In this article, we will be taking a look at a number of what we feel are the best no pull dog harness for boxers currently available on the market right now. With boxers being a boisterous breed we have seen a number of boxer owners reaching out for assistance on no pull harnesses for their dogs.
We have researched the suitable harnesses on the market and settled on six that we feel are perfect for our readers. All of these harnesses have an excellent reputation within the dog-owning community as well as current boxer dog owners using them as their go-to no pull harness.
Kurgo Tru-Fit No Pull Dog Harness
In our opinion, the best no-pull walking harness for boxer dogs on the market right now is the Kurgo Tru-Fit No Pull Dog Harness. It is a very popular no pull harness with owners of multiple breeds using it as their daily walking harness. You can click here to read some independent reviews of the harness left by other boxer dog owners or you can read reviews from owners of other breeds here.
The Kurgo Tru-Fit No Pull Dog Harness is currently only available in black but it can be picked up in five sizes to ensure you get a comfortable fit for your boxer. When choosing a size we recommend that you follow the sizing guide in the image below to ensure that you are able to get your dog a comfy fit.
The Kurgo Tru-Fit No Pull Dog Harness has five key adjustment points in it to allow you to adjust it as required to fit your boxers unique shape. The harness also has multiple quick release buckles to allow you to quickly and easily get your dog in or out of the harness when required.
The halt ring on the chest plate of the harness can be used to train your dog not to pull when in its harness with minimal effort. Simply put your dog in the harness and attach the leash then go for a walk, as your boxer pulls away from you, tension is applied to the halt ring turning your dog around to face you rather than being able to pull directly away. The video below offers a demonstration of this no pull system.
Multiple reports have commented on how effective the halt ring system has been for them and that it was able to quickly stop their boxer from pulling while walking. Here is an independent report from the owner of a 130 pound Rottweiler who says pulling was almost impossible for their dog with this harness on while out on their walks.
Although not the primary purpose of this particular article, we would also like to mention that the Kurgo Tru-Fit No Pull Dog Harness comes with a ten-inch seat belt loop. This can help to secure your boxer in your vehicle to prevent distracted driving.
Rabbitgoo No Pull Dog Harness
The Rabbitgoo No Pull Dog Harness is currently available in three different color styles and five different sizes. The image below shows the sizing guide for the harness to help you get the best fit possible for your boxer.
The Rabbitgoo No Pull Dog Harness also uses a no pull ring on the chest of the harness like the Kurgo Tru-Fit No Pull Dog Harness covered earlier. Simply attach your leash to that ring rather than the ring on the back of the harness to discourage pulling while walking in your boxer.
The easy on and easy off design of the harness means that you are able to get your boxer in and out of it within seconds. There is also a handle on the back of the harness to allow you to quickly get a firm hold of your dog while out walking in emergency situations.
JUXZH No Pull Harness
It is currently available in five different sizes so we recommend that you use the sizing guide in the image below before ordering. It is also available in nine different colors allowing you to choose a color that matches your own personal style.
Big Dog No Pull Harness
The Big Dog No Pull Harness is currently available in seven different colors and three different sizes. The size guide for the harness is shown in the image below to ensure that you get the best fit possible for your boxer. Just be sure to measure your dog across the widest part of its rib cage.
Unlike some of the other harnesses on this list, the Big Dog No Pull Harness requires deliberate training to stop your dog from pulling away. As explained by this report, all you have to do is grab the handle on the back of the harness when your boxer tries to pull away and correct its behavior. In addition, the handle offers an excellent way to quickly and easily get a secure hold of your boxer in an emergency.
Lifepul No Pull Dog Harness
Next up we have the Lifepul No Pull Dog Harness, another very popular dog harness that has owners of various breeds using it as their go-to walking harness. There are plenty of reviews of the harness online and you can click here to read some from other independent boxer owners or you can click here to read reviews from other dog breed owners.
Rather than use a chest mounted leash attachment, the Lifepul No Pull Dog Harness also uses the read handle system. The idea is that you grab control of your dog when it pulls and offer corrective training to discourage future pulling while walking.