The Freedom No-Pull Harness features a patented control loop on the back of the harness which tightens gently around your dog’s chest to discourage pulling behavior and makes walking your dog an easy, more enjoyable experience for both of you. It also features a structural connection ring on the front of the harness. Connecting to this ring is optional, but recommended, as it allows you to attach to the front and back of the harness simultaneously. Used this way, you can control pulling and redirect your dog’s attention back to you for training and treats.
The Freedom No-Pull Harness features a Swiss velvet-lined chest strap to help prevent rubbing and chafing behind the front legs. The stainless steel hardware used on the harness will never rust or corrode, and the webbing can literally be used to tow cars. It will not break or fray, no matter how hard your dog pulls.
The Freedom No-Pull Harness is designed to fit any dog from 14 lbs all the way up to 250+ lbs.
It comes in two widths:
5/8” for smaller dogs under 40 lbs – Dachshunds, Italian Greyhounds, Whippets, Jack Russel Terriers, Beagles, Miniature Schnauzers, etc.
1” for larger dogs over 40 lbs – Boxers, Labrador Retrievers, Golden Retrievers, Greyhounds, German Shepherds, Basset Hounds, Pit Bulls, Great Danes, etc.
To measure your dog for the harness, use a soft measuring tape (or a piece of string) and measure all the way around the largest part of your dog’s chest. Choose the SMALLEST size that fits within that measurement.
Multiple Leash Attachment Options!
The training leash is designed to be used in conjunction with the Freedom No-Pull Harness. It provides additional control points, which evenly distribute pressure. It has a permanently attached “floating” handle, allowing the leash to be used in multiple configurations:
- Connect to the front and the back of the harness simultaneously.
- Connect to just the front or the back of the harness.
- Connect to the harness and a collar at the same time.
When connected to two points the training leash is 3′ long including the floating handle, and 4′ long when attached to a single point. As the name suggests, this shorter leash is especially useful for training.
The Euro leash is just like the training leash but is 6′ long when connected to both attachments, and 8′ long when connected to a single point. The handle is removable and can be used separately. The Euro leash can be used in the following configurations:
- 8″ Traffic handle all by itself.
- Fold leash in half. Clip one end of leash to your dog’s collar or harness and the other end to the stationary ring. Clip the Traffic Handle to the floating ring. This makes a 4′ lead.
- To create a 2 foot leash, continue from step two, slide the floating O-ring towards you and reconnect it to the bolt snap that is connected to your dog’s collar.
- Place lead around shoulder/back and clip (1) end to floating ring and other end to dog. This makes a hands-free lead.
- Place lead around waist and clip (1) end to floating ring and other end to dog. This makes a hands-free lead.
- To keep your dog close and safe while sitting stationary with him/her, simply attach leash to your dog and wrap the handle end of leash around a pole, fence post, railing or small tree and attach both snaps in the handle to the floating o-ring. (use this method only while remaining with your dog)
*The main difference between the Training leash and Euro leash is the length. The training leash is 3′ long when connected to both points and Euro leash is 6′ long. The Euro leash also has a removable handle that can be used in high traffic situations when you need to keep your dog close to you. We do recommend the training leash for strong pullers because the shorter the lead, the more control you are going to have.
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Since 2003, 2 Hounds Design has been making quality products that dogs love wearing and people love using! We use Lean Manufacturing principles to drive continuous improvement in the areas of quality, comfort, and on time delivery.
- MLMary Lynn L.Verified Buyer13 hours agoRated 5 out of 5 starsBack for seconds
This is my second Freedom No Pull Harness, not because other one wore out -- my puppy grew! Cute styles, not hard to adjust and we are ready to walk
- THTawni H.Verified BuyerYesterdayRated 5 out of 5 starsLess stress
I was surprised how much less stressful our walks are now using the 2 Hounds harness. I walk with 2 dogs and it was always a nightmare running into golf carts or ATVs - barking and jumping. Using both front and top clips of the harness combined with the shorter training leash has given me the ability to focus on correcting their behavior rather than just trying to stop them from pulling me over. All 3 of us are already much less anxious walking.
- MM2 months agoRated 5 out of 5 starsUnlike any other harness
The freedom harness was recommended by my dogâ€™s agility trainer. The harness helps with her pulling and throughout training by keeping her by my side. Itâ€™s comfortable for her to wear as she doesnâ€™t have issues wearing it as sheâ€™s had with other harnesses and collars. I have an American Bully weighing 66 pounds and the L fits her perfectly.
- KDKimberly D.Verified Buyer3 months agoRated 5 out of 5 starsPerfect
Our reactive American Bull Dog is very strong. She was a rescue we got 3 years ago, while her pulling had minimally improved over time, she was too strong to keep under control in the presence of squirrels and other dogs. With the 2 hounds harness for one week, she is soooooooooo improved! I would highly recommend this system for anyone. I think of past dogs that would have done better with this system
- JOJudy O.3 months agoRated 1 out of 5 starsDog ate threw the harness in 3 minutes, buckles froze and leash stitching on clasp failed
My dog chewed threw the harness in 3 minutes. Walked away for a few minutes after putting on her and she already had it off. She has not done this with 2 other harnesses. One clasp on the leash completely froze and was unusable. The other clasp broke at the stiching when she saw some other dogs off leash and ran to play with them.