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Ezydog Road Runner Dog Leash Black 210cm

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Perfect for anyone who is active and runs with their dog. Ezydog Road Runner Leash uses a sliding side-release buckle, so the size of the handle can be adjusted to suit your need. It can also be unclipped so you can wear the leash around your waist/shoulder or use as a temporary tether. Built into the handle is a D-ring and a barrel lock, ensuring you can attach your favourite accessories when using the leash as a running belt. Features Ezydog's Zero Shock Technology providing the leash with shock absorbing properties to cushion against sudden jolts. EzyDog Road Runner leash is made from soft touch webbing, making it comfortable, strong and durable. The handle also is lined with neoprene making it extra soft to hold in your hand. It also contains a reflective trim for night time safety.
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    • Amanda says... I have a 10mth Dobermann puppy who is a horrible puller. I used this lead with a head harness on her and found that it encourages her to pull more. It has a lot of give in the springy part which is very effective for running with a dog that doesn't pull. However, the lead is ineffective and I would even go so far as to say the lead become counter-productive if your dog is a puller. As the stretch in the lead seemed to make my dog pull even more and I lost the ability to control her pulling with it. The fabric is strong and yet feels soft. The padding in the handle is lovely on your hands. A good product but not for my young puppy who pulls.

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