Leash Struggles A Dog Parent Knows All Too Well

Every dog parent has a complicated relationship with their
dog’s leash. We rely on leashes to keep our curious and
distracted pups safe and nearby. But sometimes when you clip one on
and take your dog out, it turns into a Murphy’s Law

Whether they’re dragging a broken fence post behind their
leash or tangling your legs with it, our dogs don’t exactly make
trips out easy. If you’ve been there, you probably understand
these leash-related struggles too:

When they lie down in the middle of a walk and decide to become
cargo instead of dog. @S_Tornetta37/Twitter

Dog has decided walk is over, why are you still tugging?

Your dog makes it a personal project to untie the leash from its
post. @peace9400/YouTube

No! How did you figure out my tricks?

Having to turn the leash into a bracelet or belt when you just want
to sit and your dog doesn’t.

Sitting on the leash or wrapping it around your arm 10 times
never really seems to work. You better�get a Leash Lock, or you’ll be
squeezing your upper thigh muscles together all day to keep a leash

That elegant pas de deux dance of leash tangling with another dog.

Okay, everyone just stop moving for a second!

When they decide to make a whole
out of their leash. @KneeSlapper

No baby, you’re wearing it wrong. Though, it does look great
on you.

Your dog making an unscheduled visit to the next table over when
you’re eating out.

…and you apologizing to them even though they’re probably
happy to say hello to him.

Getting an unintentional rope burn when your dog spots a bunny.

That rope can slide real fast across your hand if you’ve got
the wrong hold on it! There’s something else you can avoid
entirely with a hands-free Leash

Knowing when it’s better to just switch leash-holding hands.

Hey pup, you know I’m attached to you,

Rushing to move the leash out of the pee or poop path.

Oh no, I have to touch this thing with my hands!

Having to unwrap your dog from a tree. @Ryan

How did you even accomplish this buddy?

Clutching the leash so tight when a car drives by too closely that
you basically turn it to dust. @Candid_Shots/Pixabay

And of course you also have to throw a dirty look towards the

Trying to fit a chair leg that’s too big into a retractable leash

Most retractable leashes are
not designed to fit chair legs
, which ends up putting you into
that leash bracelet situation.

Why You Need Leash Lock

Notice how a lot of these problems relate to who or what your
dog’s leash is anchored to? It’s crazy no one else does this,
but Leash
Lock is the World’s First Clipping Retractable Leash
. It lets
you be hands-free when you’re out and about with your dog (no
more rope burns or leash bracelets.)
And not to worry- it’s extremely secure, so your dog won’t
go running off. Leash Lock extends up to 16 feet and can handle up
to 110 pounds. Despite its convenience and security, Leash Lock is
still meant to be used when you’re supervising your dog, so
don’t just clip and walk away.
Securing the leash to something is incredibly easy. It
basically works like a carabiner. You can attach it to street
signs, beach chairs, table legs, and more. Watch a demonstration

Giving Back When You Shop

You probably know that giving back is a pretty big thing for us
here at iHeartDogs.com. Similarly, you can feel good about buying
Leash Lock too.

A portion of all
Leash Lock proceeds are deployed
to rescue and shelter
organizations, paying for care and other adoption fees. Leash Lock
partnered with the Pet Alliance of Greater Orlando to provide their
leashes at an affordable cost for anyone who adopts a dog from the

Leash Lock also donates to non-profits
whose mission lies with providing U.S. Veterans with service

Until we can explain all the basic rules of good walk behavior
to our dogs, Leash Lock makes a great solution to many of these
leash struggles.

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