Pope- The last time I posted pictures of Mollie was right after I got her back from court. Then she was a fat fat dog. Now shes no longer fat, but pure, solid muscle. Shes gained weight (muscle weighs more than fat), and is about 50lbs. Its kinda weird because both dogs weigh the same (within ounces), but Rocky is still really slender.
Lord she is really cute! She looks so happy to be with you!!
Have to ask a question is that a leather leash I spy? I am having problems (very thin skin) tore the heck out of my hand when Rocky moved a little too fast and pulled the nylon(?) leash through my hand. Do you think the leather would work better and what length is good for a stroll 10 or 15'. Sorry, just had to know.
Yes, you saw correctly. My dogs both have rolled leather collars and leather leashes. With the rolled collars, I can attach a leash much easier, I don't have to clip it on the metal thingy. And I had to get a leather leash, Mollie pulls too much, and the nylon leashes always broke. I agree it will do better on your hands, but I do have to warn you, there was yellow dye on the soft part of the leather, and for weeks I couldn't figure why my hands were yellow (it does wash off). If you have problems with pulling, I would recommend a halti, with a harness they can pull harder, and collars often break from pulling. I'm not sure about exact length, but I'm 5'9, Mollies leash is longer than me, and she often gets tangled. Rockys is about 2ft shorter, and he doesn't get his feet tangled, so lets say go for a 4ft leash?
oh and leather leashes/collars can be quite pricey, but I will tell u that these have outlasted anyother type of collar/leash I have ever bought.