SENSE-ation No-Pull Dog Harness - 1" Medium/Large
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- The Original Front-Leash Attachment Harness.
- Gently teaches your dog to walk at your side.
- Make your walks more enjoyable!
- Nickel plated, steel and welded O-rings for strength.
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The original SENSE-ation Harness is a no-pull dog harness that works wonders for positive reinforcement dog training, or just taking gentler walks with your pooch. An instruction booklet comes with all SENSE-ation Harnesses. The SENSE-ation is similar to the SENSE-ible Harness in design, however the SENSE-ation uses a custom Softouch polyester webbing for added comfort. The SENSE-ation Harness also features Duraflex plastic hardware, instead of metal. The O-rings on the chest and sides are nickel plated steel for extra durability. The curved side-release buckle and strap keepers are a plus. The girth strap, also called a "belly strap" comes in a coordinating color, making it easy to identify, and therefore easier to put on. The SENSE-ation Harness stops your dog from pulling, without choking, stress or otherwise harming your pet. You can use i right away - there is no acclimation period. Best of all, the SENSE-ation Harness is a favorite of positive reinforcement dog trainers and humane societies worldwide. Awarded "Gear of the Year" by The Whole Dog Journal, 2003. Using a flexible measuring tape, measure from just behind the front legs all the way around your dog. You are measuring the circumference of the body just behind the front legs, like performing a chest or belt measurement on a human. X-Large 1 Inch Width 39 - 50 Inch girth*. Large - 1 Inch Width 32 - 40 Inch girth*. Large - 3/4 Inch Width 31 - 40 Inch girth*. Medium/Large - 1 Inch Width 27 -32.5 Inch girth*. Med /Large - 3/4 Inch Width 26 - 32 Inch girth*. Medium - 1/2 Inch Width 24 - 28 Inch girth*. Small - 5/8 Inch Width 20 - 24.5 Inch girth*. X-Small - 7/16 Inch Width 16.5 - 20.5 Inch girth*. Mini - 7/16 Inch Width 13 - 16.5 Inch girth*. * If the measurement falls within two harnesses, we suggest the larger size. Example: 20" girth = Small.
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Top Customer Reviews
My dog, Muppet, is a golden doodle who loves walks. Except, not really walks, she loves attaching a leash to your wrist and then taking off in a random direction of her choice like she's racing in the Iditarod as you get flung around the sidewalk like a two pound sled. When my wife tries to walk this dog, she ends up with bruises all over her arms that make her look like she was in a boxing match. It became such a chore just trying to keep my dog from killing herself and everyone else during an afternoon "stroll".
We tried lots of things, too. Obedience school was a good place for her to show off her people pulling skills to the other dogs and disrupt the entire class. We tried all the tips, followed their instructions, trained her at home, and basically flunked the class. Pinch and training collars were good for her to suffocate herself to the point she would honk like a donkey, louder than any bark she's ever had - but she must have enjoyed that noise because that made her pull harder. Typically, when she would encounter a stranger, she would pull and pull and honk so loud trying to get over to them to pet her that they would be terrified at this furry honking creature and quickly walk the other way. Embarassing. I had informally changed her name to Donkey. As for harnesses, my dog thinks that they are mainly designed to optimize her pulling and make it easier to pull the human along, and this did nothing to stop or decrease her "honking", which I desperately was trying to stop.
My wife and I were at our wit's end when she started reading about "tracheal collapse" and had a mental breakdown the other night. Personally I had come to terms with having a sweet dog who otherwise turned into a raging bull anytime she went on a walk. I figure we are going to have to pay for a dog trainer and who knows what else to try and fix this problem. I buy this collar at 10 PM and figure it's worth a try. A dog trainer friend of ours gives us some tips and says, "Yeah, it'll probably work, but it'll take months, you'll have to stop every 2 feet, make her come back to you, etc..."
We took it out for a test drive tonight. I left the tag on it in case it made no difference or was even worse. I was fully expecting not to make it to the street corner, and I could not believe that we walked a full mile with basically ZERO pulling. This was the best walk, I kid you not, we have had in the last year and a half with my dog. No honking. No choking herself chasing after other dogs! No tearing my rotator cuff! NO MORE DONKEY!!! I honestly would not believe that it worked like this if I had not seen it with my own eyes. Your mileage may vary depending on your particular dog, but this has been revolutionary for us.
This is a well-constructed, high quality harness, it WORKS, and knowing what I know now, I gladly would have paid a hundred bucks for it. If you're even thinking about buying this, stop reading reviews and buy it.
Constructed of nylon webbing with plastic clips and fittings, this product may be used with a dog collar. The straps will not overlap or interfere with the collar.
This dog harness is adjustable in several ways, so it still fits my growing pup. She will soon outgrow it, though.
The metal ring sits in the front - on the dog's chest - so the leash clip can attach to the harness and the collar's ring for optimum (but kind) control. My pup respects this harness on long trail walks, even when we encounter such tempting distractions as birds, squirrels, and other dogs.
I recommend the SENSE-ation No-Pull Dog Harness. At about $30, it costs more than lots of similar products, but I found it much more useful and effective than other dog harnesses we have tried.
I have a 75 lb german shepherd/lab that pulls my arm out of its socket every time I try to walk her. I've actually been avoiding walks and just taking her to the dog park because I just couldn't handle her on walks. BUT NO MORE! As soon as we put on this harness, she can't pull anymore! We still run across others dogs or squirrels on walks and she still tries to bolt, but the harness redirects her sideways and she ends up stopping herself WITHOUT PULLING ME. I cried happy tears. We walk every day now!