A GOOD Hands Free Leash
What do I mean by a good one? Well, there are many hands free leashes available, especially through Amazon. However, having tested many of these leashes, I can tell you that they are abundant in flaws. A few of the issues I’ve run into with these leashes include:
- Leash length is too long and either drags on the ground or gets hung up on your leg or the dog’s leg.
- Not adjustable enough to fit properly on your waist and falls off or moves around too much.
- Only made for dogs that are on-leash the whole time (aka, you have to hold the leash in your hand if your dog is ever allowed off leash).
- The buckles are free floating and spin around on our waist which is both an annoying feeling and causes placement issues with your dog.
The leash I now use is from Pimped Out Pup; it’s made of biothane and is very customizable to fit all of my needs.