Bungee Pupee Leash Large
The dog leash is a shock absorber and creates a cushion from any sudden moves made by you or your dog. As you encounter your dogs pull, the Bun-Gee Pup-EE leash stretches and the resistance your pet experiences teaches them not to tug anymore, helping you to train your dog! A GREAT Restraint System! Even if your dog doesn't play tug-a-war, it still looks terrific and functions perfectly. Your dogs weight determines which size you need.
Find bungee dog leashes for up to 25 pounds for small dogs or dog leashes up to 45 pounds for your mid-size dog. Medium size dogs require an expandable dog leash up to 65 pounds and your very large strong dogs will love the dog lead up to 165 pounds. Read more to find the right dog leash for your pup. Try the Bun-Gee Pup-EE Today and see why dog trainers call it; The first step training tool.
Leashes For Dogs Up To 65 Pounds
If your dog is strong and not easy to walk with, this is the leash for you! Our most popular leash that is Great for any sudden moves. Twisted to perfection for a fashionable and functional leash that's a sure win with your Favorite Pup Friend!
Dogs up to 65 pounds love BunGee PupEE when they walk on their leash because the pressure is relived from their back, neck, and shoulders. When choosing the right leash for your dog, make sure you select the right size leash for you. If your dog is almost 65 pounds and pulls a lot on your standard dog leash you will need the next size larger or the 165 pound leash!
Recommended Dog Leash For Most:
American Staffordshire Terrier, Australian Shepherd, Basset Hound, Border Collie, Bull Terrier, English Bulldog, English Springer Spaniel, Greyhound, Labradoodle, Norwegian Elkhound, Portuguese Water Dog, Samoyed, Siberian Husky, Saluki, Vizsla
Dog training is not an exact science - no two dogs are the same and there is no such thing as a definitive training technique (ie one set of training steps that all dogs can learn from). It is almost impossible to label and group the different ways that dogs learn but here is a general guideline on how dogs think and learn.
By reading the different Groups you may be able to identify certain aspects in your dog's personality and how it learns. I hope to give you a better understanding about your dog and how you can tailor your dog's training program accordingly.
When a dog suddenly pulls or jerks on its ordinary lead, its body and throat are jarred by the unexpected tension. This can leave the dog with undiagnosed muscle and skeletal injuries which are aggravated every time this jerking occurs.
Not only does this jarring effect the dog, the handler can also have back, shoulder and arm injuries from the dog's sudden movement.
Bungee Pupee leads overcome this problem by acting like a shock absorber - reducing the likelihood of dogs or their owners hurting themselves if the dog pulls or jerks suddenly. It is a new and comfortable way to walk mans best friend.