Flexi Comfort Long 3 Rope Retractable Lead for Dog, 8m - £10.19 Del @ Amazon
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Flexi Comfort Long 3 Rope Retractable Lead for Dog, 8m - £10.19 Del @ Amazon

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Found 28th Jun 2013
Was looking for a sturdy 8m lead for a German Shepard and came across this on Amazon. Seems to be just the red ones with this discount on Amazon.
I have this lead already in black for my Husky and it's lasted me years without any issues. Very comfortable and strong, and cost me more than this originally.

EDIT: Updated price, couple of quid more from Amazon directly now, but still about half the price you'd usually pay.

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thx op just ordered another for the Chap on right. Just in at 45.6 Kg

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Edited by: "Bumpydog" 28th Jun 2013

45KG WHAT A FAT KNACKER! My prize boxer dog, Big Ron, weighs in at 35kg!

I love it when people ask "Does he bite?" to which the reply is "Fella he will eat ya then fetch me whats left" he don't get patted much now!

ALSO bargain bought two! Postage is a bit steep but for this quality it is worth it overall, thanks OP and heat added!

Perfect for our Golden lab.
Thanks OP

great price usally 20 quid plus in shops, ordered one. Thanks - Heat added

Dog on the right looks like Vinnie Jones

Bumpydog

thx op just ordered another for the Chap on right. Just in at 45.6 Kg



I bought mine from Ebay last year and paid more than this. I have a large 30kg lab. Very Good quality product and a bargain

If people trained their dogs properly they wouldn't need these stupid extendable leads.

got one for the wife. stop her getting lost in shopping centres

Outerspace80

If people trained their dogs properly they wouldn't need these stupid … If people trained their dogs properly they wouldn't need these stupid extendable leads.



So you could train it to stop at the park gates as your only allowed in with a lead??


My dogs partially blind so runs after other people thinking its me... I prefer to have him on a lead

Outerspace80

If people trained their dogs properly they wouldn't need these stupid … If people trained their dogs properly they wouldn't need these stupid extendable leads.



I don't think this is a productive input to the conversation, only my opinion, I use these leads so my dog can have a little more freedom in places where it is not appropriate for the dog to be off a lead. You can train a dog all you want but as soon as it is off the lead you have no control, even well train dogs can bolt or worse, dogs are dogs at the end of the day, this applies to ALL BREEDS!

Outerspace80

If people trained their dogs properly they wouldn't need these stupid … If people trained their dogs properly they wouldn't need these stupid extendable leads.



OMG!

Bumpydog

thx op just ordered another for the Chap on right. Just in at 45.6 Kg

Wow,and I thought my Bully was big at 30kg !! Great price for lead,ordered.
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Edited by: "toddy888" 29th Jun 2013

Ordered, excellent price. Not much stock left from original seller

Sold out from that seller but still available for £10.19 from Amazon themselves.

Original Poster

Updated OP, glad it's been useful to you guys

I would not recommend using this type of lead to walk your dog on a regular basis. However it can be useful in certain circumstances and used as a training tool. You can have your dog off the lead and still be in control, though trust must be developed between the handler and dog . Anyone that has any problems walking their dog either on / off lead please feel free to contact me. Great pictures of the bulls.

Outerspace80

If people trained their dogs properly they wouldn't need these stupid … If people trained their dogs properly they wouldn't need these stupid extendable leads.


Please stay in Outer space.....

Original Poster

There are plenty of circumstances where an extendable lead is a good idea. For me peace of mind if the field I'm walking in is near a busy road or railway is one. But also as the owner of a Husky with typical Husky traits, walking him off the lead is not an option, and the vast majority of Husky owners/breeders/club suggest never letting them off the lead, no matter how well trained they are - the flight instinct being too great.

Heat added, nice find ordered one for my black Lab

toddy888

Wow,and I thought my Bully was big at 30kg !! Great price for … Wow,and I thought my Bully was big at 30kg !! Great price for lead,ordered.


This is the gang 2are 45 kg +

Your text here

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Edited by: "Bumpydog" 29th Jun 2013

5m is £2.99 & B&M

I use an extendable lead on my trained Jack Russell! I find it easier, especially if I have 1 kid on a bike and I'm trying to control them, stops the dog getting tangled. Recall trained and as vicious as a bag of cotton wool! Dogs are dogs! Just like kids, its how you raise them!

Good leads and guess what ? You don't HAVE to extend it !!!! I prefer the ribbon type to the cord after my daughter got caught up in a cord and it burned the back of her legs.

Bumpydog

This is the gang 2are 45 kg +Your text here

All gorgeous and I see they have taken over the sofa,mine has as well,unique personalities these Bullies.

toddy888

All gorgeous and I see they have taken over the sofa,mine has as … All gorgeous and I see they have taken over the sofa,mine has as well,unique personalities these Bullies.



Erm, gorgeous, No, you need spec savers, They lie anywhere they want and I have no life. She said ooh, ohh, I'm helping out a BT rescue, that con trick was played out four times. The kid has said mum this is too much, she said well get a flat then....

