Mendota Pet 15ft Long Snap Leash
Snap Leash 15ft
Long Snap Lead – This 15 foot snap lead is longer than your traditional leash which is perfect for walking along the beach, training or field use. It give a great amount of distance so that your dog can move about freely but not too much where you are constantly reeling them in. Best only be used with dogs who already walk politely on-leash. A long leash is great for hikes and outdoor sport. When using this type, keep the slack off the ground to prevent tangling or tripping.
15ft in Length (4.5m length)
3/8 (9.5mm) & 1/2 (13mm) inch in rope diameter
3/8 inch diameters recommended for dogs under 50 pounds ( 22kg ⬇️)
1/2 inch diameters recommended for dogs over 50 pounds ( 22kg ⬆️)
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These British Snap leads will increase the enjoyment of every outing with your dog. It’s soft, luxurious feel is comfortable on the hands and allows easy folding to fit in a pocket. Made of waterproof, strong solid braid multi-filament UV coated polypropylene rope.
The Mendota Snap Leash is the perfect solution for walking your dog in the park or in the field for training. Made from popular and durable polypropelene rope. Soft and supple but extremely strong and easy to use when cold. Mendota uses the best in hardware and the construction is without equal. Long lasting and very durable.
♥️Used by professional trainers and handlers for many years this product has now been adapted for walking and training
♥️Soft on the hands with its “Broken in Feel” easy to use and pliable enough to fit in your coat pocket
♥️Brass, satin nickel or black metallic hardware and oil tanned leather splices
♥️Made of waterproof, vibrant, long-lasting multi-filament polypropylene rope.
♥️Machine washable, air dry only.
♥️Handmade in the U.S.A. to Singapore
Note: They allow you to give your dog freedom to roam, without relinquishing necessary contact for safety. Whether practicing recalls or retrieves with well-behaved dogs, these extra-long leashes provide just enough control. Long dog leashes are best used with a harness, rather than a collar, to prevent injury and provide proper control should your dog decide to run or chase—and should only be used with dogs who already walk politely on-leash. When using this type, keep the slack off the ground to prevent tangling or tripping.