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    Those two dogs are in for a surprise

    I have been taking them both for walks with separate leashes...well no more!



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    Let us know how it works...I have been curious about these!!

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    Will do!

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    Good luck with that.

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    I'm curious too!
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    I use a similar one for M&J only you can adjust separate lengths...longer for Mitzi who walks on the outside.

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    Quote Originally Posted by mitziandjudysmom View Post
    I use a similar one for M&J only you can adjust separate lengths...longer for Mitzi who walks on the outside.
    That's what I do when we have Lucy too. Bauer likes to walk right next to me (he would walk on my feet if I let him). So his is short and Lucy's is long so she can be on the outside.
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    That's what I have for the pugs. I LOVE it. No more tangled leashes.

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    Years ago I bought a good, old fashioned coupler to walk Mick and which ever dog I was babysitting (camp director's yellow Lab, friend's Golden or another friend's Rottweiler). I found it much easier to use two leashes. Then again, I had so many years of practice using two leashes, maybe that was why (I used to walk our Siberian/GSD mix with the Golden all the time).

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