TUMBO Trolley Dog Xtreme Stretching Coil Cable with Anti-Shock Bungee Aerial Dog Tie Out, Black, 100-ft - Chewy.com

Tumbo Trolley Dog Xtreme Stretching Coil Cable with Anti-Shock Bungee Aerial Dog Tie Out, Black

By Tumbo
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  • Convenient tie-out system is easy to set up and take with you on the go.
  • Plastic-coated, steel coiled cable is not only tough and durable, it also features an anti-shock design for a softer slow down for even the biggest doggos.
  • Coiled lead line offers more tangle-free roaming and freedom for larger pooches.
  • Special pulley slider is designed with 3 wheels for an extra-smooth ride.
  • Made to last for years of use, with rust-resistant galvanized steel, nickel-plated steel and stainless steel.

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Can I shorten the length if I get longer than I need? Also, does this hold if you have a reactive dog? For example, if he lunged to chase a cat or another dog, would this hold? I will be outside when in use.
Answer by ChewyJul 10, 2022
The tie out is adjustable, up to 100 feet long. The tie out is made to be very durable and is designed for use with large and active dogs.

Is this zipline able to hold two dogs? Or do you recommend two separate ziplines?
Answer by ChewySep 08, 2022
The manufacturer does offer a kit on their site called the "add a dog" kit that allows you to have 2 dogs on one main overhead line, but we recommend a longer run (at least the 150 foot) so that the dogs can have space at each end to roam without tangling with the other. There are slider/pulley stops included so you can limit travel of each dog to a section of line. For large breeds, it is recommended a system of their own. However, you know your pet best and what they are capable of in terms of strength. The lines have a 900-pound breaking strength.

what is the maximum weight the system can hold?
Answer by ChewyAug 18, 2022
The manufacturer typically recommends a maximum pet weight of around 125 pounds as a fair upper weight limit, but the demeanor and activity level and how the dog behaves while tethered overall is more of a factor than their actual weight. An aging 150 pound dog who just lays around will not be an issue, but an 85 pound dog that spends his whole time tethered trying to escape and get free could be a problem potentially.

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Rated 5 out of 5 stars
By DogMom on Aug 19, 2022

Love the trolley

We have gone thru many poles, clips, run line and dog line in the last two years, until now. This set has been up and working with no issues. We hang a pull toy on the line for our dog and she tugs and tugs, in he past the pulleys would get wrapped around each other and then eventually make the lines fray or break. This set up has been a game changer. We even bought an extra trolley for the pull toy.