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Non Pull Harness

Non Pull Harness
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The Non-Pull Harness is the perfect solution if your dog tugs on the lead during walks. How it works If your pet is prone to tugging, keep them under control with this harness. It’s easy to... Read more

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The Non-Pull Harness is the perfect solution if your dog tugs on the lead during walks.

How it works

If your pet is prone to tugging, keep them under control with this harness. It’s easy to use and completely safe, giving you peace of mind when you’re out and about with your pet.

The simple design can be popped over your pet’s head, looped under their legs and fastened beneath their stomach with a secure locking system. This harness is made from durable mesh that’s designed to move with your dog's body, so it won’t restrict them. The straps are padded with sherpa fleece for extra comfort. 

Designed to be used with short leashes, this harness works with a lift and pull mechanism. If your pet pulls at their lead, it lifts them gently to prevent further movement. This helps you stay in control and discourages them from tugging sharply.

Key benefits

  • designed to be used with a short lead
  • adjustable shoulder straps and sliding fastener
  • comfortable sherpa fabric prevents rubbing
  • easy to fit and use
  • patented elastic mesh stretches with your dog's body
  • keeps you in control

When to use it

When it comes to walks, some dogs can be too enthusiastic. Your dog might pull sharply at their lead, either out of excitement or if something catches their eye, which can cause serious problems if you're near traffic or other people. A harness like this one can help to keep you both safe.

This harness is a great training tool, as the gentle lift action when your dog tugs will eventually discourage them from pulling. It also gives you added peace of mind if you live or walk near busy roads, as you’ll have full control over your pet’s movements.

It’s important that you get the right fit for your dog, so make sure you measure them before purchasing their harness. 

Size Guide

Size Neck Measurement (where the collar would sit) Typical Breed
Small 20 - 30 cm Daschund, Cavalier King Charles Spaniel
Medium 30 - 43 cm Beagle, Cocker Spaniel, Pointer
Large 43 - 60 cm Bernese MD, Bull Mastiff, Rottwieller 

Customer reviews

4.1 out of 5 20  Reviews

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  • No pull harness
    Harness fits well. My dog is comfortable wearing it. No pulling
    Charles - July 18, 2017
  • Definitely stops pulling
    This harness was great, our hard pulling Collie stopped pulling instantly, a real relief for both of us.!However, after a while of off-leash running about she came back without the harness! So it lasted not even one walk even though it was put on correctly and not loose on her. Great harness, but I recommend taking it off before letting the dog run free.
    Melanie - November 14, 2016
  • Fits our Rottweiler comfortable - she sits patiently while it is put on. Seems to be good for her
    Norman Hull - July 19, 2015
  • Our Golden Retriever has pulled so hard it has bruised my feet and hurt my lower back. I hadn't thought about a harness before and its only when he developed a sore on his neck I tried it. From day one I have a different dog! I can actually walk rather than having an exhaustive battle. He seems so much more relaxed. Great product.
    David - June 9, 2015
  • Used this harness for my three cairn terriers, it did not stop pulling at all but I used them correctly fit for three months as I felt they were more secure than simply using just a collar and lead. However, the cord is already wearing and, more disturbingly, I've just noticed that on two of my wee dogs the metal plate has caught their coat leaving the area completely bald. Stopped using the harness and awaiting a response from pet-supermarket.
    Pauline - October 18, 2014