$1.29 to $12.99
Animal Control Leads
Extra strong, braided poly "ski type" rope slip style leads with nickel-plated steel ring for reduced friction. Easily slips over the head for instant control. Non-abrasive, soft pleasant texture. Good for all general leash purposes.
- Brand: Jeffers
- Type: Show & Slip Leads
I use these a lot. I also give to most of my clients. Very easy to use.
"Great for the money"
These are great . While not the type of lead you would use for long walks, it is perfect for a quick way to slip on a lead when needed. I also keep a couple in my car. You never know when you might need it.
These are a must have for anyone who fosters dogs in their homes. I also give them out to clients when I do a private dog training lesson. Easy, non-confrontational way to move dogs around.
"Love these dog leads!"
While these are not made to last long they do amaze me with the many uses I can find for them. I always keep a few on hand as emergency rope. Great for making a makeshift halter for the escaped horse. Works great as a dog lead, though those tiny dogs can slip the lead of you are not careful. Truly a cheap and handy item to have in your car or barn.
"Quick and easy lead, but..."
Quick and easy lead for a dog that is already leash-broke. Not for leash-breaking, as if dog fights it by biting at the leash, he will chew it in half in a heartbeat.
I find the lead quite stiff and not pliable enough for use with my small dogs.
"Animal Control dog leads"
Although these leads are of good quality they do not work well on small dogs. My dogs can slip the leads. I would like to see something in a flatter type lead and something that can be used on small dogs.
I use these quick slip on leads to load dogs into the car, walk them to their owners, walk pets to the dog shower, train them for quick correction!
"love these leads"
We keep one of these in the car and one by our front door. We live on the edge of town and people often abandon and drop dogs off with no collars or tags. Keeping one of these handy is nice for rounding up a stray until the local no kill shelter can swing by and pick it up.
Great for everyday use and control of pets. Inexpensive yet tough enough for the largest dog on my yard.