Thank you for the AWESOME leash that I purchased for my dog Trendie. Everyone in my agility class LOVED the leash and I’d like to order another for a friend.
A martingale-style collar, a fur tug and a bungee shock absorber — all in our best-selling agility and flyball leash. The martingale collar prevents your dog from escaping by tightening up if the dog tries to back out. They are especially beneficial for dogs with long fur or with heads smaller than their necks. A 24” (61cm) piece of thick, soft plush fur offers a bite area between the handle and the collar. Fur is triple stitched to 1” (25mm) soft-touch tubular nylon climbing webbing. Our GRIP ULTRA bungee inserted in the webbing has three times the resistance than standard bungee giving you the maximum shock absorption to save your shoulder and back when walking with a "puller" or when playing tug. Collar is made of the same tubular nylon webbing and fastens to the leash with acetal buckles. A sliding plastic 'stopper" makes it quick and easy to remove the collar or secure it after sliding over your dog’s head. See below for collar measuring instructions. Leash measures 60” (1.52m) long; stretches 72" (1.8cm). Oversize 7” (18cm) handle. Machine washable, cold water.
Optional Embroidered lettering on collar. Maximum 10 characters. CAPITAL LETTERS ONLY (webbing is too narrow for Upper/Lower case).
Measuring your Dog: To choose a collar size, measure around the thickest part of your dog’s neck behind the ears - a fabric tape measure or a string works best - or measure your dog's current collar from end to end (closed). Then select the martingale collar with the proper range of adjustment.
NOTE: A properly fitted martingale collar should be comfortably loose when there is no tension on the leash. When a dog pulls, the martingale collar will tighten to the dog's actual neck with buckles either touching or slightly apart.
One of my dogs is a bit reluctant tugging on leash and thanks to these leashes we're getting over that point.
Received our new Salty Dog Canvas tug leash today and we got Moxie to not only touch a toy but tug with the leash. Milestone!
Loudon who loves to grab his leash and tug at the end of his runs. It has been his primary agility show leash ever since. By far this has been the toughest leash we have owned and it has Loudon's stamp of approval.