Slip Leash

This is the way you should use a slip lead in order for it to be a safe and effective training tool.

A slip leash works by tightening when pressure is applied by either human or dog and loosens once the pressure goes away. The leash has to be put on correctly in order for gravity to be able to do its job. The way you put the lead on your dog depends whether they will train on the right or left side of your body.

For dogs who will train on the left side:
You will want to make a 'p' shape with the slip lead, then with your dog in front of you slip it over their head. Then tighten the tab to where the leash fits just under their chin and right behind the ears. Make sure the leash is loos enough to spin around but not so loose that it will slide out of place!

For dogs who will train on the Right:
You will want to make a 'q' shape with the slip lead, then with your dog in front of you slip it over their head. Then tighten the tab to where the leash fits just under their chin and right behind the ears. Make sure the leash is loos enough to spin around but not so loose that it will slide out of place!

It is important for the collar part of the lead to fit just under the chin and behind the ears because it protects your dogs throats, as well as requires less pressure for your dog to respond, since they are most likely used to wearing either a harness or flat collar.

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