Premier Easy Walk Harness Black/Silver (Large)
The Easy Walk Harness is designed to gently discourage your dog from pulling while walking on a leash. Traditional harnesses can actually encourage dogs to pull harder because of the “opposition reflex.” That’s the reflex that makes sled dogs do what they do.
The Easy Walk Harness' unique front-chest leash attachment stops pulling by tightening slightly across your dog's chest and shoulder blades. The gentle pressure steers your dog to the side and redirecting his attention back towards you. The Easy Walk Harness never causes coughing, gagging, or choking because the chest strap rests low across the breastbone, not on the delicate tracheal area.
A quick snap buckle on both the shoulder and belly straps make it easier to get the harness on and off.
Soft, but strong nylon and four adjustment points provide maximum comfort and a reliable fit.
The belly strap is an attractive complementary color - making it easy to identify which strap goes over the shoulders and which goes under the belly.
Extremely pleased with this harness by 389poncho from South Central Wisconsin02/18/2012
I have an almost 3 year old German Shepherd/Bernese Mountain Dog mix that has been trying to dislocate my shoulders all these years. She tries really hard to please me but the BMD in her makes her pull like she is in the Swiss Alps pulling one of those big loaded carts. That inherent working dog "pull" keeps taking over.
Enter the "Easy Walk" harness. After I fitted her, we went out for the maiden run. After giving her one quick tug, she came back to my side and has stayed there ever since. The leash attaches to this harness at the front/chest area. Apparently dogs don't like being pulled backwards and sideways at the same time. It doesn't look unpleasant but it sure must be to them. All I know is, it really does work and I am one happy camper!
Thank you "Easy Walk" harness,
gentle leader harness by lori03/27/2011
this is the best thing since sliced bread! No pulling Period! No more dislocated shoulders! My 85# Golden in a dream 2 walk. Wish we sold this at my work (TSC)
Extremely pleased with this harness !!!! by 389poncho from South Central Wisconsin03/03/2012
This dog is a GSD/Bernese Mountain Dog mix and has been trying to pull my shoulders apart for two years now.
I fitted the harness to her and within 15 seconds after our walk started, her predisposition for pulling disappeared. It seems there is something about being pulled sideways and backward at the same time that is very unpleasant to a dog. Sure doesn't look uncomfortable, but it must be to them. I read a review recently that stated the results didn't last and their dog started pulling all over again after he got used to it. Only one person mentioned that though.
I have another standard harness that connects to the top of the back. So what I do it use that one 2-3 days out of each week [7 days] just to keep her guessing. Now, as far as I'm concerned, this is a permanent fix.
I'm a happy camper !!!