Mendota Products Trainer 30 Check Cord Dog Lead, Orange, 3/8-Inch x 30-Feet

April 6, 2015 - Comment

The Mendota Product Check Cord dog leads are constructed of the same multifilament polypropylene roping used in all Mendota’s products. These trainers are UV coated to protect against decay and fading, and are gentle on your hands. They are the professional’s choice for training to come on command and retrieving to hand. Great for in-field

The Mendota Product Check Cord dog leads are constructed of the same multifilament polypropylene roping used in all Mendota’s products. These trainers are UV coated to protect against decay and fading, and are gentle on your hands. They are the professional’s choice for training to come on command and retrieving to hand. Great for in-field or at-home training. They are waterproof and feature all-brass hardware. Mendota Products offers today’s dog owners, trainers and handlers the finest accessories available at a moderate price. Handcrafted “Made in the USA” construction, using only the finest materials, ensures premium performance.

Product Features

  • Waterproof check cord dog lead
  • Professionals choice for training to come on command
  • Features all-brass hardware
  • UV coated to protect against decay and fading
  • Made of multifilament polypropylene roping

Comments

shoogle13 says:

Indispensible My dog isn’t the greatest listener, despite lots of training, and has some issues with people, so she’s always attached to this thing when we’re on the trail, even if no one’s around. Yes it’s a pain in the butt for both of us sometimes because she gets tangled and ties knots around branches here and there, but I can stop her in her tracks if anyone’s coming up the trail or if she gets it in her head to chase a bear cub or something, simply by standing on it (I’m 160 lbs, she’s 60 lbs). The dog…

InfectedAirsoft says:

Not bad, smells horrible Bought this more to let my dog run around with me in a nonfenced yard than for actual field work. The rope is decent quality and the stitching seems good. I wish the clasp had a bit more aggressive spring to hold it shut, but I don’t think it’s going to give out on me. The real problem is the fact that the rope smells HORRIBLE. I washed it, air dried it, and it still smelled. Washed it with some detergent, and the smell was still there. Nothing I can do will get rid of the smell which…

Keith M Mason says:

Exactly as is states 0

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