Freedom No Pull Harness Review (2 Hounds Design)

Freedom No Pull Harness
What It Is

The Freedom No Pull Harness from 2 Hounds Design is a well appointed, well designed dog harness that is made in the U.S.A..  But the real innovation is the action loop which  sits at the bottom of your dog's neck.  This position is a dog's natural center of gravity.  When your dog begins to pull the action loop cinches up the straps around your dog's chest giving a gentle reminder that it's more comfortable to stay close to you.  The No Pull Harness will work with any leash but it is suggested you add the 4 Configuration Training Leash to the equation especially if your dog is really unruly on the leash.  The Training leash allows you to connect to the action loop and another d ring in the front to better steer or control your pooch.  The nylon strapping used to make both the Freedom No Pull Harness and Training Leash is the same used to tow small cars and should not break or fray.  Should an accident happen though, 2 Hounds Design will replace up to 2 straps free. The straps that go under and around your dog's front legs are lined with swiss velvet so there is no rubbing or sore spots.

Why Is It Useful?

The Freedom No Pull Harness is a quality everyday harness in it's own right.  But the design and the action loop make it an excellent training aid for those dogs who do not have good leash manners.

Who It’s For
The Freedom No Pull Harness is perfect for pet parents that may struggle with Fido on the leash.  Using this harness repeatedly should teach your dog to stay close and not pull.  As for dogs, this is a good device for those that like to chase small animals or cars.  Hard pulling on the leash could cause injury to the pet parent on the other end of the leash.  The Freedom No Pull Harness comes in many sizes so it should be compatible with any breed or size dog.
What To Be Aware Of
The Freedom No Pull Harness comes in many colors and styles and will fit dogs from 14 lbs. to 250 lbs.  The Freedom No Pull Harness is made in the U.S.A. 
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  • Assembly & Instructions

    None or Very Easy