|Material||Cotton, Natural Fabric||Cotton, Natural Fabric||Nylon, Synthetic Fabric||Polypropylene, Rope, Plastic||Polypropylene, Rope, Plastic|
|Breed Size||All Breeds||All Breeds||All Breeds||Extra Small Breeds, Small Breeds, Medium Breeds||Large Breeds, Giant Breeds|
|Closure Type||Buckle||Buckle||Slip On||Slip On||Slip On|
|Leash Length||50 feet||50 feet||6 feet||4 feet||4 feet|
|Leash Type||Slip Lead||Slip Lead||Slip Lead||Slip Lead||Slip Lead|
We use this lead inside and outside to make supervising our teenage puppy easier. He likes to wander and sniff around so this has been very useful for when we are in the woods. He is free to explore and we can continue to work on recall.
I'm very happy with this training lead. I wanted it for allowing my dog to swim off the dock without deciding to go right to the neighbours... I didn't even know this lead would float. So, it's bright (orange), it floats, it provides ample distance for training and it feels nice to the touch (will still cause a burn if she's moving fast, but that's the reality of a fast moving dog). I'm very happy.
We love this 50' lead to let our highly energetic Irish Setter get in some quality running at the local park. The park is not fenced, and we feel much more secure letting him chase balls and just run crazy, while on this leash. He is only 8 months old, so we are not ready to give him 100% freedom yet...too impulsive. This long lead is durable and super light weight.
Mia thinks she's in heaven LOL on this! I tie her out on this VERY LONG tie out. She is very social and thinks she's not tied up. LOL She visits the neighbor's yard now! LOL I was using a 30' tie out before and now Ms. Mia has MORE freedom. And has become more social. She sometimes doesn't know she's on it and then does pull a very small bit but not enough to break this. She's not a chewer most of the time so this has not gotten chewed up. She's only 12 lb so she doesn't pull heavy on it either! Overall I'm very satisfied with this!
My dog had knee surgery earlier this year and can’t be fully off leash yet. But with this almost ridiculously long leash, she thinks she is! Definitely recommend for those who want to “trick” their dog into thinking they’re off leash, when they’re still safely on leash
Everyone should have a 5-foot line in their training arsenal. This has been a lifesaver for off-leash training at our local off-leash trail. It’s nothing fancy, so you’ll have to take care to avoid rug burn if your dog runs fast or pulls hard. But in general, we let it slide along behind our pup and use it to reel him in if he goes too far off trail, gets too far ahead, or needs help disengaging from a greeting with another dog. Sturdy and hasn’t let me down.
Totally recommend handling with gardening gloves or something! Not for long walks but I have seen people do it However, we have 2 to help with recall training in town. We have also used one to tie both dogs out with us when we are grilling and stuff in common areas that allows the dogs more freedom to play without getting too far off. We used one in the house for a while to help train our older dog not to jump the patio when the door was open, and it still gave her almost complete run of the apartment. They work perfectly for these activities, but I don’t like how rough they are.
I bought in Dec preparing to rescue a pup in January. Used it until today when my 48lb border collie heeler mix bent the clip and got loose. I would say don't use it for bigger dogs and maybe less active medium sized. My pup is extremely active and at times did pull on end wanting to go further when her ball or Frisbee did get tossed just out of reach.
I bought 2 of these, one for each of my dogs and they love it! If you live in the country or have anywhere with wide open space these are amazing! I bought the 50 foot leads but even just the 25 would probably be plenty. I wish I could just let my dogs loose on my property but I’m so afraid they would end up in the road and get hit by a car. They love to run but they are much faster than me so I love hooking them up to these leads and letting them go at their own paces. We use shorter leashes for our regular walks still, but these long ones are a fun treat for them.
I had intended to contact Chewy about this purchase, and you offered the perfect opportunity! I thought this leash to be very stiff when I got it so I washed it first, even then the first time out I had it wrapped around my hand to let it out when we got to open ground. The first time I did it cut two fingers, bad enough to bleed. It was so stiff & sharp I wouldn't recommend this brand.