Basic Training Puppy Tieout
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Rating: 3.2

Average rating from 6 reviews.

(3.2 out of 5, based on 6 reviews)

10' Puppy Tieout for puppies and dogs under 18 lbs. Strong galvanized steel aircraft cable with 480 lb. cable break strength.Crack-resistant UV-protected vinyl coating stops rust and corrosion.Smooth vinyl coating won't scratch furniture or damage lawns.Safer and stronger than chain or rope tieouts.Forged iron swivel snaps at both ends.Use with dome stake, spiral stake or trolley.Basic Training Dog Tieouts are the finest, safest tieouts made in the world today.
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Kelsey S.
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Rating: 2

Not My Favorite

posted 5 years ago

If you don't have a fence or are on the move, a tie-out is a great thing to look into. However, I am reluctant to leave a dog, especially a puppy, alone on a tie-out, as it can easily become tangled; this is not only uncomfortable, but potentially dangerous.

I did not try this tie-out for long (I ended up using a long training lead attached to a post), but in my experience, it was difficult to straighten out. It kept wanting to curl up into its circles again.

Pros: contains dog

Cons: does not contain well

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Cassie3
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Rating: 1

Caused Anxiety, Confusion, and Frustration

posted 5 years ago

We tried this with our GSD when she was a puppy. This only caused anxiety and extreme frustration for our puppy. BASED ON MY PERSONAL EXPERIENCE, it was more of an obstruction than anything.

Of course, I cannot imagine anyone using this tieout as an alternative to a fenced-in yard for a baby dog. As a training device, it was worthless and caused more harm than good FOR OUR GSD PUPPY.

Perhaps it might work as a tool in training other breeds.

[As an aside to this review (not to be confused and/or included as part of the review), since this isn't a cage, but a tieout, why is there a rating for "look of cage?"]

Pros: NONE

Cons: Obstruction to Training

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