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Dog Leashes, Collars & Harnesses
Your dog loves to go for walks, but do you love to walk your dog? If you find yourself being dragged around by your curious four-legged friend, tied up in leash knots, it's probably time to start dog leash training. It may come as a surprise to puppy parents walking their dog for the first time, but dogs are not naturally leash trained. Your dog needs to learn to walk on the leash, and it's not always easy. Dogs are naturally faster than us and get excited when exploring the great outdoors.
Leash training teaches your puppy not to pull ahead of you or chase after you, even if there is something outside to keep him busy. Get help training your furry friend with dog collars, dog leashes or dog harnesses from Dogbox. Walking a large dog that is not on a leash can lead to accidents and injuries.
The Flexi training leash is a great training tool because it is easy to control. You can quickly and easily give your pup more leash or rein him in. To find the best dog training collar for your dog, consider how he responds to training, what factors motivate him, and what makes you feel most comfortable. On Dogbox, you'll find dog collars for barking, dog links, dog tags, leash training aids, and more. Find all the dog training equipment you need at Dogbox's online pet store, where you'll find the best dog supplies.
FAQs about Dog Collars, Harnesses, and Leashes
How many walks per day does a dog need?
There is no minimum requirement for the number of walks your dog needs per day. It depends on your dog's breed, age, size, and frequency of bathroom trips. Nevertheless, your dog will benefit both physically and mentally from a daily walk.
What are the best dog collars and leashes?
Which collar and leash are best for your dog depends on several factors, including your dog's breed, size, personality, and activity level. At Dogbox, we offer a range of collar and leash options for all types of dogs, from the very active to the leisurely lazy.
Are harnesses better than collars?
Not necessarily. Your dog may need a harness for a specific reason, such as a medical condition, a tendency to run after cats unexpectedly, or a senior who needs extra support. Whether your dog needs a harness or a leash depends on its specific needs. Talk to your vet if you're not sure what the best option is for your dog.