Mendota Trainer Dog Check Cord

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30ft x 3/8in

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50ft x 3/8in

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Product Summary:

Trainer Check Cord by Mendota®

The Mendota® Trainer Dog Check Cord is constructed of the same multifilament polypropylene roping used in all of Mendota's products. These check cords are UV-coated to protect against decay and fading, and are gentle on your hands. They are the professional's choice for training to come on command and reteiving to hand.

Item Specifications:

Sizes:
30' x 3/8"
50' x 3/8"

Color:
Orange

Style Item Number Model Number UPC
30ft x 3/8in Orange 492387 030 ORG 04306 793721043059
50ft x 3/8in Orange 492387 050 ORG 04 5 06 793721045053
Additional Information:
Legal Disclaimer - This product contains chemicals known to the State of California to cause cancer and birth defects or other reproductive harm. For more information, go to www.p65warnings.ca.gov.

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For training purposes. I WOULD PREFER BLACK!
Arron D on Oct 17, 2016
For training purposes. I WOULD PREFER BLACK!
Arron D on Oct 17, 2016
i chose this item to train my dog on how to track scents
karl b on Nov 2, 2015
i chose this item to train my dog on how to track scents
karl b on Nov 2, 2015
Did you have a leash that my dog would not be able to pull me?
A shopper on Mar 25, 2015
BEST ANSWER: I used this leash in training my puppy to recall (come back to me). You would not use this as a regular leash. If your dog is pulling, it sounds like you need to get some training. A pinch collar (used correctly) can stop the pulling, but it is best to work with a trainer.