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Escape Free® Functionality

Escape Free® Functionality


Problem with Regular Harness

Dogs can escape out of regular harnesses. They do this by backing and slipping out.

Specifically, they plant themselves firmly, then pull backwards against the leash. And just like that, your dog is now roaming freely. Depending on the time of the surrounding environment, this can be very dangerous.

Solution with Gooby Escape Free® Harness

The Escape Free harness tightens and contracts when your dog tries to back out. This reduces the space around your dog's back and hugs them tightly, which ultimately prevents your dog from slipping out.

Here's How it Works

When your dog pulls against the leash, there's an active pulling on the harness, causing the strap of the harness to tighten. This makes the harness contract, which reduces its space around your dog's body and makes it to hug your dog more tightly.

When your dog is not pulling against the leash, or is in a "relaxed" state, the harness straps loosen. This opens up the space in the harness, giving your dog enough room so they stay comfortable.

Cautionary Notes:

  1. When using the Escape Free® harness, please don't tie your dog to an immovable object. E.g. pole, fire hydrant, table legs. The Escape Free® Functionality will not work.

    Why? This is because when there's no active pulling, the harness is in its "relaxed" state.
  2. Upon initial usage, make sure there's no space after the harness fully tightens. You can test this by pulling the leash against the harness to recreate "active pulling". If there's space, the size of the harness is likely too big.
  3. Double check to make sure your dog's hair isn't getting caught in between the straps, especially if you have a long hair dog.

Escape Free® Functionality


Problem with Regular Harness

Dogs can escape out of regular harnesses. They do this by backing and slipping out.

Specifically, they plant themselves firmly, then pull backwards against the leash. And just like that, your dog is now roaming freely. Depending on the time of the surrounding environment, this can be very dangerous.

Solution with Gooby Escape Free® Harness

The Escape Free harness tightens and contracts when your dog tries to back out.

This reduces the space around your dog's back and hugs them tightly, which ultimately prevents your dog from slipping out.

Here's How it Works:

When your dog pulls against the leash, there's an active pulling on the harness, causing the strap of the harness to tighten. This makes the harness contract, which reduces its space around your dog's body and makes it to hug your dog more tightly.

When your dog is not pulling against the leash, or is in a "relaxed" state, the harness straps loosen. This opens up the space in the harness, giving your dog enough room so they stay comfortable.

Cautionary Notes:

  1. When using the Escape Free® harness, please don't tie your dog to an immovable object. E.g. pole, fire hydrant, table legs. The Escape Free® Functionality will not work.

    Why? This is because when there's no active pulling, the harness is in its "relaxed" state.
  2. Upon initial usage, make sure there's no space after the harness fully tightens. You can test this by pulling the leash against the harness to recreate "active pulling". If there's space, the size of the harness is likely too big.
  3. Double check to make sure your dog's hair isn't getting caught in between the straps, especially if you have a long hair dog.

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