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Description

If you don’t have a fenced-in yard, a tie-out cable and stake system provides dogs with secure access to the yard so they can take care of potty business. It creates a safe zone that allows dogs the freedom to go outside while preventing them from escaping the yard if they get distracted. That way, you can make sure your pup makes good use of his outdoor time—like answering the call of nature—instead of getting into doggy shenanigans. It’s easy to use—just clip one of the metal swivel clips to the D-ring on the stake, and the other one to the D-ring on your dog’s collar. After your dog “goes”, simply unclip and they’re ready to come back inside. These tie-out cables are available in a variety of lengths and widths so you can find the one that’s just right for your pup.

Key Benefits
  • Provides secure containment outdoors for dogs in the absence of a fenced-in yard. Includes tie-out cable and stake.
  • Allows dogs to be out in the yard for potty training, without the risk of escaping or getting into trouble. Great for camping too!
  • Easy to use by clipping one of the metal swivels clips to your dog’s collar, and the other to the included stake.
  • The cable is made of chrome-plated steel with a durable vinyl coating so it’s designed to stand up to daily use.
  • Available in various lengths and widths to accommodate dogs of most breeds and sizes.
Precautions

Intended for dogs only. Keep out of the reach of children. Do not use as a tie-out cable for walking your dog. Never use any tie-out cable near or around obstacles in which your dog can become entangled. Remove the cable, stake, or trolley when not in use. Keep hands/extremities clear of the tie-out cable in case your dog lunges. Not all dogs can be tied out effectively. Pet parent supervision and judgement is required. Never leave your dog unattended while on a tie-out cable, stake, or trolley. Check the tension of your tie-out system regularly. Immediately discard the cable, stake, or trolley is damaged.

Do not use with choke-type collars, adjustable collars or harnesses.

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  • Item Number
    166447
  • Breed Size
    All Breeds
  • Material
    Steel
  • Leash Type
    Tie Out Cable
Instructions

Select a site that is level and free of all obstructions. Turn spiral stake into ground until secure. Attach one snap hook to containment device. Attach the other snap hook to the d-ring on your dog's buckle collar.

Size
Size Stake Length Tie-Out Length Maximum Recommended Weight
LARGE, 15-FT 18 inches 15 feet 100 lbs
LARGE, 30-FT 18 inches 30 feet 100 lbs
Rating: 4.4 of 5 stars 33 Reviews 33 Reviews 4.4 out of 5 Stars

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Rating: 4.4 of 5 stars 4.4 / 5

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  • 5 out of 5 stars

    Works for more than dogs!

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    I built a steel frame climbing wall in my back yard, using Unistrut. The downside is that steel channel flexes, causing the wall to be a swaying surface on which to climb. After considering many different ways of stabilizing this, all of them expensive, I decided that guy wiring the top would provide enough tension to do the job. But working with guy wire cables and connectors requires special tools and is costly. I then thought, why not use a dog staking system? I bought two of these Frisco Easy Grip Stake with Tie Out Cable, suitable for a 100lb dog. It took me hardly any time to guy wire my climbing wall, and that solved the swaying problem. The cables won't snap (not enough force I built a steel frame climbing wall in my back yard, using Unistrut. The downside is that steel channel flexes, causing the wall to be a swaying surface on which to climb. After considering many different ways of stabilizing this, all of them expensive, I decided that guy wiring the top would provide enough tension to do the job. But working with guy wire cables and connectors requires special tools and is costly. I then thought, why not use a dog staking system? I bought two of these Frisco Easy Grip Stake with Tie Out Cable, suitable for a 100lb dog. It took me hardly any time to guy wire my climbing wall, and that solved the swaying problem. The cables won't snap (not enough force involved), but if a stake ever pulls out (unlikely) I can just twist it back in a few inches away. Since it's a guy wire arrangement, a "loss of tension" would pose no safety danger (as in a cable whipping into someone); the cable would just hang slack. … more

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  • 3 out of 5 stars

    Affordable, but just ok

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    I purchased this as it was rated for up to 100 lb dog. Within about 2 weeks, my 50 lb dog has bent the stake pulling it from the ground. So definitely get a larger tie out than you think you might need. The cable as also started to rust. For an outdoor item, I would think it would last longer than 1 month without rusting.

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  • 4 out of 5 stars

    Holds husky

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    Used at a campsite and tested in our yard. So far so good! Gives us some reassurance when we are outside with our dog in an unfenced area

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  • 5 out of 5 stars

    Great product great price

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    We moved into a new house and had to wait a couple months before having a fence put in. In the meantime we've been using this product. I worried it would be lesser quality because it was cheaper than other similar products. We've been using it for a month now in our yard to contain our 35 lb dog and it works like a charm. Nice and sturdy. Doesn't pull out of the ground, she can't chew threw the cable. I would definitely recommend this product as well as Chewy all the way!

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  • 5 out of 5 stars

    Tie out cable

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    This is exactly what I wanted, my driveway gets so slick in the winter. I’m going to use this in my backyard instead of walking my dog.

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  • 3 out of 5 stars

    Rusting after 2 weeks

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    I love the spike. It goes into the ground easily and stays there with minimal effort. It’s really is a great training tool for a very curious puppy. However, the part that connects the rope to the leash has rusted after just two weeks and is very hard, if not impossible at times, to use. Honestly I’d buy this again for the ground spike.

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  • 2 out of 5 stars

    clip is rusting after a few months

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    I don't like leaving negative reviews - I tried to find Frisco to contact directly. I purchased 2 of these for the front and backyards. While the product seems very good, after just a couple of months the button mechanism is already rusting, making it difficultto clip/unclip. We've hardly had any rain this summer either.

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  • 5 out of 5 stars

    Arrived late but it works

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    For some reason Chewy shipped this item separately with the rest of the order and it arrived way after I actually needed it. I give you one star on shipping Chewy, figure it out! Not cool. However on the item itself, it's perfect, easy to use, and you can buy a lead cable for different lengths if the length is too long so it's versatile. My dog only weighs 25lbs though so I'm not sure how great this is for larger breeds.

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  • 5 out of 5 stars

    It works great

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    Perfect length and sturdy for my 10 lb dog that likes to charge after people and other dogs no matter how big they are. Does the job of keeping her in the yard while i water and weed my plants.

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  • 5 out of 5 stars

    Strong tie out

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    This tie out is much sturdier and cable stronger. My sweet dog is 80 pounds of energy. When I put him on this tie out in front while working on garden he has lots of room to roam and cannot pull this out of the ground. He is generally fenced in back, but liked the freedom this gives him and I know he is safe.

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