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Pull Strap

Pull Strap

Our pull staps durable and sturdy construction can assist in many tasks such as pulling, providing forward momentum, and helping you navigate stairs. It's also perfect for those who use wheelchairs, providing an extra boost to get in and out of them. Our pull strap is a reliable tool that will make your life easier and your service dog more helpful.


Let us know if you want an all-webbing style pull strap or a fleece and webbing style one. Both are pictured above. 


For proper measurement, please refer to our handles measurement guide.


Handles are measured from clip to clip. For example, if you need a 10" long pull strap, you should order a 20" pull strap. If you have questions, please use our chat box. 


*Please note that long pull strap handles are unsuitable for dogs of shorter stature. These handles are not designed to be used as leashes or for leading, controlling, or yanking dogs under any circumstances and, therefore, will not be produced. Additionally, handle attachments are not permitted for dogs with a girth under 26 inches, weighing less than 50 pounds, or under 2 years old.*




  • Materials

    Heavyweight Polypropalyne webbing

    Heavy-Duty Trigger Snaps

  • Responsible Usage

    We stress the importance of using service dog handles as intended and with care. Misuse or improper handling is the responsibility of the user, NOT the maker. We provide guidance on the correct use of handles to ensure the safety and comfort of both the service dog and the handler.

  • Handle Eligibility & Limitations

    To ensure the welfare of service dogs, certain handles or handle heights may not be suitable for dogs with a girth under 26 inches, weighing less than 50 pounds, or younger than 2 years old. Our priority is the well-being and comfort of both service dogs and their handlers. Please note that semi-rigid handles exceeding 6 inches in height (CB) or 18 inches in length (guide) will not be produced due to specific design considerations. Handles that are too high or too long can be very unsafe for service dogs, leading to potential injury or discomfort. These restrictions are in place to prevent strain on the dog's back and joints and to ensure proper control and safety during use. For more information on these design limits, please refer to the "How to Measure" section. Thank you for your understanding and cooperation.


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