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 How to keep long training leads from getting between legs

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Join date : 2013-06-10
Location : California

PostSubject: How to keep long training leads from getting between legs   Tue Jul 30, 2013 4:14 am

I love using these leads for recall training and going to places that aren't fenced but they always end up between Caper's legs, which looks uncomfortable to run around with. Using a pulling harness with a ring towards his rear has really helped, but sometimes the cord still manages to get between his legs. Anybody found a solution? If I could somehow string it through a loop near his butt, I think that would help. Or attach it to a strong, straight but moderately inflexible stick of rubber or something. Not sure how this would impact his running.
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Male Join date : 2013-01-24
Location : Middleburg Heights Ohio

PostSubject: Re: How to keep long training leads from getting between legs   Tue Jul 30, 2013 9:45 am

The pole might work if you could get it attached somehow. Not sure how it'd affect his running, but if you got a small/light one perhaps it wouldn't affect him running (imagining it rising up and away from him at an angle instead of going straight back behind him). Not sure how you'd go about doing that though. Wonder if they have something out there already....
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