Don't just look at other harnesses that say they are "Non-Choking" or "Choke Free", make sure that you try them on in the store and have a friend call your dog from a distance. Look closely at where the pressure points are occurring on your dog.
Try holding the leash straight up and taught and also see where the pressure is being applied using that manner. Imagine all directions that the dog may go and look closely at the pressure points. More importantly is your dog going to be happy using that harness.
I have already searched out and even purchased as many products as I could, that made these statements, BEFORE patenting my design.
I can tell you for a fact, that NOT ONE HARNESS currently on the market FUNCTIONS as my harness does. The other "Non-Choking" or "Choke Free" harnesses either put pressure directly on the neck of the dog or can injure the front leg "pits" of your dog.
My harness gives much more support and does not put any pressure on the neck area of your family member.