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Bare Bones: Get a Grip Leashes

People with pets who pull (mine included!) often get asked who's walking who on their daily jaunts about town. North may only weigh 16 lbs., but I think that's 16 lbs. of pure muscle! Getting a good grip on the leash can be a challenge – you want to securely hang on to your pooch, but also keep your skin from chafing in the process. When shopping for leashes, check if it's made of a strong material and has a comfortable handle for holding. I prefer leads with ergonomic grips, additional padding, or rubber handles like this Michael Graves Design leash – if walks are a breeze, chances are he'll get more time to experience that outside breeze! To see other comfortable leashes,


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Angelica Angelica 8 years
I'm totally into the Michael Graves Design the Xtreme one looks like something to workout with. Then again, who says walking your dog can't be a workout.
Rachel419 Rachel419 8 years
Thanks for the tips! My dog pulls a lot even though she's small.
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