|Material||Polypropylene, Rope, Plastic||Polypropylene, Rope, Plastic||Polypropylene, Rope, Plastic||Polypropylene, Rope, Plastic||Polypropylene, Rope, Plastic|
|Breed Size||Large Breeds, Giant Breeds||Extra Small Breeds, Small Breeds, Medium Breeds||Extra Small Breeds, Small Breeds, Medium Breeds||Large Breeds, Giant Breeds||Large Breeds, Giant Breeds|
|Leash & Collar Feature||Training, Waterproof||Training, Waterproof||Training, Waterproof||Waterproof||Waterproof|
|Closure Type||Bolt Snap||Bolt Snap||Bolt Snap||Bolt Snap||Bolt Snap|
|Leash Length||30 feet||30 feet||20 feet||4 feet||4 feet|
I have a 3 year old German Shepherd and wanted a rope for walking in the park and training that she couldn't break or chew through and this is it. We both love the "freedom" she gets to sniff around and its great when we work on her recall. Most ropes I looked at did not have the hook at the one end and luckily my husband and sons are firefighters and were able to tie a handle and the other end. She knows its adventure time when she sees the rope.
This is the 2nd 30' leash we buy in the last few months. the first one tangles horribly! This one is made well, shouldn't tangle, but has NOTHING to hold onto! Hate it and spent $30 on it....
We recently moved to a new neighborhood where fences are not allowed. I am not a fan of electric fences and we needed a way to secure our dog. This tie out is just perfect for our 64 pound mixed breed dog. We tried the cable type tie out, but it was so thin, it got stuck in between the slats in our deck. This thick tie out solved that problem. It is very strong, light weight and our dog enjoys the freedom the 30 foot length gives him. I like the orange color because it is easy to see. I agree with other buyers it would be nice to have a fastener on both ends if you are using the full 30 feet.
i use this every day. i did add a bungee to not hurt the dog or me on a sudden stop
I love this long line! We were having trouble finding a longer leash that was sturdy and had enough length for our purposes. These leash is solid. I don’t love that it doesn’t have a handle at the human end. However, I like being able to tie the leash to something solid like a tree. The material is easy to clean and I don’t have to worry about it fraying or getting ruined by outside muck.
Good length for training...longer would be better for fetch. Strong material - a bit heavy but works great for an energetic Irish Setter
I’ve had this rope for 2yrs going on 3 n I want to say this is the best leash I’ve ever purchased it’s gone through mud, dirt, rocks, lakes, tree ties N tug of war against a MALIGATOR n cocker spaniel since we have a moderate active lifestyle this rope’s condition is brand new I can’t complain n buying a second for my cocker to have her own
My human puts this on me when we go into the backyard to play. Since I'm a husky I like being independent. I don't think I need a lead. I should be able to run around free, hop the fence, and make friends with the alligator if I want to, right!? This lead doesn't let me do that, but I still have a lot of fun playing with my human! Sometimes when I've gotten too excited and tried to make a break for the fence the lead burns his hands. One time I wrapped it around his foot and took off which gave him a big blister. So far it's held up well though. My human probably thinks a self locking carabiner clip would be nice as well as a loop on the other end (the rope is so thick it doesn't want to hold a bowline knot well).
I bought this leash to practice recall with my dog in the back yard. He’s a 48# pit bull. I bought this one rather than the other one for dogs up to 50# because he is close to 50# and I wanted to make sure I had something really durable . There’s no handle on the end of the leash which I was annoyed by at first, but I’ve figured out how to manage without a handle. I only use this leash in the yard, and have a shorter one for his walks, It’s nice for him to have some freedom to run around and do some training.
Exactly what I wanted. Product has a quality feel to it (soft and supple, not course) - just like a dog sized lead rope for a horse. I can play with her at a park and maintain control while she's still training. Happy.