While staying with the Cascadian Nomads I have been helping to test out new dog leashes from SnapLeash. Bethany likes to walk multiple leashed dogs hands free. Sometimes it is so she can push the cat and cockatoo in the stroller. Other times it is because she says we are professional knot tyers and it's easier for her to have us around her waist. Most of the time she loops a SnapLeash through the ring on her hands-free waist belt and off we walk. The length of the leash can be easily adjusted so I can practice my "heel" without getting my legs tangled or safely roam and sniff a bit. Bethany sometimes quickly unloops the SnapLeash from her hands free belt belt
The last time I came to stay with the Cascadian Nomads, Bethany started walking me on the one inch wide SnapLeash but the clasp was a bit large for a low rider corgi like me. So I have been using the five eighths inch leash and it has proven strong and durable. A dog can really get used to the versatility of a SnapLeash. The sturdy grommets along almost the whole length of the leash as well as the ability to clip the two ends together (see picture above) make dog walks easier for Bethany. It's nice to feel like less of a fourth wheel when walking with Wilhelm, Brychwn and Huxley. The two different sizes of SnapLeash have even made it possible for Bethany to walk four dogs with just two leashes and one hand.