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10' crack-resistant vinyl coated galvanized dog tie out cable for dogs under 50 lbs. Cable has a breaking strength of 920 lbs.
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Reader's Reviews (6)
Jeff K.
Rating: 3

Works okay

posted 5 years ago

A cheap outside chain but after time the get knots and start showing bare cable.

Pros: works okay

Cons: doesn't hold up well

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Kimberly B.
Rating: 3

Worked okay for awhile

posted 5 years ago

I like to have one of these on hand for those little inside dogs that like to run outside every 30 minutes. I just have it attached to our deck in the back yard and so all I have to do is step outside and hook them up - then they are good to go. However this last one that I purchased seemed to tangle and get cracked, etc. fairly quick. Also the snap did NOT work this winter when it was cold outside.

Pros: great concept and worked great at first

Cons: got pretty tangled up and knotted very easily

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