- Order number: 39471
The FREESTYLE Retriever leash is flexible over its full length. In other words, it isn't just the collar which is adjustable on this leash, but the length of the leash itself. The soft and simultaneously hard-wearing rope with polyamide core also makes this leash extremely low maintenance. The collar on the FREESTYLE Retriever leash can be adjusted exactly as desired using the slider and stop ring. This means you can prevent the collar from being pulled too tight, while also stopping your dog from inadvertently slipping the collar off, because the collar will only open as wide as you determine. In addition, with the FREESTYLE Retriever leash you can also adjust the length of the leash itself. The special slider is infinitely adjustable so the carabiner can be hooked in to the desired position. Not only does the polyamide rope used in the FREESTYLE Retriever leash look great, it is also pleasantly soft to hold - and particularly robust. The material is weatherproof and so can withstand sun, rain, cold and heat even with daily use.
- leash with integrated collar
- collar stepless adjustable
- leash stepless adjustable
- rope made of durable polyamide
- leather caps
- easy care
- Uppers: Rope/ Nylon
Measure the circumference of your dog’s neck (A) by placing a flexible tape measure around the middle of the neck. The tape measure should be tight but not restrict your dog. Leave approximately one finger’s breadth between the tape measure and your dog. Because the specifications for adjusting our various collars usually overlap slightly, you do not necessarily have to use the first or last hole to guarantee an optimal fit. Should the circumference of the neck of your dog be at the upper end of the measurements specified then you can alternatively choose the next larger size. This is especially recommended for dogs that are still growing.
Our collar sizes (e.g. size. 30) relate to the total length of the material used without taking the buckle and the fastener into consideration. It should be noted that when considering the range of adjustments the first value relates to the smallest and the second value to the largest adjustment possible.