Walky Dog Plus Hands Free Dog Bicycle Exerciser Leash 2015 Newest Model with 550-lbs pull strength Paracord Leash Military Grade
|Walky Dog Plus Hands Free Dog Bicycle Exerciser Leash 2015 Newest Model with 550-lbs pull strength Paracord Leash Military Grade|
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Stable - Fun! The Walky Dog dog bike leash lets you safely take your dog with you on bike rides. Now you can bring your best buddy along for the ride and maintain complete control; no more feeling guilty for leaving them at home. A bicycle dog leash is a great way to exercise your dog and release energy - especially for active dogs. The Walky Dog installs in just minutes and is incredibly easy to use. Its patented design includes an internal shock-absorbing system and quick lock and release capability for easy switching between bikes. For dogs shorter than 10" inches in Height we recommend the Walky Dog Low Rider. The Walky Dog Low Rider attachment allows you to attach your Walky Dog at a lower level of your bike like the rear wheel axel. This creates a lower center of gravity which many people prefer and also caters to those with shorter dogs 10" and under. It is a great accessory to have with your Walky Dog must order separate. The length is adjustable. When first using the walky dog the length is shorter as in training once everyone feels comfortable. Then unscrew the end off and pull one or two springs out this will allow a longer leash and more length. 22.5 inches is the length of the Steele wand to tip of clip that attaches to collar. You can gain an extra 6.5 inches by taking two springs out. Or if you want less then just take one spring out to allow for less length. The leash is now made of ParaCord 500lbs pull strength, military grade. Replacement leashes available as a separate item in Amazon. Low Rider accessory available as a separate item on Amazon recommended if you wish to Create a lower center of gravity which many people prefer, its great for shorter dogs and attaches to the rear wheel axel.
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