Things to Keep in Mind When Using the Leash

When using a leash to keep your dog secure, make sure that you follow these guidelines:

-Choose the right type of leash for your dog. A retractable leash is ideal for smaller dogs, while a cable tie or regular strap leash is better for larger dogs. Make sure to keep the length of the leash in check so that it's not too long or too short, and avoid using a choke chain or annuals as leashes.  You can buy a retractable dog leash through

-Use a loose lead when walking your dog in open areas. This will give them some space to move around and avoid getting tangled up in objects or other dogs. If your dog gets too close to traffic or other dangerous areas, use a tight lead to keep them close by.

-Always keep a close eye on your dog when they're wearing a leash. If they start to get out of control, take the leash off immediately and correct them calmly. If needed, call upon other members of the family or neighbors to help restrain your pet. If possible, have a second person on hand to help corral them into an area where you can correct them in order to prevent further damage

.-If your dog is a biter, or getting out of control, it's best to go with another color other than black. Small dogs, especially those with shorter muzzles tend to be more aggressive and the black leash might be mistaken for something more dangerous than it really is. Just be careful, and keep your dog on a leash when out in public

.-If you have a dog that's afraid of other dogs, or if he's aggressive towards other animals or people, there are several basic rules that can help him overcome his fears. Provide him with plenty of confidence-building rewards and make sure he sees your dog act normally around other animals and people.

Also, try to give him lots of praise whenever he greets another animal or person. However, do not allow the dog to play too aggressively with your neighbors' pets because this could lead to fights.