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Four Paws Cotton Web Training Dog Lead, Black

Four Paws Cotton Web Training Dog Lead, Black

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    Escape Artist

    By Marty on Dec 12, 2021

    My dog can get though fence but I also want him to have a chance to run, this leash allows me to sit in my chair and he runs all around (small dog - 12 lbs). I had a leash that pulled out but it cut me and my granddaughter, this is soft and if he decides to run and accidently catches my arm, it does My dog can get though fence but I also want him to have a chance to run, this leash allows me to sit in my chair and he runs all around (small dog - 12 lbs). I had a leash that pulled out but it cut me and my granddaughter, this is soft and if he decides to run and accidently catches my arm, it does not hurt. Great way to play fetch with a dog who slips though the fence. … more

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    Can be good, can be bad

    By Jade on Aug 24, 2021

    First and foremost; this product is a so-so. It can work for some, and not work for others; I'm right in the middle. The leash can get extremely dirty because of the material it is made of, it collects dirt extremely fast, but that is to be expected for outside work and a long lead that is typically First and foremost; this product is a so-so. It can work for some, and not work for others; I'm right in the middle. The leash can get extremely dirty because of the material it is made of, it collects dirt extremely fast, but that is to be expected for outside work and a long lead that is typically used for recall. It's not too firm, so if you have a strong puller that you're training you are bound to get rope burns. Going back to the fabric subject: If you have a chewer that you're training, I'd recommend a stronger lead; I myself haven't had this problem, but based on how the material holds itself, it can be a bit weak against stronger more rebellious dogs. For me, it still holds up somewhat well, but I do not use it often, so I cannot say how it will hold with long time hard use. … more

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