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Post by LukeNJanine on Sun May 19 2013, 21:02

Hey peeps just wondered if anyone has one or used one, I'm looking at getting Bruno a full new outfit lead harness and collar and to be honest I want to get him the right ones I need to control him when I'm out and about,

Bruno has an habit of when he sees a cat,bird other dog and any other animal to bolt towards it,

So just wondered how this lead stacks up,

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Post by Guest on Sun May 19 2013, 21:09

I haven't used one, but I think there a couple of people here who have.

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Post by Guest on Sun May 19 2013, 21:57

I've the ezydog collar & harness which are great thumbs up but not tried the lead Smile

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Post by Pestey on Sun May 19 2013, 23:03

I've got the army green camo shock lead and tbh IT'S AWESOME!!!!

great if you like a large diameter soft grip, and great for people who may have a bit of arthritis in the hands (mum says so as she has it) and the shock lead has enough give in it so when my 17 week old goes there is enough time for me to "brace for impact" (so to speak)

depending on if your is a bitter......... it may get frayed easy but it will still hold up Wink

also a friend of ours has just bought the short version for her EBT as she likes ours so much.

you wont go wrong with it Wink
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Post by Guest on Sun May 19 2013, 23:20

Ezydog do have a good name. thumbs up

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Post by Guest on Mon May 20 2013, 12:04

I have the lead I love it but OH doesnt as he finds it too short, but did buy the shortest length. Good for me though as I like Vinnie close to me whilst walking. Its very strong and a bit like a bungy rope! Big Grin

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Post by Kathy on Mon May 20 2013, 12:10

Rocky also has the EzyDog collar and harness but have not tried the lead, would be interested to hear how it goes though.
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Post by LukeNJanine on Mon May 20 2013, 12:55

i will prob be getting the 48inch one as it has the road handle which is something i think i need as bruno has an habbit of running when we get to the road,

i will be getting him the harness aswell,

really looking forward to buying them him now ha : )
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Post by Guest on Mon May 20 2013, 13:57

Ive got the short one and its really comfortable to hold and does absorb some pulling. I would probably recommend the longer one as this one is a bit short Big Grin

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Post by goldie87 on Fri May 24 2013, 11:48

I had the Ezydog zero shock lead but I didn't like it, so I returned it.

I didn't like the idea that I couldn't completely stop Zeus on a walk if I had to. For example, if I had to stop Zeus whether he seen another dog or came up to a kerb, when I pulled him, he could still go forward a bit because of the extendable aspect of the shock lead. I prefer the standard chain lead which I have, as I can stop him when I need to and have complete control of him. I do however, have the Ezydog collar and it's brilliant.
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