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DogReins Adjustable Leashes and Harness Leash Combo Pack

DogReins!™ is a newly designed no-pull harness for big, strong or powerful dogs. DogReins!™ is the perfect harness when your dog is stronger than you are. The two front straps effectively communicate with your dog to turn right or left and to slow down or stop. The gentle pressure at the front of the dog’s chest slows forward momentum while maintaining balance.

Here are some of the features mentioned on the DogReins website.

  • Helps control powerful dogs gently and effectivelyDogReins-photo15
  • Designed with two front straps for maximum efficiency
  • The dog’s moveable joints are not affected
  • Dogs stay very balanced and grounded
  • Engineered for easy right and left steering
  • You can walk behind or next to your dog
  • Very comfortable fit and does not chafe or over-tighten
  • Will not twist or tangle with movement
  • Easy to put on and easy to take off
  • Made in the USA

3 Adjustable Leashes and 1 Harness/Leash set is up for grabs, and you get to choose the color and size!

As a special thanks to our members and friends for helping us encourage voluntary acceptance of Service Dog training and behavior standards, we’re giving away free gear, books, treats and more with our 2015 Howly Jowly Gear Giveaway!

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  • Marilyn Wolf November 29, 2015

    I was trusted to test this combination while it was under design. This is the ONLY device ever to get my dog to stop pulling on her own. She wasn’t uncomfortable, it doesn’t bind, it’s very well made, and it works. I highly recommend it.

  • Mardi November 29, 2015

    This harness and leash combo might he helpful in training my guide dog puppy.

  • Jennifer Kralik November 30, 2015

    My partner, Happy, and I are still new to each other (5 months) and would benefit from this type of harness/leash in our training in order to perfect his walk and enhance his attention and focus in public.

  • Melanie November 30, 2015

    This harness looks interesting. I would like to give it a try with my hearing service dog.

  • Yolanda Hayes-Barnes November 30, 2015

    My SDiT is still learning leash skills as his previous owner did not work on any obedience with him. I’m very happy to have him, but he’s a large golden retriever who is learning not to pull me around. I’m unable to grip things well with my hand, so having him pull hard against the leash can be extremely painful. I had never heard of this product and would love to try it out!

  • Gloria November 30, 2015

    I like this harness & leash set and I think my service dog, Doolie would benefit from them.

  • Max Hanckel December 6, 2015

    This looks like a wonderful harness, and I particularly like that they avoided covering the dog’s joints. I would love to try this with my dog, as even his usual working vest covers his joints, so he ends up wearing it loose, but this is not ideal for when I ask him to take me outside or find someone. I worry even about this light pulling because I don’t want him to be uncomfortable. We’d love to try this!

  • Deby Provost December 6, 2015

    I absolutely LOVE this idea. My service dog is a 95 lb. German Shepherd mix, who is having a small problem with pulling, and a big problem with her left/right commands, often running into me if I’m not paying attention which is bad for someone with M.S. I used to ride horses and I could see this working extremely well with my service dog, Lily!

  • Steve syers December 7, 2015

    My dog is an olde english bulldog. He is extremely strong and is 80lbs and walks all day long over 6 miles every day. I’ve got back and shoulder problems, along with ptsd and anxiety. This would be great for us.

  • Paws4Autism December 13, 2015

    I would love to use this with our SDiT’s that are facing challenges with leash walking.

  • Rachelle Staten December 13, 2015

    I usually use a halti head collar as a training device for no pulling, but especially with a black Labrador, people tend to believe the black dog stereotype and thing it’s a muzzle. It would be nice to have another tool in my pocket that isn’t as intimidating for no pull leash training.

  • Mark December 13, 2015

    My mobility SD Bandit is a 120 pound Shepherd mix who will stay with his shoulder at my right side. He has the power to pull a loaded shopping cart with ease, but distractions from the nice people who call him to let them pet him, have him pulling on my shoulders in such a way that causes a lot of pain. Better control would help, since the General Public has a hard time accepting the fact that he is there to do a job for me and the patches on his vest saying “DO NOT PET” really mean what they say.


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