Lightest Long Line Ever, 50'
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- Give your dog the freedom he longs for
- Teach your dog an off lead come
- Lightest long line ever made in cotton/nylon weave
- Available in indoor length 4' length
- Also available in lighter 25' length for smaller dogs
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Drag leads are anything but a drag -- think of them as stress prevention tools for both you and your dog. When your dog or puppy is attached to the line, you can let him romp and play while still maintaining control. Use it to easily interrupt problem behaviors like jumping and chasing, or soothe a frightened dog both calmly and quickly. This leash comes with its very own ebook (found on whendogstalk.com) that informs you how to teach an off-lead come and solve common behavior problems -- all while giving your dog the freedom he desires! It’s 50' feet of pure magic!
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Top Customer Reviews
-Lightweight to Give Dog Better Sense of Being Off Leash
-High Quality Construction
-50' Length Gives Dogs Freedom to Roam While Maintaining Control
-Allows Pet Parents to Practice "Come" Command from a Considerable Distance
-No Handle or Knot Allows Rope to Run Freely on Ground Without Catching on Everything (A Handle or Knot could be Added Easily by Purchaser)
-50' Length Can Cause Bird's Nest which can be a Pain when Trying to Unravel for Use
I've taken this to the beach with me so he can be "on-leash" and still roam around down to the waves, chase birds, etc. When people come by I just reel him in! Dog-fishing. It's hooked to his harness then.
Its been outdoors on that tree for over a year and hasn't frayed or anything yet, either. *Warning* - grabbing it when dog is running can sometimes leave rope burn on your fingers, as it's a slicker, softer rope, so just watch out for that!! Now I step on it to stop him. Still worth every penny.