Information about ABO Gear Aussie Slip Dog Leash - Check Cord Lead
Closeouts.Anxious pups and dogs alike will walk at a gingerly pace with the help of ABO Gear's Aussie dog training lead. Check cord design gently tugs against dog, eliminating aggressive pulls, with a durable braided rope.
Reviewed by wamama from Washington State on Wednesday, October 01, 2014
My husband likes these, he feels our dog responds better. I do think they're seconds though as the 3 we have all have stiching coming undone. I do like that it's easy to slip over his head as opposed to trying to clasp onto the D ring on his collar. But for my comfort I prefer the stretchier leashes.
Reviewed by New England Mama from Northern New England on Tuesday, August 12, 2014
I purchased a similar leash at a pet store awhile ago for more than twice the price. I love the slip-over-the-head convenience, and so does my dog. When it is time to go out, my dog doesn't have to wait while I fumble with a clasp. My dog was trained with a training collar and a light leash, so we also like the tightening feature and the light feel of this leash--but without the barbs. Any trainer will tell you that "choke" is a misnomer--if used properly, a light tug is used as a quick "correction." The slip collar reminds my dog not to pull. What I like about this particular collar is that unlike the other, more expensive one I purchased, it has two "stops"--one far and one near--to prevent actual choking. The other one had only the far one, and I could not control how tight it got. If you want the leash to squeeze all the way, you could remove the top stop. As previous reviewers stated, the leather stops were difficult to move, and I had to apply a lot of force to get them situated where I wanted them. This is a good thing. It means that the dog will not be able to pull them out of position easily. However, I have a highly trained dog who is sensitive to the meaning of a gentle tug. If you are playing tug-of-war with your dog, this might not be the best leash for you. The stops might not hold. You probably need a barbed collar, a clasp and a few dozen hours of doggy discipline class.
Reviewed by jodicoyote from coastal central california on Thursday, July 31, 2014
This is a great style of leash for walks. There are more expensive versions made of nylon cord which are also nice. I've bought many of these for my multiple mutts- from mini rat terrier to a large Malamute. There are leather slips that control how far the lead can slip. One draw back- my border collie, who does not like bathing, quickly chewed through the leash when I left her tied for a minute but she probably could have chewed through the nylon cord in not much more time. Great value!
Reviewed by Shelly from New Mexico on Thursday, January 30, 2014
This kind of lead is the handiest way to move dogs that are too wild to be loose in the house. My friend breeds Labrador Retrievers and when they are young, or even older due to the stimulation of having so many other dogs in the house, this is essential for getting them in and out. If dogs are in fenced (wire fencing) areas, there is some risk in having collars on them, so these are great.. I bought this as a gift for my friend.
They are adjustable. The one that is closer to the shorter end of the lead keeps the leash from choking too much and the other keeps it from getting too big. One think you want to watch out for is that if you get it wet, make sure you move those tabs a little when it's drying. They are made of leather and can shrink very snug to the rope when drying making it much harder to adjust.
Answered on 8/15/2014 1:21:57 AM by jodicoyote from Central Coast California