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Why is it necessary to tie a leash to the dog when walking the dog?

We should have heard many times that when going out with a dog, a dog must be tied to a leash! In fact, the leash is not a restraint to the dog as some owners think. It is a symbol of civilized dog breeding, and it is also a safety belt for dogs in public places!

2021/06/04

 We should have heard many times that when going out with a dog, a dog must be tied to a leash! 

There are some owners who disagree with the dog leash, they have various reasons to refute the leash for the dog. The most common ones are "My dog is obedient, and I will come back as soon as I call it" and "The dog should be unfettered. Leashing it will only make it uncomfortable."

Some owners will use "My dog doesn't like a leash, and he won't go after he is tied" as an excuse. 

In fact, the leash is not a restraint to the dog as some owners think. It is a symbol of civilized dog breeding, and it is also a safety belt for dogs in public places!




Do you really understand the importance of a dog with a leash?


1. Protect the safety of dogs

Public places have a strong openness, and people and things appearing in these environments are often random. This is true even in places where you take a walk every day.

Dogs are often very curious about new things when they go for a walk, and they want to smell and taste whatever they see. There are some unsafe factors. The dog leash can ensure that the owner can supervise the dog's behavior and keep it away from the "danger zone." 

Dogs that are not on a leash are facing another security threat from vehicles on the road. Some sighthounds and retrievers are very interested in moving objects, and especially like chasing vehicles. But in the process of chasing it is very prone to traffic accidents. 




2. Control some improper behaviors of dogs and respect the right of others not to be disturbed by dogs.

Dogs are likely to have some inappropriate behaviors outdoors, such as fighting, throwing people, urinating in embarrassing places, etc. In public places, everyone has the basic right not to be influenced by others. 

Maybe the owner thinks that the dog is showing intimacy by jumping on people. But in the eyes of strangers, this kind of behavior may also seem unfriendly. 



3. Avoid dogs getting lost

In all cases of dog loss, the most common loss due to not being tied to a leash. Many owners will wishful thinking that their dog is very obedient, "As long as I call it, it will come back." But in fact, dogs will be subjected to various "tempts" in the outdoor environment. Sometimes it’s food, sometimes it’s different people, and sometimes it's the smell. 

Especially in the estrus period of the dog, the smell of a female dog in estrus is irresistible to a male dog. The owner's voice will appear very unattractive in front of these "tempts". 



Finally, for the safety of the dog and to avoid accidents that would otherwise not happen, please be sure to fasten the dog leash!


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