Long Lead Training Leash | For Dogs Over 20 Lbs | Pupford
long lead for dogs over 20 lbs | Pupford
long lead for dogs over 20 lbs | Pupford
long lead for dogs over 20 lbs | Pupford
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Long Lead Training Leash for Dogs Over 20 Lbs

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Long Lead Training Leash for Dogs Under 20 LbsLong Lead Training Leash for Dogs Over 20 Lbs
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If you want to teach the recall of your dreams (amongst other behaviors) you will absolutely need a long lead leash. -30 foot lead for teaching recall, stay, and other behaviors -Handle to make it easier to hold and a clasp that clips onto any harness or collar -Best for dogs OVER 20 lbs

About 30 feet long and the leash width is about 1".

Long lead leashes allow you to train your pup on more difficult behaviors while staying in control of the situation. And in the beginning, you need control. If you lose control, you risk setting your dog up for unsuccessful training sessions. If you try and teach a dog recall or to stay with distance without a long lead, you’ll probably end up chasing a pup that’s running away from you. Not only that but using a long lead keeps your pup safe during training. Not just safe from danger, but from becoming lost or stolen!

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Give Your Dog More Freedom

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Practice Recall and Other Challenging Behaviors

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Keep Your Pup Safe

To train a well-behaved dog, you need the right tools! And if you want to teach the recall of your dreams (amongst other behaviors) you will absolutely need a long lead leash. -30 foot lead for teaching recall, stay, and other behaviors -Handle to make it easier to hold -Clasp clips onto any harness or collar The large long lead is made specifically for dog OVER 20 lbs.

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