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Old 01-18-2013, 10:49 AM   #1 (permalink)
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Our Doggy-Daddy asked me last night if I could find a way for him to walk all three at once without them getting tangled. I bought a 3-way coupler some time ago, but it's way too heavy for my little ones. It was a disaster when we tried to use it!

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Old 01-18-2013, 10:52 AM   #2 (permalink)
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Maybe a doubler? I know they make smaller ones (not just huge heavy ones)

Then he could double one pair and walk one single? Down to two leashes?

When I walk Gus and my sister's dog I clip the leash ends to a belt loop with a carabiner. That way if I drop one leash they are still attached.
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Our Doggy-Daddy asked me last night if I could find a way for him to walk all three at once without them getting tangled. I bought a 3-way coupler some time ago, but it's way too heavy for my little ones. It was a disaster when we tried to use it!

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I need help with this one as well!!!!!!! Thanks for posting this
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I tried a coupler with Chloe and Summer and it just didn't work out. It was much easier with the 2 leashes.
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I can't do that w/my two as they run at different wattages! It is challenging to walk them together to say the least! Let us know what you learn!
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Pricey but these have a swivel coupler that is supposed to prevent tangling of leashes. Considering how often we take doggies out, the sanity and convenience it would provide might make it worth the price.

Xtreme Pet Products - Tangle Free Super Couplers and Extensions

It comes in "Super Coupler Jr." for small dogs.
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