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Smile Leather is better!!

I used my Lupine leash for a long time. Once it finally got chewed, I didn't return it because it had lasted long enough for what I paid for it. A long time ago I had an old leather leash, but after losing that I never was able to find another one like it. I have a leash now from
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It's the Braided Leather Leash. It feels like it is old and broken in, but it is still new. It came that way.
I still use the flexi leash for going potty because I need something that extends over ten feet.
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I like the style with a "curb loop" (2nd loop closer to collar) -- keeps dog close when walking in crowds, etc.
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