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WalkyDog Dog Bicycle Exerciser Leash Hands Free Leash

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  • Lets you safely walk your dog and ride your bike at the same time
  • Stainless steel leash installs on virtually any bike in under 5 minutes
  • No training for your or your dog needed
  • Use it on any terrain
  • Weighs just 16 ounces
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Product Details

  • Product Dimensions: 14 x 2 x 4 inches ; 2 pounds
  • Shipping Weight: 2.5 pounds (View shipping rates and policies)
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  • Shipping Advisory: This item must be shipped separately from other items in your order. Additional shipping charges will not apply.
  • ASIN: B003OYIAW4
  • Item model number: WD-SS/M
  • Average Customer Review: 4.4 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (683 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #2,233 in Pet Supplies (See Top 100 in Pet Supplies)
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Product Description

Product Description

Safe - Stable - Fun! The WalkyDog dog bike leash lets you safely take your dog with you on bike rides. Now you can bring your best buddy along for the ride and maintain complete control; no more feeling guilty for leaving them at home. A bicycle dog leash is a great way to exercise your dog and release energy - especially for active dogs. The WalkyDog installs in just minutes and is incredibly easy to use. Its patented design includes an internal shock-absorbing system and quick lock and release capability for easy switching between bikes.

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Petego WalkyDog

The stainless steel WalkyDog lets you ride your bike and walk your dog at the same time. Just attach the hands-free leash to your bicycle’s frame in less than 5 minutes. No training for you or your dog is needed. Since both hands are free, controlling your bicycle and signaling turns are easy. If you’re riding your bike without your dog, you can disconnect the WalkyDog in less than 1 second. It’s not cumbersome and weighs in at only 16 ounces./p>

Safe and Guilt-Free

The WalkyDog dog bike leash lets you safely take your dog with you on bike rides. Now you can bring your best buddy along for the ride and maintain complete control; no more feeling guilty for leaving them at home. The WalkyDog installs in just minutes and is incredibly easy to use. Its patented design includes an internal shock-absorbing system and quick lock-and-release capability. The WalkyDog was specifically developed to allow the biker to guide the dog in complete safety. In case of an accident, Walkydog ensures that the dog will not detach from the bike and wander out into traffic. The packaging contains assembly instructions and some useful suggestions for adapting the position of both the leash and the biker according to the dog's size.


Goes Anywhere

The WalkyDog is great for any terrain, even off-road. It works on virtually any type and size of bicycle, including mountain bikes. You can transfer it easily from one bike to another. It’s perfect for high-energy dogs that need lots of activity or dogs that need more exercise. If you’re not biking, WalkyDog turns into a leash. Just disconnect from the bike and take your dog for a walk.


Easy Installation/Removal

The Walky Guard is quick and easy to assemble, without needing any tools. It’s easily adjustable to fit any car fitted with rear headrests. It can even be used with the parcel shelf still in place. Fast fitting headrest attachments mean it is easily moved from vehicle to vehicle. When you need the car for something other than canine transport, removing the Walky Guard is easy. Just loosen off the tightening knobs and remove from the headrest posts.


Walky Stats

Installation Time: 5 minutes
Disconnection Time: 1 second
Weight: 1 pound
Length: 14 inches












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Customer Reviews

My dog loves going for bike rides now.
L. Vo
It is made well, is very sturdy and I have been recommending this product to all of my friends.
HBmom
It is super easy to attach/rotate/remove from any bike with a normal post under the seat.
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Most Helpful Customer Reviews

384 of 387 people found the following review helpful By David Lee on March 29, 2010
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I am a professional petsitter and I have to proclaim this product as one of the best pet-related items I've used in a long time. It is very well made, simple to use and does what it promises. In just a couple of months, I have used this on about 10-12 different dogs and it works great. In fact I have to credit it for reinvigorating my interests in bicycles again which had waned in several years, but that's a different story.

