When purchasing a leash, the size of your dog and the people handling him should be taken into consideration. I have seen too many people using the wrong leash when walking their dogs. Walking a dog with the wrong length and width dog leash will make the walk uncomfortable for your dog. It could also be a safety issue for both you and your dog. A taller person walking a medium-sized dog should use a longer dog leash so the leash will have enough slack to allow your dog room to enjoy the walk and short enough to keep him safe. A shorter person walking a large dog should use a short dog leash. A good example for medium dogs, between thirty and fifty pounds, being walked by a tall person, should use dog leash that is 6 feet by 3/4 inch wide. Dogs under thirty pounds should use a 1/2 inch leash, while dogs over fifty pounds should us a 1 inch dog leash.
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