Cotton Web Leads 6 foot Color: Black
A must have product for busy dog
We enjoy having a longer leash on hand. This one was the perfect length and the material was easy to handle. You can wind up the leash to keep your dog close, or let it go for them to explore within a controlled distance away.
January 26, 2015
I have a few of these wonderful cotton leads in various lengths. An excellent value for the price! They are soft and comfortable to hold onto. No break-in period required. The stitching at both ends, handle and snap, is excellent quality. Lightweight enough to be comfortable with small dogs, strong enough to be secure with larger dogs. Versatile and appropriate for many different uses. (Though common sense is called for. This is not the type of line I would recommend for someone looking to tie a dog out, unattended.)
January 24, 2015
These leashes are the greatest. They are comfortable to hold. They're strong and they last a long time.
January 22, 2015
BEST Web leash
Our family has been using these leashes for 10 years. We order the 30 foot, and 12 foot. Our little precious is part beagle and that nose hits the ground she just wants to pull and track. At our favorite parks the 30 foot gives her a lot of freedom to maneuver and feel like she is off leash and not tied to us, yet we have comfort level she is leashed and won't run off. When we need to control her more, like at outdoor concerts or picnics, the 12 foot it ideal. It's long enough for her to have some room to lay down and spread on a picnic blankets and let's us have room to wrap around our hand or even tie to an outdoor stake. They are extremely durable. We go through them because she does a lot of walking on pathways and drags the leashes....The clips are built well and sturdy. The webbing will unravel after a very long time of abuse. It your dog doesn't drag the leash over the asphalt I would think it would last much longer. They are so affordable we don't mind replacing them when needed. For typical use, I would think one doesn't have to replace them often. We prefer the red as it shows up everywhere. I do wish they would also make a bright blue. Black and green are harder to see in the back of the car or grass.
September 18, 2014