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British Style Slip Lead - 4' x 3/8"

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Product Summary:

British Style Slip Lead - 3/8" x 6'

MENDOTA - Matching Leash and Lead for exercise and training whether walking in the park or field.  Leash and collar in one design allows for correction and easy use.  Adjustable leather slide eliminates slipping off, yet releases properly in relaxed position.  Handy for exercise or breezing out at rest stops.
Style Item Number Model Number UPC
Amber P01035 AMB 02546 793721025468
Amethyst P01035 AME 02547 793721025475
Jade P01035 JAD 02548 793721025482
Mocha P01035 MOC 02536 793721025369
Pink/Chocolate P01035 PKC 02538 793721025383
Ruby P01035 RUB 02549 793721025499
Sapphire P01035 SAP 02550 793721025505
Seafoam Green P01035 SEA 02537 793721025376
Woodlands P01035 WOO 02540 793721025406

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I'm looking to use something other than the pinch collar I have been using for control on my dog when she gets excited while walking her. She walks very well until she sees another dog and gets excited and agitated at times. Can you recommend a collar?
A shopper on May 25, 2017
BEST ANSWER: Hello! This will tighten around the neck a little more which will give you control, however, as far as enough control to restrain her during her excited periods we can not guarantee that. You may consider seeing a dog trainer, they can help you to help rein her reactions in so that she is not so worked up.