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SafeHarness™ - Personalized No-Pull Dog Harness


It's time to stop the rough choke-like pulling and make your relationship with your dog more personal & special! Personalize your dog's name on it & ensure your dog never gets lost by adding your phone number.

The SafeHarness™ comes in multiple colors & sizes to accommodate all breeds. Comfortable, safe & secure for everyday use.

Personalized For All Dogs

Along with the personalized text of your dog's name & your phone number, you can choose from 7 colors & 6 sizes.

It's suitable for all types of dogs, ranging from small breeds weighing 5 lbs (2 kg) to larger breeds of 150 lbs (68 kg).

Each harness is personalized specifically for you & comes with adjustable straps for your dog to fit in comfortably without being able to chew on the harness. 

Improves Your Dog's Behavior

It is all too common for traditional dog leashes and harnesses to pull on your dog, not only giving you less control but potentially hurting their neck or spine. As dogs can get easily distracted by cars, squirrels, rabbits, or other dogs, you never know when you might have to abruptly stop your dog.

The TrueHarness™ bypasses this problem with its state-of-the-art no-pull technology, equally distributing weight across your dog’s frame when using a leash. The result? Effortless control and comfort at the same time, for both you and your dog.

For extra control, hold your dog in place directly from the extra durable top handle, gain total flexibility with his all-in-one harness!

Why Is SafeHarness™ Better Than A Collar?

The SafeHarness™ is perfect for training, discourages pulling, and allows you to stop your dog from jumping up on strangers without worrying about choking all while giving you more control. Dogs on harnesses are also less likely to be tangled up in the leash accidentally.

A big advantage a harness has over collars is that they reduce the risk of neck injury which dogs are prone to. They massively reduce respiratory problems & tracheal collapses.

Sizing –

Measure your dog's chest with tape, this measurement corresponds to the measurement in the size chart below. 

If your dog is in between sizes, we recommend going one size up for dogs with wide shoulders or chest. For dogs with a narrow chest or shoulders, we recommend one size down. 

Size Estimates Only
Extra Small - Chest 14-19 in, 35-48cm Puppy, Sausage Dog, Pomeranian
Small - Chest 18-23 in, 45-58cm Mini Schnauzer, Shih Tzu
Medium - Chest 22-26 in, 55-65cm Pug, French Bulldog, Pembroke
Large - Chest 26-31 in, 65-80cm Australian Shepherd, Basset Hound
Extra Large - Chest 28-35in, 70-90cm Labrador, German Shepherd, Golden Retriever
2X Large - Chest 32-44in, 83-110cm  Rottweiler, Tibetan Mastiff, Bullmastiff