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Old 12-06-2009, 04:46 PM
Judy at Shady Grove Judy at Shady Grove is offline
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Default Shock Absorbing Leashes

There is a whole line of shock absorbing leashes available on the market that look like they are high quality, pet friendly, and are easy on the owner's arm and hand.

EzyDog has a whole line of these leashes, with one that should fit every type of dog and leash behavior. Four of these leashes are CUJO, MONGREL, MUTLEY, and HARNESS. There are others as well, and you can check them all out on the EzyDog website.

Cujo: This leash has 6-inches of shock absorbing stretch. This leash is meant for Medium to Large dogs that pull hard. The Cujo comes in a 26" and a 40" leash and can be made longer with an extention lead.

Mongrel: This leash is short and designed for medium to large dogs that you want to keep at your side; it is useful in training situations with your dog. It also has that 6" of shock absorbing stretch; The Mutley can be made longer using an extension lead.

Mutley: The Mutley is like the Cujo, except it is made with soft waterproof neoprene so that you can comfortably slip over your wrist and use while out jogging or biking with your dog. Like the other leashes, you can add an extension onto this leash as well.

Harness: The EzyDog harness is different from other harness's out there as it is made with a chest plate for added comfort. The chest plate is foam rubber that conforms to your dogs chest structure for an ergonomic fit. The chest plate spreads the point of pressure across the chest and makes your dog not only more comfortable, but easier to control.

These leads/leashes would make a great gift idea for any of your doggy friends. Get one or two for yourself! Your dog will be more comfortable, and your arm will not feel like it is going to fall off if you have a dog that likes to pull.
Have a great day! Judy

Last edited by honorine : 12-06-2009 at 06:57 PM.


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