Real Customer Reviews
Posted by Susanne CattteSusierson
I love this lease, it is light weight, strong and easy to grip at any length. It is great for training and the light weight means that it is not heavy for the dog to drag around before he is trustworthy enough to be lead free or somewhere where the distractions are high. It is also a good length for recall training.
Posted by Pound puppy Mum
I am starting to train a two year rescue dog. The Track n train Leash is proving an asset in giving her freedom but allowing me to quickly bring her back when I need to. She is tiny, a Chihuahua cross/Jack Russell but the leash doesn't inhibit her in any way. The grip is good as well. I have been able to slow her by putting my foot on the leash as well. A good purchase.
Posted by Tracey
I Have been using a retractable lead which is hard to pull up our 40kg
German Shepherd if fully extended, the Tack n Train lead is so easy to hold because
it has rubber grip all the way along the lead and also has a hole to put your hand through when you need that extra grip, i was also impressed how light it is. Love it
Posted by Karen
This is the BEST product I think I have ever purchased for my dog! My 18 month old, 46kg ridgeback X mastiff and I frequently walk on a bush track used by other dog owners, joggers and bike riders. Unfortunately she is thrilled by the movement of the joggers and bike riders and, once she has spotted a moving object, will chase it and neither come, sit, wait nor leave it!!! The trailing lead gives me the opportunity to either catch her before she takes off OR quickly retrieve her and reinforce the "DON'T CHASE" message, once she has bailed up the source of her fascination. I am now confident that she will very quickly learn not to chase, while still having the freedom to explore off lead. It attaches beautifully to her Waggle ruffwear harness at both the back attachment point, to keep it out of her way, or the front attachment point, to give me more control if I need it. The lead has never yet been caught around rocks or bushes and the mud, which she regularly bathes in, easily washes out with a quick rinse in a bucket when we get home. I wish we had discovered this brilliant device months ago.
Posted by Janet Mears
As we have two dogs, this lead is wonderful to let the dogs play together in the park, without worry of hurting or troubling other dogs, as can manage there play together a lot better. They play fight a lot, as one of our dogs is 14 months old and deaf, he is kept on the lead, as if he decides to chase a leaf or a bird, he cannot hear to come back. He is learning with sign language, and a lot of treats.
Posted by T.Short
Great product. Strong enough for my Labrador and light enough for my Jack Russell!
Posted by Liz Murray
Having recently adopted 2 adult English Setters, the EzyDog Track n Train Leash has been incredibly useful in developing the dogs' recall. It is easy to use and effective - in the past I had a retractable leash that I accidentally grabbed while my deaf Great Dane ran off - unfortunately I was the one who ended up with considerable friction burns and a hospital visit while she was none the wiser! The EzyDog Track n Train Leash, with it's grip along the length of the leash is much more comfortable!
Posted by Joshua B
Super great. Very happy with the lead. It has a great grip so it won't hurt your hands. Good quality too gonna last for years and years if not decades.
Posted by Susan Coles
Molly and I found the lead great to train with ,Molly can be left at a distance before I call her, Molly finds it light and mum finds it easy to hang onto excellent quality I think I have just about everything I need for my puppy classes, mum is happy she found Waggles to buy from. Also I think mum should have the clicker on her arm I know when I hear it and respond mum might give me a treat.
Posted by Julian
Love it. Perfect for training our large and slow to learn recall mutt. The lack of a loop handle at the end of the leash is not an issue, as it is super grippy. It has also been great for increasing exercise where he's had to stay on leash.