Bumpydog

Erm, gorgeous, No, you need spec savers, They lie anywhere they want and … Erm, gorgeous, No, you need spec savers, They lie anywhere they want and I have no life. She said ooh, ohh, I'm helping out a BT rescue, that con trick was played out four times. The kid has said mum this is too much, she said well get a flat then....

Yes,if you don't want your life being taken over completely then steer clear of English Bull Terriers. Lol.

toddy888

Yes,if you don't want your life being taken over completely then steer … Yes,if you don't want your life being taken over completely then steer clear of English Bull Terriers. Lol.


Are you sure yours is only 30kg?, as our little one on the right (looks like a rat) is 22 kg

Edited by: "Bumpydog" 29th Jun 2013

The ideal accessory for those that want to stand gassing at one side of a path while their mut is in the bushes on the other side.
Makes for an interesting dynamic when you add a 30KPH cyclist into the mix.

Bumpydog

Are you sure yours is only 30kg?, as our little one on the right (looks … Are you sure yours is only 30kg?, as our little one on the right (looks like a rat) is 22 kg

Yes,weighed him at the vets.The vet said he's too fat so he's on a diet now to get down to 26kg.

Bumpydog

Are you sure yours is only 30kg?, as our little one on the right (looks … Are you sure yours is only 30kg?, as our little one on the right (looks like a rat) is 22 kg

People say Bull Terriers are stupid but how many other dogs drive their own car.:p
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dezbryson

I would not recommend using this type of lead to walk your dog on a … I would not recommend using this type of lead to walk your dog on a regular basis. However it can be useful in certain circumstances and used as a training tool. You can have your dog off the lead and still be in control, though trust must be developed between the handler and dog . Anyone that has any problems walking their dog either on / off lead please feel free to contact me. Great pictures of the bulls.



Problem, piggin problem is keepin the wife off the BT sites......oO
And welcome to the site ...
Edited by: "Bumpydog" 29th Jun 2013

toddy888

Wow,and I thought my Bully was big at 30kg !! Great price for … Wow,and I thought my Bully was big at 30kg !! Great price for lead,ordered.



Julius K9 harnesses are the dogs b******s! My Staffie has 2, one for the summer and one for the winter. Cant recommend them enough, and the one for the winter even has an attachment for a torch which comes in handy when the dark nights draw in. Just my personal opinion, but these are a lot better for the dog compared to using the standard collars. Anyway, sorry to go off subject a bit

Graham1979

ALSO bargain bought two! Postage is a bit steep but for this quality it … ALSO bargain bought two! Postage is a bit steep but for this quality it is worth it overall, thanks OP and heat added!




Postage is a bit steep???????, I don't understand as it is free super saver delivery I have just ordered one and it was £10.19 all in......

GodVilla

Julius K9 harnesses are the dogs b******s! My Staffie has 2, one for the … Julius K9 harnesses are the dogs b******s! My Staffie has 2, one for the summer and one for the winter. Cant recommend them enough, and the one for the winter even has an attachment for a torch which comes in handy when the dark nights draw in. Just my personal opinion, but these are a lot better for the dog compared to using the standard collars. Anyway, sorry to go off subject a bit

Agreed,this harness is the best thing I've bought for my Bullie,they are used worldwide by police and military for crowd control,riots etc.

POWYSWALES

Postage is a bit steep???????, I don't understand as it is free super … Postage is a bit steep???????, I don't understand as it is free super saver delivery I have just ordered one and it was £10.19 all in......

This post by the OP was originally for an Amazon seller at a lower price but with postage which is what people were commenting on,it quickly sold out and next best price was from Amazon with free delivery.

GodVilla

Julius K9 harnesses are the dogs b******s! My Staffie has 2, one for the … Julius K9 harnesses are the dogs b******s! My Staffie has 2, one for the summer and one for the winter. Cant recommend them enough, and the one for the winter even has an attachment for a torch which comes in handy when the dark nights draw in. Just my personal opinion, but these are a lot better for the dog compared to using the standard collars. Anyway, sorry to go off subject a bit

As you mentioned the K9 as being a great piece of kit can I also recommend the ball in Kai's mouth,its called Chuckit ultra ball,also bought from Amazon,it's the only ball he hasn't been able to destroy,he loves it and it has saved me a fortune on tennis balls that last seconds.If you haven't tried them for your staffies then I can't recommend them highly enough.


Edited by: "toddy888" 29th Jun 2013

Outerspace80

If people trained their dogs properly they wouldn't need these stupid … If people trained their dogs properly they wouldn't need these stupid extendable leads.



Are you on spacecakes? I suspect a jogger or cyclist wrote this crap.

The heavier the dog the less control you shall have if they are untrained as the weight/lead is in the centre of the dog so it feels like big game fishing if they chase something.

Are these actually any good, as in reliable not to break when tugged? My 25kg Staff is great off his lead when there are no other animals around, if I turn and walk away he bounds after me. Having him off lead is the only real way to let him run and expend some energy but it just isnt safe enough.

I want something where he can run but I've still got control, so is this gonna break if he did try to bolt? Or if I needed to reel him in...?

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