No Pull Puppy or Dog Harness Review - How to Train a New Dog
Walk your dog in safety and comfort using the Yuppie Puppy Anti-Pull Mesh Harness, Multiple Sizes
This mesh harness works well for small and (perhaps medium) size dogs up to 20 lbs. It will work on moderate to aggressive pullers and is gentle enough to use for long walks in the park or on outings. It goes on easily (in one piece) which makes it perfect for a squirming puppy or high energy dog. Great for senior small to medium dogs as well, as the Canine Concepts No-pull Harness allows maximum movement and flexibility with the protection of Sherpa sleeves that go behind the legs. What size dog is this not for? Medium dogs over 20 lbs or over 12″ neck size, Large, X-Large.
This no pull harness distributes the pressure points across the chest rather than the neck. It allows your puppy or dog to walk in a straight line. And, you can steer your puppy or dog by using the chest lead. Great for when you are trying to train your puppy or move and turn with you while walking. The Freedom No-Pull Harness, Medium will help train your puppy or dog to stay closer to you on walks. Plus, for extra durability it is made out of nylon webbing and reinforced stitching. Lined with velvet (strap that goes behind the legs), in order to prevent rubbing, sores, or chaffing from the straps which adjust for comfort and for size. Great for extra large breeds such as Mastiffs, or Great Danes. What size dog this isn’t good for? Toy breeds. There are no sizes for toy breeds, the smallest size is listed above. Highly recommended for dog owners who want more control over their dogs while walking and dogs who pull aggressively while walking.
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No pull puppy or dog harnesses for toy breeds are difficult to find. I looked at the Four Paws Black Comfort Control Dog Harness. It apparently has a problem with the plastic clasps being stiff and not connecting easily, and breaking. Add to that a scratchy strip which sits along a dog’s back and this harness has the potential to irritate your puppy’s or dog’s skin. If you have a small toy breed puppy or dog and they are a moderate to heavy puller, the mesh harness will work to eliminate pulling. Made especially for small toy breeds, it uses mesh as gentle restriction across your puppy’s or dog’s chest instead of nylon bands which can hurt a small chest or neck. Inexpensive and lightweight, it works for any toy breed with a neck size of under 9 inches, perfect for 3 to 4 lb dogs. It is hand washable. Highly recommended for toy breeds.Please note: The dog harness reviews on this page are geared toward fully grown dogs. To find the best harness for a puppy, see "," (January 2016).If you have had problems walking your puppy or dog because of pulling, try a non pull puppy or dog harness. Most dog owners notice a difference right away. Getting a no pull puppy or dog harness will make your dog walking experience more enjoyable, while creating a happier and healthier puppy or dog.The harness works pretty well. I will preface by saying I have a very high strong, hyper shepherd so this is a good test. I would say it cuts back the pulling about 80 percent. It makes the walks more enjoyable. It helps if the dog has some basic training and results would be even better. My dog does have obedience training but is still very hyper and active at 1 year of age. I believe as he gets older and out of the high strung puppy stage i will have ben better results.