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Mendota Slip Dog Lead

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Product Summary:

Slip Dog Lead by Mendota®
 
The Mendota® Slip Dog Lead is hand crafted in the USA.
This combination leash and collar in one is great for training!
Made of waterproof, colorfast, durable multi-filament polypropylene solid core roping features all brass hardware and oil tanned leather splices. Unique leash and collar in one is designed for easy correction while walking, exercising or training.
Slip Leads have an adjustable oil tanned leather slide to prevent lead from slipping off.
Soft on the hands with its “Broken in Feel” right from the start.
 
Sizes:
4' x 3/8"
6' x 1/2"
 
Colors:
Red
Blue
Black
Hunter Green
Camo
Purple
Black Confetti (6' only)
Purple Confetti (6' only)
Raspberry (Confetti) (6' only)*
 
Please note that if you choose the Raspberry color in the drop down, you will receive the Raspberry Confetti color shown in the swatch. 
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for his training
Robert C on Apr 16, 2017
to donate to BARCS
Jessica B on Mar 29, 2017
This was a specific item requested by a local animal shelter.
Bonnie S on Mar 30, 2017
Really like over any other dog lead.
CAROLE K on Mar 15, 2017
What's the difference between the mendota slip lead and the mendota british slip lead?
A shopper on Oct 3, 2014
Mendota Slip Dog Lead 6ft x 1/2in Raspberry
Mendota Slip Dog Lead 6ft x 1/2in Raspberry
Mendota British Slip Lead - 6' 6ftX1/2in Woodlands
Mendota British Slip Lead - 6' 6ftX1/2in Woodlands
Best Answer: As far as I know, there is no difference. Mendota is a brand-name, while "British slip lead" is the term used for a leash that tightens around a dog's neck when pulled but that has a "stopper" (a little leather tab on these leashes) to prevent the leash from loosening and accidentally slipping off of the dogs' head.
Reply · Report · Amber R on Oct 3, 2014
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Is this lead for large dogs?
A shopper on May 4, 2017
Best Answer: Yes, this lead is effective for large dogs. I use this size for walking dogs at the shelter where I volunteer. We have dogs as large as 130 lbs in all breeds. Some are very strong pullers and these leashes are perfect. I also use these to walk my own dogs. These Mendota slip leads are the best in the market.
Reply · Report · Debra C on May 5, 2017
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Is this made of rope or nylon?
Kristi G on Aug 24, 2016
Best Answer: Made of waterproof, colorfast, durable multi-filament polypropylene solid core roping features all brass hardware and oil tanned leather splices.
Reply · Report · Samantha PStaff on Aug 25, 2016
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Can someone tell me why these are any different than any other choke collar?
Kathrine D on Jun 1, 2015
Best Answer: They have a leather tab that you slide down to keep it taut around the dog's neck-- acting like a collar. . Some slip leads will loosen when the leash is slack, and a dog can back out of the leash. I also like the Medota because of how it feels in my hand. I use it at the shelter where I volunteer as a dog walker because many of the dogs don't have a collar, or one that's ill-fitting.
Reply · Report · Kathy P on Jun 1, 2015
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