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post #1 of 27 (permalink) Old 11-16-2008, 09:41 AM Thread Starter
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I use a leather leash. I love the leather leash I have for Ivy.
If it gets dirty/muddy I just wipe it off. I use it all year round in all weather- snow, rain, sleet, hail, sun etc...
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I have a nylon right now. At some point I'd like to get a leather, as it does get dirty and you can't just wipe it off.
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I have all types but for letting them go potty we use no leash, but for taking to a vet I have a 2 handle nylon leash very strong, dog shows I have a soft leather leash and my husband uses a 35 ft retractable which we have had for 6 years now

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ive had the same leather leash for 12 years and its fine but i will never use a leather collar again. my pup managed to get it off and ate it minus the buckle and id tags.

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did horses for years - won't own nylon equipment for horses or for dogs...nylon burns the hands, will not break if under stress ( have known of horses to break necks and die!)

Leather for all leads, beeta for long lines

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All of the above. I have nylons leashes (4 & 6 footers), leather leashes, rope leads (the all-in-one type), a chain leash (used it to fix a leash-chewing foster I had) and they go neekid alot!
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What I love of leather leashes is that any other material, the longer you use it, the worst it looks and feels. With leather, the longer you use them they become softer and as if made for you.

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i use a nylon leash. i lso have a nice hand made leather leash. my dog is rarely on the leash.
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post #10 of 27 (permalink) Old 11-17-2008, 03:52 AM
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I use a leather leash. It's made locally by a guy that makes reins/bridles and such for horses. They come already soft, no need to work the stiffness out, which I love.

I also have a Flexi, but that is only used for outside bathroom breaks. No fenced yard.



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