INSPECT LEASH AND COLLAR BEFORE EACH USE DETACHING THE LEASH WHAT TO DO IF THE CORD/TAPE/BELT GETS WET To bring your dog nearer, follow these steps and never touch the cord/tape/belt:
Make sure that all parts of the leash and your dogï¿½s collar are in good condition and are not damaged, frayed, or broken
ATTACHING THE LEASH
Make sure your dog is under control. Fully retract the leash before detaching it.
Pull the cord/tape/belt out of the leash housing as far as it will go and lock the brake. Leave it to dry overnight in a place that is out of reach of children. When the cord/tape/belt is dry, carefully and slowly retract the leash to keep it under control.
USING THE LEASH
Always hold the leash by the handle, never by the cord/tape/belt You can also hold the hand loop with your other hand for extra control. Never tie leash around a tree, pole, or any other object.
DETACHING THE LEASH
WHAT TO DO IF THE CORD/TAPE/BELT GETS WET
To bring your dog nearer, follow these steps and never touch the cord/tape/belt: