Sturdy and hardworking.
Made with earth friendly Hemp webbing, our hands free leash is one of the best pieces if dog gear you can add to your collection.
The unique design makes walking your dog so fun you will wonder how you ever lived without it. No annoying pulling, or lunging, or out of control dog antics. Just peaceful coffee filled relaxing walks. Well sort of.....dogs are still dogs!
The hands free leash has been designed with the flexibility to be worn comfortably around your hips or your waist. If you are having trouble with your dog pulling, or lunging, position the O ring over your tailbone, and adjust the leash length so your dog is walking beside or behind you. By practising in your yard or house first, your dog picks up on this new way of walking quickly and easily.
We're proud to post a review of our Hands Free Leash Set by famous dog bloggers Max and his human Aisha at, I Am Vancouver Dog. Find out what they thought of our product by clicking here!
Sturdy and hardworking.
I purchased this leash for my mom because I have one and I love it. She really enjoys the freedom of being hands free when she runs with her dog. I will continue to support this Canadian company. Great product.
Love Love this leash , very convenient to have your hands free for carrying items or keeping your hands warm. Also great to use for umbilical training for your dog. Wendy
Hi, I purchased your hands free leash today at the Pet Expo in beautiful Victoria, and while the theory behind it seemed sound I was still a bit skeptical. Well, after fidgeting with the buckles til I had the right fit for my hips and Kaeli's collar I gave it the first test. I took her out to her enclosed dogrun which is about 40X35ft, and began to walk "the grid". Initially she balked, then tried the "Ninja jump" complete with a lovely rotational spin, and I nearly lost my balance............nearly! I managed to recoup, and carried on with the training excercises I have been working on. It took about 3 minutes and it was like she just "got it" and began to walk where she should be. Not one to believe all miracles are attainable with this dog, I am beginning to think perhaps this is the answer to my prayers! After 10 more minutes outside, I took her in the house and began the same stuff as we had been doing outside.... walk forward... and when I stop she sits on my left flank and waits for the "let's go" to move forward again., I can't believe how easy this was, I hope that with continued practise I will feel confident enough to start taking her out in the 'hood again and not have to worry about her pulling my shoulder apart anymore. Thanks so much!!!! Follow Up from Princess..... I took Kaeli ( she's a pit/sharpei ) to Petsmart late this afternoon for our usual "visit", and I put the Jac Trac on her there to see how she'd react with all the other dogs and hubub. She is NOT a patient girl, and tried to go off and wander but of course she couldn't, and after 15 minutes of fighting with me and pulling in all directions she finally just gave up! I know this is going to take some time to finesse, as my lower back is a bit sore from it all, but with daily persistence I think this may just be the ticket. I'll keep you posted on our progress :) Princess--Victoria
It was so nice to meet you. I can not get over my new hands free leash, Brandi has really taken to it as well. i am really putting it through its pace's and will be writing a review soon. Thank you so much! James--Victoria