The dogs that I have run with the Walkydog include a Border Collie, Greyhound, Red Bone Coonhound, 3 Boxers, Jack Russell terrier, Maltese mix, Shih Tzu, Dashund mix, Golden Retriever mix, and some others I cannot recall at the moment. As long as the dog is active and in good health with cooperating weather, than I cannot imagine why anyone would not use this product. You get done faster and the dog is more tired, hence you can get to work sooner or go see a movie that much quicker and maybe avoid furniture chewing from a dog with too much pent-up energy.

I do have to say that for some dogs using this may be challenging. Aggressive dogs or easily distracted dogs (two of the Boxers I take care of are easily distracted) so you may have to consider what time of day you ride to avoid too much foot traffic from other dog walkers like 6pm when everyone comes home and walks their dog at the same time. For the Boxers, I have to also use a regular long 6' leash attached to their collar and hold it in my hand whenever they get distracted and pop it a little whenever they try to go behind me or to the side of me chasing a squirrel/cat/dog.
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248 of 253 people found the following review helpful By Jenel on December 21, 2009
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We received the Walky Dog two days ago, and I couldn't resist testing it out right away. I attached the leash to his collar and walked my bike out of the driveway. We tested out making some turns while we walked on our quiet street. I was still walking at this point so I could see how it all worked. My dog is significantly smaller than the German Shepherd in the product photo, and the leash was pulling on his next. I felt like I was strangling the little guy. Then my husband saw in the directions that you can remove two springs from it in order to accommodate smaller dogs. We did that, and we were off again. The leash didn't pull on him this time... but he pulled on the leash. I could tell that he was anxious to go faster so, with trepidation, I got on the bike and started pedaling. He trotted alongside me, happy as could be. When I began to pedal faster, he kept up easily and started pulling me like a sled dog. At no point did he bump me, even as we were turning corners. Somehow, the Walky Dog keeps him just the right distance away.

I will warn you that it's definitely not as easy as riding without a dog strapped to your bike. I can feel him pulling me, and I have to really hold onto the handlebars to steer against his pulling. At one point, he saw a cat, and I thought for sure he was going to pull me off the street. Neighbor kid couldn't help but laugh, even though he tried to hide it.

We went around the block. When we got home, I let him off the leash, and he did a happy little race around the yard before coming back to me, ready for another go. He really loved it. So I attached him again and we went a little farther. Yesterday - day two of owning this product - we went about a mile. Every time we reached a stop sign, I paused to see if my dog was still happy.
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117 of 127 people found the following review helpful By Wings42 on November 4, 2009
The WalkyDog is solid and looks like it's made of top quality materials to last a lifetime. Installation to the bottom of the seat post of my mountain bike was quick and easy. If the bar is too far forward the back of your leg will hit it, so be sure to try the mounted WalkyDog before using it with your dog. Attaching and detaching the pole from the clamp is faster and easier than th company literature claims. It just takes an instant.

My dog, Rusty, is a lean and athletic 60 lb 2 1/2 yr. old mixed breed. He is normally skittish and high strung, and he is born to run. At my age (67), I can't really run him, hence the WalkyDog and my bicycle. Initial hook up of the dog is easy. First attach the snap to the dog's collar*, and then attach the pole to the clamp on the bike. Rusty took to the WalkyDog immediately the first time with no pulling or anxiety except on first hook up. As soon as we started moving, he and I settled into a steady 10 mph or so pace on a beautiful canyon bottom dirt road. Rusty maintained a steady trot that looked effortless. Our first use was about 6 miles. He now handles up to 10 miles with no stress, and gets excited when I get the bike out.

Rusty hasn't pulled hard to the side yet, but the pulling he has done really has little effect on the stability of my mountain bike. I don't think even a very large dog would present a safety problem with this unless he lunged hard and unexpectedly, like at another dog.

I paid about $50.00 for mine, and feel it was a bargain. The $30 that Amazon is charging is a steal. I'm seriously considering buying another one or two to give away as gifts.

* Another reviewer's suggestion to use a harness is a good idea, especially the kind with the snap ring in front under the dog's chest.
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