Flexi Comfort Lead - Large Dog - 50kg - 8m long - Amazon £10.99
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Flexi Comfort Lead - Large Dog - 50kg - 8m long - Amazon £10.99

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Found 6th Mar 2013
£10.99 for the black one only - Free Delivery

Great price considering it's for a large 50kg dog - 8m aswell.

The same lead in the medium and small cost more.

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Is this not like they have in B and M for £3.99 I think that one even has a built in light. Just got my 1st dog and don't know if I should get one of these until I am use to getting him to return.

They have some in tk maxx with poop bag holder for £5.99.

shouldnt really ever get a flexi/extendable lead for any dog especially if they are big dogs. there just isnt the control you need when walking them. Trust me! I learned this the hard way having a gsd and still correcting some walking issues. Use a training lead, they can be found quite easily on ebay

gordie141

shouldnt really ever get a flexi/extendable lead for any dog especially … shouldnt really ever get a flexi/extendable lead for any dog especially if they are big dogs. there just isnt the control you need when walking them. Trust me! I learned this the hard way having a gsd and still correcting some walking issues. Use a training lead, they can be found quite easily on ebay



Agree, these are comedy leads for large dogs.

Great price! not a cheap copy, but the real thing. my old one, now has been in use for 31 (yes31, it is a 'hand me down' to my 3rd dog) years is just starting to fray and this new one is longer. Great product.

Mother's Day sorted.




Mother in law that is.

Agree with posters who say it's not a good idea. I have 9st rottie who isn't even 3yrs old i.e. just about fully grown. If I had him on this he would have dragged me halfway round the park. Best get a training lead or a halti for a large dog.

Can anyone suggest the best thing for me to get for a 12 week old Lab, never had a dog before so next week will be the 1st time walking a dog. Got one of those small leads, but want to be able to let him off the lead in the park with out him causing mayhem and not coming back.

Flexi leads are not a good idea - someone I know's dog got hit by a car while on one last week - dog went off in front of her and saw something across the street and ran straight across. For your lab take him to classes to socialise him and spend time training him - it's not a quick fix but like everything else with a puppy takes time and patience. Classes will show you how to use a long line safely in the park until his recall is good enough to be let off completely.

Hot from me. Been using one of these for my staffy mix for about a year with no problems. Gives her that extra bit of freedom. They work better with a harness than a collar as less chance of getting wrapped around dog if they are darting about. Just make sure the lock is on when near traffic and no harm will come to your pet.
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