Finding the time to walk your pup can be challenging if you’re a busy person whose only free time is in the evening (or in the wee hours of the morning).
If you find that you’re in a situation where it’s dark out and it’s time for your dog’s walk, the Big Dog Soft Reflective No Pull Harness can be the solution that you may be looking for. With this harness, you can use the leash to lead or the handle for controlling your excited pup.
In this review, we are going to talk a little more about the features of the Big Dog Soft Reflective No Pull Harness, but we are also going to give you an overview of what people who have purchased the harness had to say about their overall experience with it. Then, we’re going to give you our recommendation on whether or not this harness is something you should consider purchasing for your own dog!
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About The Big Dog Soft Reflective No Pull Harness
For dogs who have a tendency to pull a lot when you’re walking them, you’re going to want to use a harness that allows you to control them without causing them any kind of discomfort.
The Big Dog Soft Reflective No Pull Harness has been designed specifically to keep your dog safe, not just while walking in the dark, but should they start pulling while on the leash, the harness hugs their upper torso and not the neck.
Notable features of the Big Dog Soft Reflective No Pull Harness include:
- No pull harness for a big dog
- Size L: Breast girth 26-36″ 66-93 cm
- Reflective strap make your pet safe
- Padded and extra handle for easy control
- Heavy-duty metal D ring can be lead
This harness is designed with a large breed in mind. The harness features an easy to grab handle allows you the chance to take control of your dog’s movements. The handle is made from high-quality nylon that will allow you to prevent your dog from rushing after the nearest squirrel, cat, or mailman they see!
The shell of the harness is made from a breathable, highly durable fabric that will dry quickly should they get wet. The inside of the harness is padded so that it is comfortable for the dog and they won’t experience any skin chaffing or bruising while wearing the harness.
Perhaps the best part of the harness is that you can buy the harness when the dog is young and you can continue to use the harness as they grow because of the adjustable chest plate. Also, the chest plate can protect your dog’s vital organs should something terrible happen and they get hurt.
What Others Say
When we looked at the user reviews, we saw that 84% had great things to say about the no-pull harness and left 4 or 5-star reviews. Of these reviews, people commented on the usefulness of the extra handle on the back of the harness.
One customer said they were able to prevent a fight between a German Shepherd and a Pit Bull by grabbing that handle. Customers have said that their dogs love to swim and the handle helps to get dogs out of the water if there isn’t a beach or ladder nearby.
Customers said the quality of the materials used on the harness was very sturdy and it was easy to adjust the harness to fit their large dog. Customers feel that this harness is a lot better than other harnesses they’ve tried because their dogs don’t mind having this put on them, whereas they had a tendency to struggle with other harnesses.
So what did the remaining 16% of customers who left 3-star or below reviews have to say? The most common complaint customers had was that their dogs were able to slip out of the harness pretty easily. Several of the folks believe this is because when the harness has been tightened, it doesn’t stay tightened.
Customers feel that because it has a tendency to loosen, it could be a problem, especially if your dog is hard to control while on a leash. One customer likes that the harness doesn’t put pressure on the dog’s neck, but they are disappointed because they have “lost the ability to guide” their dog.
One customer has also said that the collar caused their dog to show signs of severe skin irritation only after wearing the harness for a few hours. Another complaint several customers had was that their dog was able to “shred” the harness to pieces in a very short time.
If you’re looking for a low-cost harness that is going to give you extra control over your excitable dog, then you may want to consider the Big Dog Soft Reflective No Pull Harness.
While this harness is less than $20, you are getting a good value for your money. The reflective strip on the back of the harness will allow you to walk your dog when there is much sunlight without fear of oncoming traffic hitting the dog.
Also, the handle on the back of the harness gives you the ability to take control of your dog while walking them. This feature is handy for excitable dogs who have a tendency to jump and leap at all sorts of distractions while being walked. Of course, you also have the ability to lead your dog with this by attaching the dog’s leash to the D ring and lead them that way as well.
We believe that with this harness, both you and your dog will enjoy your outings together much more. You because you have more control over your pup, and them because the harness is comfortable for them to wear and it doesn’t cause unnecessary pressure on their neck while they wear it.
A big-dog lover, successful marketing executive, and website developer, Brian founded Canine Weekly in 2016. Brian lives just outside of Seattle with his wife and child. Brian grew up with labs and the family is eager to get another Labrador once their newborn is a little older. Brian is the former owner of Canine Weekly.