Choosing the width
- Wider leads are stronger, heavier and more cumbersome than thinner ones
- Thinner leads have smaller, lighter fittings
- Large, strong or boisterous dogs need stronger leads
- Thinner leads are suitable for lighter and steadier dogs, and for activities such as Showing
Choosing the Length
- The lead must be long enough to comfortably reach from the collar to your hand (so shorter dogs and taller handlers need longer leads)
- The length of the lead includes the part that goes around your dog's neck
- A longer lead will give your dog more room, and is generally preferred for training
Choosing the fabric
- All our webbing and rope is easy care and durable. It can be put through a cool machine wash.
- Leather softens with use and will last for many years if properly cared for. If should be dried naturally and occasionally treated with a good leather dressing (we recommend Sedgwick Leathercare)
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