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Post by Guest on Tue Feb 26 2013, 13:51

This is another great product from EzyDog..

(I went for the 25" lead instead of the 48" lead because IMO 48" is a little too long)

I find this lead really comfortable on the hand because of how well padded it is.
The zero shock technology stretches about 10"-12" to really cushion the dogs pulling and tugging.
(The 48" lead has a second handle near the start of the lead which they call the traffic control which is great for close control.)
Overall I really recommend this lead but then again most of there leads are great Wink
http://www.ezydog.co.uk/zero-shock-leash/
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I received this product for free as Ramsey won EzyDog of the month and is now a model for them Tongues


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Post by Guest on Tue Feb 26 2013, 14:07

That sounds really good. Think Iight have to invest in a couple of them after the weekend ive had Big Grin

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Post by Guest on Tue Feb 26 2013, 14:12

Sounds good, but it would be better to teach your dog not to pull! Wink

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Post by Guest on Tue Feb 26 2013, 14:23

Caryll wrote:Sounds good, but it would be better to teach your dog not to pull! Wink
he doesnt pull at all really.. But every now and then Rasmey will pull my gf towards me. Its also great for sudden moments when we are running. So there are other benefits for the shock absorbent technology! Wink

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Post by Guest on Tue Feb 26 2013, 18:13

The girls have the short one, the only thing I find is that Lily likes to sniff a lot when she is out and I find it a bit short Big Grin

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Post by Guest on Tue Feb 26 2013, 18:47

Ah but I hate sniffing and try to not allow it

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Post by Guest on Tue Feb 26 2013, 20:26

Apparently it is good for a dog to sniff as they get to know what's going on in the dog world. I would like to know what the longer one is like, as you say Jason the handle is really comfy.

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Post by rebeccaleanne on Tue Feb 26 2013, 20:29

i need a new lead and this looks like a good one, may have a look and see. i prefer a shorter lead for walking as i only have small hands so wrapping and faffing a lead around me hand can be a problem.....but looks a smart lead
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Post by Guest on Tue Feb 26 2013, 20:50

Chiara wrote:Apparently it is good for a dog to sniff as they get to know what's going on in the dog world. I would like to know what the longer one is like, as you say Jason the handle is really comfy.
its might be good but it's very annoying and time consuming.. He can do that on off lead time.

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Post by Guest on Tue Feb 26 2013, 20:51

rebeccaleanne wrote:i need a new lead and this looks like a good one, may have a look and see. i prefer a shorter lead for walking as i only have small hands so wrapping and faffing a lead around me hand can be a problem.....but looks a smart lead
yeah it's really decent tbh

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Post by rebeccaleanne on Tue Feb 26 2013, 20:54

Jason wrote:
rebeccaleanne wrote:i need a new lead and this looks like a good one, may have a look and see. i prefer a shorter lead for walking as i only have small hands so wrapping and faffing a lead around me hand can be a problem.....but looks a smart lead
yeah it's really decent tbh

let me know how it goes in a a week or so if you can jason, i understand why others prefer longer but as tyke can get off lead play then i prefer shorter
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Post by Guest on Tue Feb 26 2013, 21:09

Yeah ok I will.. Its not too short really. I'll try getting a picture of the lead being user to get an idea how long it is

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Post by rebeccaleanne on Tue Feb 26 2013, 21:14

Jason wrote:Yeah ok I will.. Its not too short really. I'll try getting a picture of the lead being user to get an idea how long it is


yea if you can do
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Post by racamoe on Wed Feb 27 2013, 12:25

It looks smart Smile
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Post by Guest on Wed Feb 27 2013, 19:18

Jason wrote:
Chiara wrote:Apparently it is good for a dog to sniff as they get to know what's going on in the dog world. I would like to know what the longer one is like, as you say Jason the handle is really comfy.
its might be good but it's very annoying and time consuming.. He can do that on off lead time.

You're right it is very time consuming and also embarrassing when your dog keeps sniffing other dogs' wee on lamposts etc! Laughing

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Post by Guest on Thu Feb 28 2013, 09:01

Jason wrote:This is another great product from EzyDog..

(I went for the 25" lead instead of the 48" lead because IMO 48" is a little too long)

I find this lead really comfortable on the hand because of how well padded it is.
The zero shock technology stretches about 10"-12" to really cushion the dogs pulling and tugging.
(The 48" lead has a second handle near the start of the lead which they call the traffic control which is great for close control.)
Overall I really recommend this lead but then again most of there leads are great Wink
http://www.ezydog.co.uk/zero-shock-leash/
EzyDog Zero Shock Lead Untitled-1_zps4c9c6b6e EzyDog Zero Shock Lead Image_zps4b476fef

I received this product for free as Ramsey won EzyDog of the month and is now a model for them Tongues

Had to get that last little bit in there didnt you Wink

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Post by Guest on Thu Feb 28 2013, 09:09

Jason wrote:
Caryll wrote:Sounds good, but it would be better to teach your dog not to pull! Wink
he doesnt pull at all really.. But every now and then Rasmey will pull my gf towards me. Its also great for sudden moments when we are running. So there are other benefits for the shock absorbent technology! Wink

Could be good for me. Suki has a bad habit while we are running of either stopping or suddenly reversing directions Sad

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Post by Guest on Thu Feb 28 2013, 09:16

EllieSmith wrote:
Had to get that last little bit in there didnt you Wink
haha yeah oops

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Post by Guest on Thu Feb 28 2013, 09:28

The short lead is good for little hands, I'm not very tall so lead is ideal, however when the mister tried it he didn't like it as he is tall, he found the lead too short but liked the principle of it Big Grin


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Post by Guest on Thu Feb 28 2013, 09:35

Oh I see well the handle is huge for all hands. I'm 6ft and it doesn't seem too small for me.

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Post by Guest on Thu Feb 28 2013, 11:04

I meant is is good for little hands not that it wasn't good for bigger ones Big Grin

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Post by Guest on Fri Mar 01 2013, 14:27

Had Vinnies come today ordered the 24inch as Jason suggested. Have just got back from a walk and must say very impressed with it! Vinnie doesnt pull at all only when there is a good scent or another dog but I felt he was secure being closer to me. It doesnt hurt my shoulder sockets either as it is springing back when he pulls. I hope he doesnt do a Bungee to the other side of the road though! Big Grin

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Post by Guest on Fri Mar 01 2013, 14:32

I glad inez.. you now have the same collar and lead Laughing

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Post by Guest on Fri Mar 01 2013, 14:41

Jason wrote:I glad inez.. you now have the same collar and lead Laughing
Yes and I must say I am impressed with both! Will be interesting to see how the OH gets on with it, as he is obviously taller than me!! which dont take alot of beating!! Big Grin

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Post by Guest on Fri Mar 01 2013, 14:41

LOL yeah. well its not too short of lead.

Im glad it all helped.

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