Happy Dogs in Harnesses: Photos

Gorgeous photos of happy dogs in their no-pull harnesses. Which one is your favourite?
By Zazie Todd, PhD

Two beautiful dogs resting by a river whilst on a hike in nature
Drake (left) and Bacchus. Photo: Jackie Johnston (Adoption Specialist, Humane Society of Boulder Valley).



Beautiful brown dog looking happy in his no-pull harness
Bronson. Photo: Lisa Skavienski, CTC



A beautiful malamute in a no-pull harness
Bjorn. Photo: Sgian Dubh



Nani looking beautiful in a front-clip harness
Nani. Photo:Tails in the Valley Dog Training



A very happy Labrador on the lawn
Sophie. Photo: Megan Taylor



Beautiful Argie modelling a no-pull harness
Argie. Photo: Maria Karunungan



Beautiful black-and-white dog wearing a yellow harness
Moo. Photo: Joanna



A sweet older dog sits by the gate in autumn
Foxxy. Photo: Suzanne Bryner



Two cute dogs laying on the sidewalk in front of flowers
Photo: Courtney Bayer



Beautiful lab-beagle mix in a field
Titus. Photo: Nickala Squire



Happy white-and-brown dog looking cute in a harness
Drake. Photo: Jackie Johnston (Adoption Specialist, Humane Society of Boulder Valley)



Gorgeous happy brown dog sits on the sidewalk
Bacchus. Photo: Jackie Johnston (Adoption Specialist, Humane Society of Boulder Valley)



Two happy dogs by a waterfall
Tucker (left) and Bronson. Photo: Lisa Skavienski, CTC



Two dogs running happily in their front clip harnesses
Quinn and Riley. Photo: Tails in the Valley Dog Training


This post is part of the Harness the Love campaign from the Academy for Dog Trainers. Recent research shows that neck collars and harnesses do not cause stress when walking dogs. So if you have a dog that pulls a lot on leash, a front-clip harness is a good choice.

Thank you to everyone who has shared their photos with me.

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