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Leashboss Padded Handle Short Dog Leash

Leashboss Padded Handle Short Dog Leash

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    Perfect length, comfy grip!

    By Ella on Jan 23, 2020

    This 18” leash works well with a no-pull harness. I am 5’4” and after clipping the leash to my dog’s chest area, I have only about an inch slack. It helps keep my big boy puppy close to me. He is not a strong puller like my female (who has to use a prong collar in order to walk nicely), so this leash This 18” leash works well with a no-pull harness. I am 5’4” and after clipping the leash to my dog’s chest area, I have only about an inch slack. It helps keep my big boy puppy close to me. He is not a strong puller like my female (who has to use a prong collar in order to walk nicely), so this leash gives me perfect control. He does stray here and there when he smells something interesting, and when he lowers his head to sniff, the shortness of the leash makes me stoop a bit with him. But at a brisk pace it really does the job well. The material is nice and thick. The clasp also holds up well during occasional tugs to get him to leave his happy sniffing. We’ve been using it daily for a month now. No more tangles as with regular 4-6 ft leashes, and much simpler to control. It helps a lot especially with two dogs (again one used to be a strong puller). Will get a second 18-in for her soon, as I’m really getting used to the short length. I’m attaching a pic to give an idea how it works with my dog’s height (blue pit). Highly recommended leash! … more

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    Good leash but...

    By Elaine on Nov 12, 2019

    The leash it's self is awesome and it should get five stars, but the real way to get a dog to walk nice is by waiting until they walk in front of you, then making them sit. It's dog instinct to keep walking forward and they quickly learn to walk next to you. There are all different types of training The leash it's self is awesome and it should get five stars, but the real way to get a dog to walk nice is by waiting until they walk in front of you, then making them sit. It's dog instinct to keep walking forward and they quickly learn to walk next to you. There are all different types of training tools (short leashes, harnesses, head collars, prong collars, ect.) But the minute you use a different collar or harness, the dog will walk in front of you again! You always have to use the same training tool for your dog's whole life. What happens if the training tool breaks or is lost and you can't buy another one? Dogs need to walk nice on a leash no matter what leash you use. … more

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