Escape Free Sport Harness is made with light weight neoprene body. With 4 adjustable, Escape Free Sport Harness will fit on your dog like a glove. It's patented Escape Free Function hugs the dog tighter as they pull, lessening the space for them to escape the harness. Escape Free Sport Harness comes in 6 colors and 3 sizes.
Neoprene Body - Mostly known for its use on diver's suit, neoprene keeps the body in temperature as well as provides the dog with soft touch
Escape Free - Patented functionality keeps the dog from escaping the harness Learn more about Escape Free Functionality.
POM Plastic D Ring - Made with the same material as the seat belt buckles, POM plastic d ring provides a light weight, strong alternative to metal d ring.
Step In - Step in frame makes it easy to put on and take off the harness.
- Neoprene body
- POM plastic d ring
- Nylon straps
- Machine Wash Cold
- Air Dry Recommended
US Pat. No. D798,508 S
US Pat. No. US 10,130,076 B2
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Great Product! Such a good product...I have two!
Very good, love your products!
The escape free features are perfect for my little Yorkie. He figured out how to escape his harness at 10 weeks old, and I was so glad when he grew into the Gooby harness. Also, the choke free X shape is perfect because he likes to pull on his leash, and this helps a lot.
This is the best we've tried, and we've tried a lot of harnesses. Our dog has a problem with pulling and choking as well as escaping. She can still choke herself with this harness if she really gets excited or scared and we don't get her out of the situation fast enough, but it's much better than it was in the past. I think the squeezing action helps with the pressure-and-release communication with the dog. Our dog isn't particularly sensitive that way, and still responds better to voice commands, but it helps somewhat. She usually ignores leash pressure entirely. I did have one instance where she managed to back out of this harness, but there was a gate swinging shut in her face, so I'm kind of glad she did manage it that time. I think it might have been because she has been on a diet and the harness needed to be tightened to compensate for the lost weight.