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PetSafe Easy Walk Dog Harness, No Pull Dog Harness
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- Vet and trainer recommended: Created by a veterinary behaviorist over 15 years ago, the easy walk harness stops light to moderate pulling
- Safe solution for pulling: Allows you to control light to moderate pulling and rests across your dog’s chest, instead of their throat, so there’s no choking or coughing
- Quick and easy: Fit the harness on your dog in just a few minutes with the quick snap shoulder and belly straps, the front clip chest d ring gives you extra control over your dog
- 1 year chew damage replacement: If your pooch decides to turn the harness into a chew toy, we will replace it for a minimal fee
- Comfortable fit: Our patented Martingale loop on the chest piece helps provides relaxed control and prevents twisting
- Perfect fit guarantee: From petite pups to giant pooches, the easy walk harness is available in 8 sizes and fits most any tail wagger
- U.S. based customer care: Let our pet product experts help
- Quality guaranteed: PetSafe brand has been a trusted global leader in pet behavior, containment and lifestyle innovations for nearly 30 years; We help pets and their people live happy together.
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PetSafe Easy Walk Harness
The Easy Walk Harness gently discourages your dog from pulling while on a leash. Easy to fit and comfortable to wear, the Easy Walk Harness makes walking enjoyable for you and your dog. The front-chest leash attachment helps you steer your dog to the side and redirect his attention toward you. The front strap rests across your dog’s chest instead of putting pressure on the delicate throat, so there’s no choking or gagging. Now you can take the lead and enjoy the freedom of stress-free walks.
A Company You Can Trust
- Global brand in pet products for nearly 30 years
- U.S.-based experts available
- We help pets and their people live happily together!
PetSafe Easy Walk Harness Features
The patented Martingale loop on the chest piece discourages pulling by redirecting their attention to you.
Vet and Trainer Recommended
Created by a veterinary behaviorist, the Easy Walk Harness safely and comfortably stops light to moderate pulling.
Quick and Easy Fit
Quick-snap buckles on shoulder and belly straps for easy on and off.
How to Measure
Measure Your Dog's Girth
Measure around the deepest part of your dog's rib cage.
Measure Your Dog's Chest
Measure across the width of your dog's chest, starting and ending one inch behind their front legs.
Choose the Appropriate Size
The girth and neck measurements should guide your sizing decision. If you are trying to decide between two sizes, the smaller of the two sizes works best. If you need assistance in selecting the correct size for your pet, please contact our Customer Care team at 1-800-845-3274.
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The PetSafe easy walk Harness gently discourages your dog from pulling while on a leash. Easy to fit and comfortable to wear, the easy walk Harness makes walking enjoyable for you and your dog. The front chest leash attachment helps you steer your dog to the side and redirect his attention toward you. The chest strap rests across your dog’s chest instead of putting pressure on the delicate throat, so there’s no choking or gagging. Now you can take the lead and enjoy the freedom of stress free walks.
Product detailsColor:Black/Silver | Size:Large
User Manual Manual [PDF ]Spec sheet [PDF ]Product Warranty: For warranty information about this product, please click here. [PDF ]
- Is Discontinued By Manufacturer : No
- Product Dimensions : 0.38 x 5.13 x 9.5 inches; 10.58 Ounces
- Item model number : EWH-HC-L-BLK
- Date First Available : October 2, 2001
- Manufacturer : Toys & Behavior
- ASIN : B0009ZBKG4
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For the record, I love my dog. He's like that weird uncle no one wants to invite to Thanksgiving, but you have to because he's family.
I am blown away!
Even after I read all the five star reviews, I was skeptical. I bought this harness and got same-day shipping. I walked her that evening and I couldn't believe my eyes! The first time she pulled, the harness snugged up on her chest and gently turned her to face me; she stopped immediately. She turned and kept walking, but slower and more mindfully. I gave her some slack in the extendable leash and then locked it down--as soon as she pulled again she immediately stopped again. That's it. Pulling is over. My 13 year old is now walking her every day and loving it! She doesn't pull, she minds the "heel" commands. If she gets too excited and starts to pull, she stops as soon as the harness snugs around her. She's starting to walk better with just her regular collar and no harness at all. This harness appears to be breaking her pulling habit entirely!!
Here is what you need to know with fitting. My dog is a mixed breed and is barrel-chested for her size. I really worried that I would never get the right fit. I have a hard time buying any harness for her. If I get it large enough for her chest, it's too large for her paws and neck and she can slip it easily. We've been through many. Not the case with this one!
