Best Equipment for Dogs that Pull

Are you tired of your hands hurting? 

Exhausted from your pups constant pulling, and ready to give up on walks all together?

There's no replacement for training, but here is equipment that can help you while you work on loose leash walking. All equipment that I've designed & tested!

Check out this blog post for a more in-depth discussion.

Make walks less frustrating for you and your dog!

Check out what equipment I use daily with my puller!

Y-Front Harness

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Neon orange and black braided paracord leash in a flat lay, showing loop handles at each end with a auto locking carabiner at one end and a swivel snap bolt at the other end.

Paracord Leash

My daily use leash comes in 4', 6', and 8' lengths, but I recommend the 8'.

Paracord Leash

Heavy Duty Waist Belt

You won't find another belt like this - with a buckle that has over 500lbs break strength. I've used mine twice a day for years walking and hiking my 85lb critter chaser - it's still going strong!

HD Waist Belt

Adjustable Long Line

Adjustable leash in lengths of 10' or 15' is perfect for changing conditions, my husband and I use ours daily for hiking with our dog.

Adjustable Long Line
No pull adjustable leash in blue shown in flat lay with leash handle attached to floating d ring. Hardware selection is swivel snap bolts.

No-Pull Leash

Convert any harness with a front and back connection point to a no-pull harness.

No-Pull Leash

Neon No-Pull Leash

The same design in bright, eye-catching colors!

No-Pull Leash