Friday, December 20, 2013

Ed & Tess's Favorite Things: Petco Sport Dog 4' Leashes

Several months ago, we found these leashes during a trip to Petco.  Our previous 6’ leashes definitely got the job done, but I was finding that the hard edges hurt my hands when I gripped them (especially if Edi decided he didn’t walk to walk nicely!)

The 4’ length is perfect because not only does it give us more control over where the pooches are, we very rarely ever used 6’ worth of leash!  The extra length really just became a burden, especially since Edi is double leashed.

The leash itself is soft (no hard nylon edges!), and the handle has even extra cushion.  There is also a built in traffic leash for extra control that we use very frequently.  They come in 4 colors: red, purple, green, and teal.

What kind of leash do you walk your pooches on?

We were not compensated in any way for this post.  We just like sharing products that we truly love.


  1. A 4' leash would be much better than the 6' leash that we use. I walk my dog, Luigi, right at my side so a 6' leash is too long. A 4' leash is a great idea!

    1. We've had good success with the 4' leash, for sure! We never ended up using the extra 2 feet and usually got tangled up in it! Let us know what you think if you try it out!

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