Simplicity meets Functionality
Recognized by Modern Dog Magazine as a favorite product for 2017
The BALDY Leash is the most versatile and easy to use leash on the market with the intention to make your and your pup's life easier and safer. It is able to be used in 5 different ways easily and quickly for your convenience and your busy lifestyle in mind.
One leash can be used as a 4' ,5', or 6', Cross Body Leash (Handsfree) and a 2 dog leash.
We are all Unique with different needs and our pups are no different. When training or simply walking/running with your companion there are times where you want them right next to you for optimal control and safety and other times where you want to give them the space to venture out while remaining in complete control.
Other times you simply wish you had more hands so you could not only hold the leash but also push the stroller/ carry the groceries/ jogging etc...
We cannot stress the importance of safety enough! So while retractable leashes at first glance seem to be the best option for giving your pup space, they can be dangerous and potentially hurt you and your pup. (For more information Please Read Below the 10 Reasons why you should not use a Retractable Leash.)
BALDY is not only multifunctional but it also looks, feels and smells amazing! Yes you read right, it smells amazing!
The leather used is Vegetable Tanned Italian Leather that is velvety soft, durable and dyed with natural dyes derived from plants.
The Leather is Eco Friendly without the use of Chemicals unlike over 90% of most leather in the world today.
HUND's leather has a very luxurious feel comparable to the nicest leather jacket or purse. You and your your pup will look and feel amazing using this leash. Safety, Versatility, Comfort and Style all in one.
BALDY is available in four widths depending on the size of your dog and your preference. We suggest that very small to small dogs use 1/4" to 1/3" while medium dogs use 1/3" to 2/5" and large dogs a 1/2" thickness.
The thicker the lead the softer and more comfortable it feels for the owner.
10 Reasons Not to Use a Retractable Leash
1. The length of retractable leashes, some of which can extend up to 26 feet, allows dogs to get far enough away from their humans that a situation can quickly turn dangerous. A dog on a retractable leash is often able to run into the middle of the street, for example, or make uninvited contact with other dogs or people.
2. In the above scenario, or one in which your pet is being approached by an aggressive dog, it is nearly impossible to get control of the situation if the need arises. It's much easier to regain control of – or protect -- a dog at the end of a six-foot standard flat leash than it is if he's 20 or so feet away at the end of what amounts to a thin string.
3. The thin cord of a retractable leash can break – especially when a powerful dog is on the other end of it. If a strong, good-sized dog takes off at full speed, the cord can snap. Not only can that put the dog and whatever he may be chasing in danger, but also the cord can snap back and injure the human at the other end.
4. If a dog walker gets tangled up in the cord of a retractable leash, or grabs it in an attempt to reel in their dog, it can result in burns, cuts, and even amputation. In addition, many people have been pulled right off their feet by a dog that reaches the end of the leash and keeps going. This can result in bruises, "road rash," broken bones, and worse.
5. Dogs have also received terrible injuries as a result of the sudden jerk on their neck that occurs when they run out the leash, including neck wounds, lacerated tracheas, and injuries to the spine.
6. Retractable leashes allow dogs more freedom to pull at the end of them, which can look like aggression to another dog who may decide to "fight back."
7. The handles of retractable leashes are bulky and can be easily pulled out of human hands, resulting in a runaway dog.
8. Along those same lines, many dogs – especially fearful ones – are terrorized by the sound of a dropped retractable leash handle and may take off running, which is dangerous enough. To make matters worse, the object of the poor dog's fear is then "chasing" her, and if the leash is retracting as she runs, the handle is gaining ground on her – she can't escape it. Even if this scenario ultimately ends without physical harm to the dog (or anyone else), it can create lingering fear in the dog not only of leashes, but also of being walked.
9. Retractable leashes, like most retractable devices, have a tendency to malfunction over time, either refusing to extend, refusing to retract, or unspooling at will.
10. Retractable leashes are an especially bad idea for dogs that haven't been trained to walk politely on a regular leash. By their very nature, retractables train dogs to pull while on leash, because they learn that pulling extends the lead.
Simplicity meets Functionality This leash is perfect for leather lovers! It is made of two layers of leather. The interior is made of velvety soft vegetable...