Amazon.com.au:Customer reviews: Petbobi 30 Feet Tie Out Cable Chew- Proof Dog Stake with Durable Spring Rust- Proof Training Tether Reflective Training Pet Lead Great for Playing, Camping and Backyard (Blue)
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Great for the out for training, however my 50 pound Plot hound (puppy) can pull it out of the ground, however as you should Never leave your pet unsupervised on any tie out it has been ok. I think this size would better used for smaller dogs . Regardless please use a halter and possibly a bungee attachment to halter . I have found it safer than than putting pressure on the neck. Amazon has all of these products, well made and at a lower price than any I have found. Keep your puppy safe.
Love this product, it does exactly what it's supposed to. I use it when we go camping for my 110 lb doberman. It's secure, no issues and the swivel system keeps him from getting it wrapped or tangled. 100% recommend.
The Good: The cable is good in that it doesn't get tangled or crimped on itself and the spring compression takes out some of the initial shock. Construction seems solid and the length of the stake seems adequate, even for a large dog. The Not-So-Good: I was hoping this would be a good alternative to me standing outside with the dog all the time. We have a 9-month-old 60-lb labradoodle. Given that she is very excited to see everyone, she stressed this cable to its limit. She darted about half the distance of the cable, and when she came to the end, pulled the end of the cable out of the swage nearest the collar, and ran to the neighbor. An inspection of the break showed that the crimping process was minimal. I went to Home Depot and bought some 1/8" cable fasteners and put two on each end. So far, that has done the trick.
We LOVE going camping and love letting the dogs have their own way around the campsite. Unfortunately, a lot of campsites actually require us to keep them on leash. This allows us to stake down and "leash" them - while not fully giving them the complete roam around. The dogs appreciate still being able to walk some feet away and we are able to enjoy our beers without having to worry about them making it to the other campsite. Worth it!
This is perfect for my dog. I wanted to take her with us to places that did not necessarily allow dogs off the leash, so this was perfect. The leash is hard to unravel but that’s typical with this type of material. I thought that maybe I’d want a longer leash before ordering, but this is the perfect balance of her freedom and also keeping her close by.
30 feet dog tie out I have an eight month Old lab that does not like to stay in the fenced in area in my front yard so I got to stay out so I could put him outside and he can enjoy the outside and I do not have to worry about him jumping over the fence this is a very nice heavy duty dog tie out it is very sturdy and I do not have to worry about him ever pulling out of the ground because it fits tightly in the ground there is a nice the cable on it it is a very well excellent quality dog tie out
The leash is actually really long, which I love. We transfer this whenever we go places, so it gets tangled - a lot. However, my mother in law ran it over with a lawn mower and it's still going strong haah
The cable pulled apart from the metal crimp/buckle the first day we used it. We put a new metal crimp on the cable to keep it together and then the cable snapped. This cable is rated for up to 120-pound dog and we used it on a 50-pound puppy.