she ended up getting hurt/killed. So I started doing my research. I knew I needed a quality harness, BUT her last owners had severely traumatized her to leashes/harnesses to the point where she would collapse/pee in fear when she saw them. I managed to get her over her leash fear, but she was still terrified of harnesses. Therefore, I was very skeptical about using one. During one of my many online searches, I found a forum where they were discussing no pull harnesses. The Freedom was the favorite and had high praises and recommendations, so I ordered it on a whim. Truly, I did not know what to expect when I opened the package.

I was blown away.

The quality of the craftsmanship is evident - the material is heavy duty as are the metal clasps and D rings. The double ended leash is very unique and different from anything I have ever seen. The piece itself is like a work of art and is very attractive even as an accessory! Though I wouldn't say it's all beauty and no function. The harness is designed smartly, so that I don't have to wrangle my dog's legs through any loops and further exploit her fear. It slips over the head easily and then clips on either side. As soon as I started walking, I felt a difference. Merely wearing the harness changed my dog's behavior drastically.
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14 of 17 people found the following review helpful By Greg Hunicutt on May 5, 2012
I purchased my new pup's first Freedom harness at the urging of kd's breeder. Upon receiving it, I realized I had purchased the harness in a larger size several years ago for my now-deceased larger dog and never used it -- I found it too complicated to put on Roger. BUT WAIT!

Then the Freedom harness I purchased for my puppy a year after Roger's death is much smaller, as kd is a Cairn Terrier and will not get anywhere close to Roger's size.

At first, I was using a more attractive harness on kd which has a lot of padding on the shoulder area; sort of a webbed design. But I wasn't grooming kd properly, including my leaving her harness on when she was napping (pure laziness on my part).

When I took kd to be groomed, my groomer found out about my lack of brushing kd a min. of 2x/week AND the fur problem because of the harness I'd used.

I was so glad I kept the Freedom No-Pull Dog Harness brochure that came with kd's harness, as it had fair visuals on how to place the harness on one's canine. Though it looks complicated, the Freedom No-Pull harness is so simple after correctly assembling it on one's dog. And it offers great comfort and control for one's dog.

In the Freedom harness, there's extra care in providing velvet-like material padding where the harness gathers under the dog's front legs. Most harnesses don't have such protection, and the mesh material can irritate some dogs under their front legs due to this design flaw.

I also love how the colors I selected include more visible "neon-like" web material on the top of the harness (where the metal loop assembly is woven into the main harness). This helps drivers and other pedestrians and dog walkers see me and my dog's harness at night and in low-light conditions.
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