This cable is extra thick and has generous size connection clips. I use it to temporarily secure dogs when we are outside the fenced area. I can pack car, sweep, gather yard debris or just let them check out "the other side of fence" while I have my hands free to do things. I would only use this for limited restraint times as needed.
Do Not leave this product outside in the weather, or let it get wet. It rusted and broke! My dog is under the recommended weight limit, but if it rusts that doesn’t matter!
This product says it for to tie out LARGE DOGS . I say don't waste your money . my Standard size Aussie ( about 60 , 65 pounds ) had this broke more than once in a two week time frame . We are talking brand new right out of packaging . Um pretty laid back most times to faulty product . But not when it's right of the bat and my dog doesn't weigh anywhere near what the people claim the product can handle .
We use this camping and it is just the right length and is very durable.
I don't know how my big boy does it but he gets kinks and knots in all of the tie out cables that I buy within a few weeks. So far these cables are fantastic! And no, he's not outside continuously. He's goes out and does his business then comes right back in. Thanks chewy for another great product!
Hey all, so I live in an apartment with no fenced in yard. I purchased 2 of these for my 61 pound husky pitbull and my 35 pound pitbull. I wasn’t concerned about the little one because she doesn’t pull at all but my husky pit does, so I made sure to watch very closely when I initially attached the rope to his harness. The description says to not attach to a harness but he’ll get right out of his collar so I did it anyway with caution. I will say on the first attempt he ripped the stake right out of the ground and got loose but I believe I put it in a bad spot that didn’t have that thick soil. Second attempt was perfect. They both played in the yard for 5 hours without it coming loose once (after the first mishap.) The cables do twist a little because I have 2 close to each other but it’s not a big deal to untangle them every hour or so. Very happy with this product! Would 100% recommend to anyone looking. They’re going to have a great summer outside, I’m so excited for them!
I bought another cable somewhere else and the head of it was so big I could barely open it with one hand, and it was so heavy I felt like I was putting my dog through neck strengthening exercises! This is the perfect balance between strength, weight, and price. He's a 75 lb Great Dane mix and I don't have concerns about him getting loose on this.
I love the color! Perhaps I should have read the description on this lead though. I thought “Large” meant it was intended for a large-breed dog. It’s not. Long, but thin. I bought it for my 166 pound Newfoundland. She loves to lay out front in the yard. Fortunately, she’s up there in years and doesn’t pull like she used to, so I’m using it. It’s working, but I really wanted a lead intended for a large/giant-breed dog. My mistake.
I got tie out for my 12lb Chihuahua. I used it so he could sit out on the front porch. I previously used a thinner one for him but after two years of his pulling and tugging the wire broke. Even though he is only 12lbs, I would recommend this stronger tie out.
I needed a tie out that wasn’t too heavy for my gentle giant who needs to be on something but hardly moves around. I love this one because it doesn’t weigh heavy on his harness when attached and is very flexible cording. It’s made it easy for Kona to enjoy the yard while stay tethered for safety.