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    Black 50ft 15M Long DOG PET Puppy Training Obedience Lead Leash | eBay

    I bought one of these a few weeks back to try and proof Brock's recall. Haven't used it yet but from a visual inspection it looks to be very good quality. Obviously much much cheaper than buying one locally.

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    Good price and free postage too! What is the clip size like and how strong?

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    'mymatejack' - Good buy and long leads are very useful to have.

    A little trick to save your hands is to put knots along the length of it – makes it easier to grab it or stomp on it – if need be !

    Something else I have found very useful over the years for when training pups – is a dog tie out stake - keeps your hands free. A link for you:

    https://www.google.com.au/search?q=d...w=1280&bih=909
    Have fun ! smiley-eatdrink004.gif

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    That is very good for such a cheap price
    Over the years i've just used a normal lead with a long length of hay bale string attached to that and then another lead on the end for me to hold onto works well for me, lol.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Emm318 View Post
    Good price and free postage too! What is the clip size like and how strong?
    The clip is "normal" sized if you know what i mean. It appears to be good quality but of course the only time and use will tell.

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    Quote Originally Posted by maddogdodge View Post
    That is very good for such a cheap price
    Over the years i've just used a normal lead with a long length of hay bale string attached to that and then another lead on the end for me to hold onto works well for me, lol.
    As a person who grew up on a farm, baling twine has so many uses it's amazing.

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