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Old 09-15-2014, 05:21 AM   #1 (permalink)
 
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Heavy duty leash

My friend has a pitbull mix and just recently had a baby, so exercise is a bit difficult for her. She needs a long leash 15-20 foot long for her dog to run and play on. They don't have a fenced area, because they love in an apartment type area.

The dog has good recall, but not when she is hyper/amped. So the cats/dogs in the area cause her to go crazy when unleashed.

She has broken 2 leashes in the past week. My friend doesn't know what else to do. So I figured I would ask here!

Suggestions?
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Old 09-15-2014, 08:29 AM   #2 (permalink)
 
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I am not sure about a brand that is best, leash wise. But I think it might be best for your friend to try and find a nice quite place (with no other dogs) for her pooch to do some serious running a couple times a week.
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I use a leash like this for my tank of a staffordshire mix;
Mendota Diamond Series Snap Leash
It works well for him and has held up so far. It also has a nice feel in the hand.

As for a sturdy long line -- I'd be more likely to find an empty ball field or something for the dog to run and play first. Then put them on the long line to work on recall no matter what distractions are around. My guy can build up enough momentum to bust any long line I've seen.
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sounds like a chain spot in the yard is what you need. But if you're looking for a long line i always get paracord at home depot, i think a 50ft line is like $5. just put a bullsnap on it and make your own
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I used a boat tow road and a 500lb spring clip. Your arm would break before the leash
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