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Leash for walking 2

Roxie's 2nd birthday is Monday and since she is just a little bit spoiled, she did not need any new toys or treats. But we HAD to CELEBRATE! So I bought her a new leash for walking 2 dogs by Timberwolf. And since she is a little bit spoiled, she received it early and we love it! Both dogs walk well without becoming tangled. Hubby loves the padded handle.


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It is a great product for those who have more than one Hav.
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Happy Birthday Roxie!
PS-that's the one I have for Oliver and Comet. I love it

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Cody is a puller and Tess is a dragger? (And I'm the stretched rubberband in-between)Would it work for them?

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With each of the leashes being 54 inches there seems to be enough compromise that each dog can find their way. Mine have learned in 2 days to walk on the same side, but one is dragging significantly behind the other.
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How do you make the leashes shorter, though? In the city I have to be able to bring them down to short leash at a moment's notice in case there are a lot of pedestrians, etc. Is it easy to grab both to shorten them?

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I love the look of this but have the same question as Lina. I have been considering trying a coupler but am afraid Riley will drag Monte, I am looking for something I can use when we are in a busy area and be able to reel them both in together when needed.

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Happy Birthday, Roxie!
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WE use it only when we are in the park etc. I don't use it just walking around the city or crowds.

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