I have one, and use it when I have to walk all three at once. I have no trouble walking two, but three leashes is HARD!!! The trouble is, the way that makes most sense (and is easiest on me) is to couple one of the girls to Kodi, who is totally reliable on leash. And then I feel so bad for him... He looks SO put-upon!
It wasn't HIS idea to get these crazy little sisters!
So, mostly, I try to walk just two at a time. Kodi and one of the girls. Walking Kodi and Pixel is a piece of cake... With Kodi as a good example, Pixel just trots along on a loose leash, just the way he does. He stays slightly ahead (he always likes to lead the way!
) and she stays right behind him. So two separate leashes is easy. If I walk Kodi and Panda together, it's two separate leashes, and a LOT more work, because she's like walking a bee on a string. She's EVERYWHERE if you're not on top of her every moment. There's no relaxing stroll with her.
But at least I don't have to worry about what Kodi's going to do.
The two girls together is total chaos. Panda brings out the absolute worst in Pixel, and they BOTH start running in 10 different directions. ("How do two puppies run in ten different directions," you ask? Try it some time, and I think you'd agree!
) So I really try to avoid that. If Dave and I walk them together, he takes Kodi and Pixel (easy pair) and I take the maniacal monsterly adolescent.