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- Friction long line
Friction long line
Friction long line
This long line provides your dog with freedom to move through the terrain. A long line is also helpful in building good habits for off-leash walking.
The Friction long line is lightweight and easy to handle. The line glides easily through the terrain without getting tangled. The rubber inserts provide you with excellent grip in all conditions. The webbing performs well in water.
We have chosen durable materials that can withstand wear and tear caused by contact with the ground and vegetation. The stitching is reinforced with Hypalon, which can also be found at the end of the line to make it easy to feel when you run out of line.
The Friction long line is equipped with a Twistlock carabiner that locks automatically. This keeps your dog secure at all times. The swivel rotates to prevent the line from twisting.
The bright orange color provides visibility. The Friction long line is available in one length; 10 meters/32,9 feet.
Also works well for
- Polyester webbing with rubber inserts
- Hypalon reinforcement
- Twistlock carabiner
- Length: 10 m/32,9 feet
- Width: 20 mm
- Weight: 10 m = 314g
- Color: Orange
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What is a long line for dogs?
What length should a long line for dogs be?
How to use a long line in dog training?
When training with a long line, it is recommended to use a harness rather than a collar to minimize the risk of injury in case of sudden pulls. The Line harness 5.0 , for example, is equipped with a dedicated leash attachment point for a long line.
When tracking, the handler usually wants contact with their dog when working. For dog training, however, a long line is typically used to practice skills you need when your dog is running off-leash, such as recalls, heeling and stay. To practice these skills, the line should be loose so that your dog hardly notices they are attached.
You can let the line slide through the hand closest to your dog and use the other hand to softly adjust the distance and tension. By using both hands it is easier to stop your dog without any sudden pulls, and it also decreases the risk of losing the line.