Designed to coordinate perfectly with the Frisco Patterned Reflective Dog Collar
|Material||Synthetic Fabric, Nylon||Synthetic Fabric, Nylon||Cotton||Synthetic Fabric, Nylon|
|Breed Size||Medium Breeds||Medium Breeds, Large Breeds||Large Breeds||Medium Breeds|
|Leash & Collar Feature||Reflective||Outdoor Use||—||—|
|Closure Type||Bolt Snap||Snap||Buckle||Snap|
|Leash Length||4 feet||6 feet||6.5 feet||4 feet|
This is sturdy and yet lightweight for my small dog. This doesnt feel cheap even though it was a good price. Light enough it doesnt put pressure on my small neck.
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I got this with the matching front harness and collar. The short 4' leash works really well for my dog, but the reflective material is only on one side. Wish it were reflective on both sides. Feels sturdy tho.
Great item and I like the reflection of it at night
Our dog is about 45 pounds and is not really a leash puller, so the thin version of this leash works just fine for us. I wouldn't get the thin version for a larger dog or one that does pull, but it works just fine for us. I like how small this is for easy storage in a pocket or glovebox of the car, and it really delivered on the reflective component. The reflective material is only on one side, but that is fine with me, and it is very bright.
Training new pup. Light weight to drag around and get used to a lead. We got pretty pink for our new black GSD pup.
Very cute and sturdy for my 2 active yorkies who pull me on our walks
My dog is small and low to the ground. His harness is mesh so reflective tape does not stick well. I had hoped that this leash would reflect light well. It does not really do the trick.
I have found the Frisco reflective do leashes to not reflect. They are, however, highly attractive to puppies for chewing.
So, why would someone design a leash, meant to be used in the dark, with the reflective material only on one side? Both my dog and I are wearing reflective gear, but that's not the point. It sort of defeats the purpose, if the leash is twisted as a car comes by, so the non-reflective side is facing the lights of the car. Now I have had to buy reflective tape to put on the other side, so the leash can be seen in the dark no matter what position it is in. It just seems like a bad choice to have it be reflective, but only on one side. Would not recommend unless you have reflective tape sitting in your tool box.