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Does not allow the human to be in control
posted 6 years ago
First of all let me say pit bulls and retractable leashes are not compatible. I learned the hard way and so did a neighborhood cat.
You need a leash for a strong dog that more sturdy.
I like a 4ft leather leash with a halti collar and a martingale back up.
Also little dogs tend to be quite aggressive on these.
Our shelter director does not allow use of these when taking a shelter dog out.
Pros: some people like to give their dogs freedom
Cons: you will probably never be in control of your dog
3 of 3 people found this review helpful.
Walkabout is the gold standard retractable
posted 5 years ago
I use this lead once in a while and feel comfortable using it for my foster, a very strong English Pointer. I have even used this with some of my bullies and it is a strong leash. Highly recommend.
Pros: only one you can use for strong dogs
Cons: expensive but worth it
1 of 1 people found this review helpful.
posted 6 years ago
These are nice when in an area that foolishly doesn't have options for off leash areas for dogs- and the dog needs to run. Or at least not always walk sedately at the side of the person. It's best if the dog can do that before you try the retractable leash so you know you can control the dog.
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