The comic appeal is undeniable. Fido excitedly wraps his flexi-leash round and round his owner’s legs, or maybe you prefer the Hollywood ending where guy meets girl because of Fifi’s uncanny ability to wrap her leash around the perfect two sets of legs. Whatever the scenario, adventure awaits when an impulsive or untrained dog is combined with a retractable leash. A flexi-leash can be a great option in the right situation. In choosing one for you consider the comfort and style of the handle, matching leash to dog and whether it has a good brake.
Six Color Options
This flexi-leash features an ergonomic grip with thumb-operated control. TUG
Because the handle is your point of contact with your dog, you’ll want to choose a handle that’s comfortable for you to use. This is particularly so with larger dogs and heavy pullers. Look for an ergonomic design, and proximity of control buttons for ease and comfort of use.
Match Flexi-Leash to Dog
This flexi-leash comes with everything you need to walk your pup. Ruff ‘n Ruffus
Many retractable leashes come in different sizes to match your dog’s size and energy level. Consider whether your dog is a chewer when selecting your leash. Look for a quality clip that will withstand your dog’s size and strength.
This flexi-leash features a one-hand control of the braking, releasing, and returning. Hertzko
The braking mechanism is a key feature of the retractable leash. It should lock firmly without slipping when engaged. Retractable leashes are typically designed to automatically retrieve when slack is applied. Some have a safety feature that prevents the leash from flying back into your face if the clip fails at your dog’s collar.