How do I use the carabiner?
Twist the lock clockwise and pull the lever to open. The carabiner will automatically lock when closed, keeping your dog safe and secure. It may seem difficult to use at first, but you will find it becomes easier to perform the action after some practice.
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What is the Adventure Leash/ Adventure Collar made of?
Our leash is made with a polyester webbing with a PVC coating that makes it more durable, waterproof, and easy to clean.
Is PVC safe for my pet?
Yes! Our PVC coating is safe for your pet. Although ingestion of any foreign material is not recommended, the Adventure Leash will not cause harm should your dog put it in his mouth. Should your dog ingest a large portion of the leash, contact your local vet, ingestion of foreign objects may cause obstruction.
Is my dog too small for the Adventure Leash?
Where are your leashes and collars made?
Every leash and collar is handcrafted in our Texas studio. We take the time to ensure the quality of our products and materials, because your dog deserves the best.
What does no stink mean?
Ever have a nylon webbing, rope, or leather leash turn grungy and smelly after getting wet? This is because traditional leashes can harbor mildew and mold, causing that yucky odor. Our Adventure Leash and Adventure Collars are waterproof and washable meaning they will never retain moisture or foul odors.
How long is the leash?
Our standard Adventure Leash is 6 feet in length, just enough room to let your dog explore. The Adventure Leash Shorty is 4 feet long, great for walks around the block or urban areas. The Adventure Leash Traffic Lead is 2 feet long, perfect for dogs in training or very high traffic areas. The Adventure Leash Mini is 5 feet long, a happy medium for puppies and small breeds. If you are looking for a custom length click here.
Adventure Collar Size Chart
How to Measure
Use a soft sided measuring tape to measure comfortably around your dog’s neck in the collar position. Take care not to pull the tape to tightly or leave it too loose. There is no need measure leaving space for two fingers, just measure comfortably. If your dog has neck flaps, be sure to lift them up and out of the way.
Have a collar that fits great? Use that to measure! For slide release buckle style collars, use a ruler or measuring tape to measure from the beginning of the material on the female buckle side to the tip of the male buckle side (fig. 1). For prong buckle style collars, measure from the beginning of the material to the hole that you use (fig. 2)
Fall Between Sizes?
It’s ok, it happens! Because our collars are made to order, we are happy to make a custom size for you. Check out our Custom Adventure Collar, we will fit your dog to the center hole so there is plenty of room on both sides for adjustment.