Guardian Gear Cotton Web Training Lead 15 Ft Red
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- Cotton web training leads provide extra strength for controlling large dogs
- Made of heavy duty 100-percent cotton web
- Swivel-style bolt snap resists twisting
- Lead is guaranteed for life; available in green color
- Measures 5/8-inch width by 30-feet length
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Size: 30-Feet | Color: Green
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It does take a bit of practice to get used to managing it, though. I would recommend getting used to managing it in a more secluded area before you take it out in crowded public areas (like a dog park). It can easily become a hazard if not properly managed (clothes-lining peoples legs, choking children, etc.). For this same reason, I do not recommend using this as a method of tying your dog outside in a public area.
I also use this when we take our dog on outdoor adventures (hiking, kayaking, etc.). It gives her a lot of room to roam and sniff and do all of those doggy things, while we can continue along our route without having to tug her along or wait for her. Eventually she finishes with whatever has preoccupied her, and catches up.Read more ›
1. Hands/fingers getting rope burn. This is not due to the type of material, it is not due to any coating on the material, it is not due to the length of material. Honestly, I can't think of any material that will not give you a friction burn if it zips over your skin fast enough. I even got a burn myself on this once, but rather than blame the material, the manufacturer, the neighbor (who threw the ball before I was ready to let go), or the dog, I blamed myself for not anticipating and letting go fast enough to avoid getting burned.
Here's how you avoid getting rope burn. Use your normal leash until you are ready to let your dog run wild. Then, hook up the lead, unhook your leash, DROP THE LEAD to the ground, after ensuring that enough of it is firmly attached to you as the anchor. If you like to keep the slack out of the lead (if the dog runs all the way out, and circles back to you), remember not to keep it in your hand. Pull the slack out, and again drop the slack.
If you are the type who likes to keep holding the lead, and feeding the slack out by hand, then there is no getting around it...you will have to get a good pair of gloves.
2. Easy for the dog to chew through. I liked reading this complaint. You have to remember, this is a LEAD, not a tie-out. This product is meant to be used with supervision. Never leave your dog attached to this unsupervised, and if you see your dog start chewing on it, then redirect his attention by giving him his chew toy or some attention.
3. Dog pulled it out of my hands: Ok, as with the above, that's not a problem with this lead, it's that the owner was being inattentive.Read more ›
Most Recent Customer Reviews
Bought these so I didn't have to keep a constant eye on the dog during camping. And so my cat could wander the garden but not run away. Read morePublished 5 days ago by MarkieAnn
my puppy chewed right throw it in about a week, but he's a rambunctious husky so it would probably work for someone else.Published 5 days ago by Amazon Customer
I bought this for my 20 pound dog, who's is pretty much all muscle (she's a weird mix), and every time I use it I'm afraid it's going to snap. It's feels very flimsy.Published 6 days ago by meghan holmes