January 24, 2019

In our line of work we deal with a lot of leashes. (Over 200 per day to be precise.) After time, like most things, leashes need to be replaced. Why? The leash clasps have a shelf-life just like any other item and can become worn and dangerous over time.

Last week Minder Shannon had TWO of her leashes malfunction. Shannon was able to quickly grab both dogs (two in one week!), but it could be tragic. Upon inspection both leashes exhibited the same problem. The "bar" was no longer aligned with the loop.

This is one of the more common leash failure issues a...

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