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Dog running lead

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Oct 2019
5:15pm, 19 Oct 2019
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Cotty67
I have a 13 month old cocker spaniel and have just started taking him out once a week just for about 2 miles. He is no good off the lead to run and at the moment he is just on his retractable lead. Can anyone recomend a good lead for running with probably hands free. He is very strong, don't know if that would make a difference to what kind of lead. Thanks in advance.
Oct 2019
10:13am, 20 Oct 2019
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Cotty67
Any dog runners ?
Oct 2019
10:50am, 20 Oct 2019
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Ness
I can’t help I’m afraid. There must be someone though.
Oct 2019
11:13am, 20 Oct 2019
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swittle
Any help?

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Oct 2019
11:32am, 20 Oct 2019
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Cotty67
Great thanks, do you use one yourself ?
Oct 2019
11:35am, 20 Oct 2019
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swittle
No! Greeting dogs out walking is my limit. I heard about Canicross a few years ago during Marcothon - running every day in December. Running with dog(s) with harness & lead is popular in Scotland.

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