Our Extra-Large Dog Harness is constructed for the largest of dogs. Built with two-heavy duty D-ring attachment points, our no-pull system applies minimal pressure to your dog’s center of gravity, comfortably stopping common pulling and lunging behaviors. Confidently walk your gentle giant all year round with our padded air mesh and weather-resistant harness!
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Pet Pawsabilities™ No-Pull Dog Harness
Confidently walk the largest of dogs with Pet Pawsabilities™ No-Pull Dog Harness. Whether your pup is a gentle giant or big and burly, our extra-large dog harness will provide the secure fit they need:
- Easy to use. Fast-release high-quality snap buckles.
- Adjustable Fit. Two neck straps and two chest straps easily adjust for the most comfortable and secure fit.
- Weather Resistant. The harness’s waterproof fabric is made for any season.
- High visibility. Durable, reflective detailing keeps your dog safe day or night.
- Breathable air-mesh fabric for ultimate ventilation and movement.
- Total control. Two points of connection and an easy-to-grab back handle provide the control you need to keep your dog safe.
Training your Extra-Large Dog to Walk
Our no-pull secure harness is only the first step when it comes to safely walking your oversized furry friend. As big as your extra-large breed dog might be, they are still a softy! Easily spooked by a sudden noise or captivated by a passing squirrel, training is key when safely walking your large dog.
Positive Reinforcement Training
When training a large-breed dog, the goal is to teach your pup to work with you, not to try to be stronger than them. Large-breed dogs like Mastiffs can weigh as much as 200 pounds, easily overpowering their owners. With positive reinforcement training, your dog will learn good behavior in a fun and positive way! When your dog displays good behavior, like heeling when told, reward your pup verbally and/or with a treat. Your dog will learn which behaviors you like—those that come with praise—and will be encouraged to repeat those behaviors.
How to use Positive Reinforcement Training
Timing is everything when it comes to positive reinforcement training! As soon as you observe good behavior, give praise or a treat to your dog. When using treats as positive reinforcement, choose a high-reward treat only used for training. A special treat for good behaviors will result in the most encouragement for your pup!
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