Training leash was developed to work in combination with the FREEDOM No Pull Harness as a front / rear control.

One end of the Training Lead is connected on the back of the Freedom No Pull Harness and the other end is connected to the front of the harness to allows you to redirect your dog's attention back to you for training and treats.

This is a great option if you want to use the 2 connections on the harness to connect to the dog's collar and harness simultaneously for added control from the rear.


  • Connect one side of the leash to the front of the harness and the other side to the martingale loop. The leash doubled over is 95cm long.
  • Connect both connections to the martingale loop for a short single connection leash 95cm long.
  • Connect one side to the handle of the leash and the other side to the harness for a longer 165cm leash.


  • Lead width 1.6 cm (5/8"), snap hook 3.5cm long
  • Lead width 2.5 cm (1"), snap hook 5.5cm long

Snap Hook Sizes - it is recommended to select a lead with an appropriate sized snap hook for your dog as there is quite a difference between each size. Please refer to the image below.

2 Hounds Design Snap Hook sizes

Freedom Training Lead

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SKU FreeLTurq
Barcode # FreeLTurq
Brand 2 Hounds Design
Colour Turquoise
Shipping Weight 0.1000kg
Shipping Width 0.060m
Shipping Height 0.040m
Shipping Length 0.140m
Shipping Cubic 0.000336000m3
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Freedom Training lead

I had been having a problem with our new puppy pulling on her lead and regular harness when doing our training sessions. She is extremely friendly and will also pull to say hello to anyone passing by. I read about the Freedom training lead and have found from the first walk I had much more control over her without having to use any force, we are continuing to work on her walking with a loose lead and I am positive this will continue to keep improving with patience and regular practice.