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Hands Free Dog Leash

Hands Free Leash

Hands Free Dog Leash

 

Hands Free Leash


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Price: $19.99



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The purpose of this lead is to have the dog work with you and adapt to your body movements. The dog learns to be attached to you and anticipate what you are doing and the direction it should move with you. I have used and trained with this style leash for over ten years and have found it to be the fastest way to teach a dog to stay with what I am doing and work with me. This is the leash I always use to take a dog out in public. It is so functional and versatile I would not be without it. One of the benefits of this leash is that it gives you free movement of both your hands. You can work attached to the dog and at the same time move independently from the dog. It is much easier to push a shopping cart, open doors, or pick up objects when you have both hands free. When you are using this lead you will direct the dog with your legs and body movements as much as touching the leash. The lead rests across your shoulder and wraps under your arm and stays close to you so you have quick access to the leash. It is adjustable with different rings that are set into the leash. This is so that the dog can be placed at different lengths away from the handler. And it gives the dog freedom to stop and lay down and rest when the lead is set on the closest snap ring.