The Freedom harness is extremely useful for keeping your dog from pulling on leash. And it's super-fancy. The chest strap of the Freedom Harness has Swiss VELVET on it to keep it from chafing your dog's fur. How cool is that? Not only does it have a hook in the front for more control, but it has one in the back, too, which gives you another point of contact with your dog. I highly recommend that you also get the double-ended leash, so that you can 'harness' the full potential of the Freedom harness.
The Freedom Harness also has an unbelievable warranty against damage, including chewing - they'll repair it if your dog chews it!
The Freedom Harness from Wiggles, Wags, and Whiskers has a unique patented design that minimizes/eliminates pulling, neck strain, and the chance of escape. The patented tensioning loop on the Keystone™ FREEDOM Harness is designed to tighten around the dog's chest greatly reducing the possiblilty for many common neck, trachea, spinal cord and optical injuries associated with pulling/tugging on a collar. Also found to assist dogs with amputations or arthritis.
Made from industrial strength nylon webbing, the Keystone™ FREEDOM Harness features solid stainless steel hardware, reinforced X- stitching and a comfort conscious design that keeps webbing edges turned out to prevent irritation.
To get the full effect of this harness, get the a double-ended leash! We have the standard 2-ended leash made by the same company as the Freedom harness and the beefier European multi-leash as options below. For a truly deluxe experience, get the double-ended leash that I helped design to use with Peanut, the 10-foot long Peanut's Paracord Leash. Both leashes are super-strong and have a lot of features.
Colors: Colors vary - see our long list below, including UW Husky colors, purple and tan gold. They're all very pretty. We also have this harness in YELLOW as part of the Yellow Dog Project for dogs who need space from other dogs or people. Click here for Yellow.
Sizing: Freedom harnesses run large, and are unfortunately not available for smaller breeds, like Chihuahuas and Yorkies. The most important measurement is around the chest at the largest point, which we've given in inches. If you are getting this for a puppy, you might be able to get away with a slightly larger size if you use a zip-tie to cinch the top rings together.
- XS: 14"-20", 12-17 pound dogs, straps are 5/8" wide
- SM: 18"-24", 18-25 pound dogs, straps are 5/8" wide
- MD narrow: 22"-28", 25-40 pound dogs, straps are 5/8" wide
- MD wide: 22"-28", 30-50 pound dogs, straps are 1" wide
- LG: 26"-32", 60-85 pound dogs, straps are 1" wide
- XL: 32"-36", 85-140 pound dogs, straps are 1" wide
- XXL: biggest dogs, straps are 1" wide