Fitting: Measure the largest part of your dog's chest. Buy the size that most narrowly matches that chest measurement. My dog's chest is 24 inches, which fits in the size range for the Medium which is for 20-28" chest. I took her PetsMart and tried the medium on her and it was HUGE! I couldn't make it tight enough to stay on her. So I ordered the Small/Medium which is for 19-25" chest--a more narrow range for her chest measurement. I was worried it would borderline on too tight. It isn't. I had to snug it up quite a bit to make it fit her.
As for putting it on and taking it off: Don't unbuckle everything!!!! It's too confusing. You only need to work with the buckle for the chest strap, which buckles at the side of the chest so you can actually see it!! These harnesses are all 2-color. The strap that buckles around her chest is the second color--in my case silver. The main color, in my case black, is the whole rest of the harness. Only unbuckle the part that buckles around your dog's chest. (See the attached photos) Stand in front of your dog. Hold the harness so the leash loop is facing you and dangling at the bottom (the leash loop is the metal circle on which you will clip the leash to the harness--it will be on your dog's chest, not the top of the back as with other harnesses). Slip the harness over your dog's head and then just buckle the colored strap under the chest and you're all set. Take it off by unbuckling the chest strap and slipping it right over your dog's head. It's not a tight squeeze and is actually so much easier than trying to slip both paws into the leg holes while holding your dog down and buckling the strap with your third arm. This is the easiest time I've ever had getting her into a harness.
You need to know that this harness will loosen itself after some time walking. Not it's strongest feature, but I couldn't even take off a star for this as it is such a miracle to be able to take our dog with us to parks, walks around the neighborhood, etc. There are 4 points on this harness that can be adjusted to fit your dog's individual shape and size. This is very much a strong point for me because my dog is not perfectly proportional. When you first take it out of the box, put it on your dog and check to see which points need adjustment. I can adjust it while it's on her, but it's easier if I take it off, adjust, and put it back on. I don't have to adjust it in the middle of walks. But you should check the adjustment every time you put it on your dog.
Pros: My dog doesn't pull anymore (life altering)!!! Great price (Amazon charged half what pet stores charge--I did not get a discount for this review!); easy to put on/take off; quality construction; 4 points of adjust-ability for a good custom fit.
Cons: none so far (need for periodic fit adjustment is not a big deal to me)
I would recommend this to a friend. I actually recommended it to a total stranger--an older lady in the pet store (without her dog) who said she has a Min-Pin she can't walk or take anywhere because he pulls her so much. I was so enthusiastic she bought one right then and there. My dog was standing there being an angel, wearing her Easy Walk Harness.
Please tell me if you found my review helpful. Please ask if you have questions. Thanks and good luck! I hope this solves your fur baby pulling problem. It certainly solved mine.
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Our dog also used to lose her mind at rabbits (there are tons in our neighbourhood). The first time she had the harness on she darted for the rabbit and did a totally front flip. Now she sees a rabbit, gets all perky, and we tell her to leave it, and she comes right back to our side and we continue on our walk. Game changer I tell ya!
I was the first person to try the harness on the Spaniel and the effect was immediate. You start walking, the dog goes ahead, you stop and hold on. As soon as the lead is taut the chest position of the lead causes the dog to spin 60-90 back towards you and look very confused. What just happened?
Walking is then a pleasure and its only when the dog is in reach of known locations (100 yards from the park, 50 yards from home) that it will pull. Even then, the pulling isn't to the same degree that would occur when led from the collar.
This harness has changed the life of the Spaniel's owner; they now walk together. But, when put back on the collar, the dog pulls from the off. So it isn't a training device, it's a permanent fixture.
The downside of using one is twofold. First, it gets dirty unless you're going to use it to get to a destination (the park) and then remove it. Second, it is a little confusing to put on and adjust. It works even when it's quite loose on the dog, Too tight and you may be causing friction sores so be careful. Sores are the lesser of two evils by comparison to your dog damaging it's neck and windpipe by pulling from the collar.
It fastens across the back and under the front two legs, the fastening loop is over the chest but tends to pull to the side if you don't have a loose lead. There's also 2 loops on the sides (by the shoulder) which I've used for the lead before and they work well but would rub on a long walk.
Meg is a well trained dog but the one thing she can't grasp is walking on a loose lead, with this harness she pulls about 70% less as the lead doesn't allow her to harness her power to pull. It's not s miracle cure to pulling and a dog prone to pulling will still require training but this goes a long way to helping.
There has been a tiny bit of rubbing under the front legs but nothing to worry about, Meg hasn't complained and it went away quickly. I'd definitely recommend this for a pooch that pulls!