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Selecting The Best Climbing Rope Dog Leash

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Bernese Mountain Dog with Blue Agave Climbing Rope Dog Leash & Carabiner.

Selecting The Best Climbing Rope Dog Leash is the one that works best for you and your dog.

Determine your dogs level of leash training, his personality, his breed characteristics, his size and strength. Determine you and your dogs activities.

Most dogs do well on a standard 6ft dog leash similar to our Black Raven. The length is long enough for basic obedience training and routine walks. A 4ft leash may be the best choice for daily walks; it’s a popular length and works well with most dogs.

A jaeger leash is worn over-the-shoulder and is great for hiking or jogging. This style of leash works best with dogs that are leash trained. It can be customized with a combination of different clips like carabiners or quick release clips. The traditional stainless steel clips are often the best choice.

Selecting the best climbing rope dog leash for your dog may not be any single leash, but different leashes best suited for specific activity’s, or environments. A short traffic lead may be best for crossing busy streets or maneuvering through crowds of people. A longer leash allows the dog more freedom where as some leashes like slip leads are best suited for kennel and rescue work.

If you have a strong dog that pulls you might consider a locking carabiner dog leash or the ultimate dog leash with a cnc machined 360° nano swivel. We use only climbing rated rope, carabiners and swivels. These are light weight, strong, and perfect for most medium to extra large dogs.

A quick release is a stainless steel locking clip that is both secure and easy to release. Often this type of connector is used with well trained dogs, like search and rescue dogs, or police and military k9’s where the handler might require a leash they can easily un-clip with one hand.

Most all dog leashes can be customized with different options. A second handle is popular and referred to as a double handle dog leash or 2nd Handle. This gives added control over dogs that pull.

Please feel free to reach out with questions, if you’re unsure what the best dog leash may be for you and your dog.

Thanks so much!

Josh Sterling