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    **Cool** for dogs that pull

    http://www.wackywalkr.com/

    I am thinking of ordering this.
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    It looks like a normal leash with just bungee cord instead of canvas. I would personally spend the money on it, just try working with your dog not to pull (which is easier said then done, I know).

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    Wow they look great, alot different to our "Bungee" leads. I have found them very usuful especially when we are out at Flyball comps and the dogs are excited and bouncing around, saves my arms alot of stress.


    Ezy dog Bungee Lead.

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    I don't really understand how it works. Is it just when the dog pulls the leash extends?

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    Intresting!! I might have to give those a try. Jada is such a puller. I'm working with her, she is getting a little better about her pulling.

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    they are like $25 If someone orders one I'd like to know how they work and if a strong dog can break one.

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    Quote Originally Posted by .sarah
    I don't really understand how it works. Is it just when the dog pulls the leash extends?
    they seem to work like a bungy ??
    this is what my dogfancy says about them
    "made with latex modeled after the fitness industry, alleviates stress on dog and owner during walks. The leash adjusts to resistance when you dog pulls, shifting the burden from you to the leash itself. The harder your dog pulls, the more responsive the leash is, gently correcting wandering or impatient dogs. The leash also comes in double models to walk more then one dog at a time."
    I am not entirely sure that helped or not but the website might explain it better?
    Keeganhttp://www.dogster.com/dogs/256612 9/28/2001 to June 9, 2012
    Kylie http://www.catster.com/cats/256617 (June 2000 to 5/19/2012)
    Kloe http://www.catster.com/cats/256619
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    Kylie the Queen, Keegan the Princess, entertained by Kloe the court Jester
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    i saw something like this at Rural King the other day. i like them, but don't need one.
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    Quote Originally Posted by shais_mom
    they seem to work like a bungy ??
    this is what my dogfancy says about them
    "made with latex modeled after the fitness industry, alleviates stress on dog and owner during walks. The leash adjusts to resistance when you dog pulls, shifting the burden from you to the leash itself. The harder your dog pulls, the more responsive the leash is, gently correcting wandering or impatient dogs. The leash also comes in double models to walk more then one dog at a time."
    I am not entirely sure that helped or not but the website might explain it better?
    Sounds pretty neat. I might get one for Mandy.

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