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No-Pull Trainer, Medium

Price: CDN$ 17.99
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  • A lightweight device that was designed to stop all dogs from pulling.
  • Will stop any dog, any size from ever pulling again.
  • This product is guaranteed to work!
  • Simple to put on dogs. No collar is required.

Product Details

  • Product Dimensions: 15.2 x 2.5 x 7.6 cm
  • Shipping Weight: 449 g
  • Item model number: 59335
  • ASIN: B0002ATBHG
  • Date first available at Oct. 25 2010
  • Amazon Bestsellers Rank: #36,407 in Pet Supplies (See Top 100 in Pet Supplies)
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Product Description

No-Pull Dog Obedience Training Equipment Stops Any Dog From Pulling The No-Pull Trainer is a lightweight device that was designed to stop all dogs from pulling. The No-Pull Trainer will stop any dog, any size, from ever pulling again. This product is guaranteed to work! Available in t

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Most Helpful Customer Reviews on (beta) 13 reviews
3 of 3 people found the following review helpful
Good Product March 10 2012
By J. Bailey - Published on
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We bought these about 5 yrs ago for our 2 Australian Shepards who love to pull. I am back to buy them again as 1 no-pull trainer finally broke on the slideable plastic piece that rests on their chest. They greatly reduce the pulling power of our 45 lb dogs. A question I had when trying to purchase through Amazon was what size to get. Could not find the breakdown of Sm, Med, Large anywhere including Four Paws own Web site. I guessed Med & was right. Here is the sizing: Sm = Jack Russels, pugs etc. Med = Cockers Spaniels, Bulldogs etc. Large = Great Danes, Rottweilers etc.
3 of 3 people found the following review helpful
Why did I wait? Aug. 7 2008
By Lamb and Martyr - Published on
Not sure why I waited to buy this. Put it pulled..once...we are done with yanking on my shoulder, period! I really can't believe the thing works so good. Dogs not crazy about me putting it on him...but not so much he won't wait at the door and let me, to go out for his walk. Great product. If your mutt is squirrelly I would suggest a loop to the collar for walks. It does have it's quirk if you dog tends back out of collars. Walk on pull free! ;-)
2 of 2 people found the following review helpful
too many problems, not very effective Feb. 5 2012
By Paul J - Published on
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This harness is extremely difficult to put on, especially when your four-legged buddy is anticipating a walk, loosens itself a lot while walking making you re-adjust it constantly, and simply wasn't effective after about the third walk. We found a far more effective harness: Premier Easy Walk Dog Harness, Red, Large
2 of 3 people found the following review helpful
How do you put it on? Sept. 1 2009
By Alain Perrault - Published on
Im not sure exactly how this thing is supposed to rest on the dog's back. The instructions on the box are lousy, including the figures. The image of the dog on the box is a frontal view so you can't see how it rests on the back. When I put it on my dog I tighten the buckle down so that it rests on the middle of the dog's back. But when I brought my dog for obedience training to Petco, the trainer told me I had it on wrong. She said that I need to slip the buckle under the loop on the back of the dog's neck and then pull back. But even she wasn't sure! It seems to keep the dog from pulling either way but I wish I could be sure of the correct way.
2 of 3 people found the following review helpful
Not for large strong dogs! July 4 2008
By Patricia Arvin - Published on
I just tried this again today on my 55 lb. dog and it just doesn't work. The harness wiggles loose and I have to continually tighten it and readjust the snap. Fortunately she's a good dog and will stop and let me adjust it, but within two minutes, it's worked loose again and I have to again tighten it. She's a lab-boxer mix, so she has a strong chest and she just ignores the pulling under her front legs. When she saw a squirrel at the end of the walk, she maneuvered her head out of the harness, and it was only my voice command that kept her from running after it. For a strong dog, it's totally ineffective.

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