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lol, didnt even notice the floor. looks normal to me :rolleyes: how much are they then, got the ebay item number so i can take a look??

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Guest MOLLY
p.s the wife says sorry about the dirty floor

Did'nt even notice it, probs cos mine has the same muddy paw prints all the time also :good:

Moll.

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I had one like that Moll but out of webbing, quite easy to make yourself especially if you can work a needle and thread, surely millet must have his socks and undies darned. :D

 

You stitch the loop on to the side of the webbing as opposed to tying a loop.

Takes minutes to make and the cost is usually nil,

 

With regards to the one with the loop at either end, I find it is easier to have both loops the same size and be able to go over your hands, if you are doing a lot of walking whilst your out then you have a much better hold especially if your dog likes to pull a bit.

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Maybe im wrong SS but them slips are designed to work on your collars ,slipped in through the D ring??Good idea me thinks,ill be intouch

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Maybe im wrong SS but them slips are designed to work on your collars ,slipped in through the D ring??Good idea me thinks,ill be intouch

 

Well yes mate, sort of, they're not an original design, I just made my version of what was already available, the nylon does slip well through the bigger loops on the collars I make but am sure that would be the same for any decent sized D ring, I've also made some 1.5" wide for lads with the stronger dogs.

 

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pm me your number and details again numbnuts .. :gunsmilie: ..i owe thee a tenner and i want some more stuff...theres a good chap :big_boss: .............. :clapper::clapper:

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What is that material like on the hands when you have a dog that pulls like chuff?

 

99 times better than rope mate :yes:

 

 

 

True, they are very good :victory:

 

BIRD

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What is that material like on the hands when you have a dog that pulls like chuff?

 

99 times better than rope mate :yes:

 

 

 

True, they are very good :victory:

 

BIRD

 

Thanks mate, look forward to seeing you again this summer!

 

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Maybe im wrong SS but them slips are designed to work on your collars ,slipped in through the D ring??Good idea me thinks,ill be intouch

 

 

Money arrived today mate thanks. Been out all day but they'll be in the post first thing.

 

Many thanks.

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What is that material like on the hands when you have a dog that pulls like chuff?

 

Depends on your hands and if there like a girls :laugh:

Great leads, collars and couplings, I was well pleased.

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Have got erm ........... Quite a lot of these left here, made loads to take to shows, then most of the time forgot to get them out!

 

Long or short, mostly Black ones, 2 for £5.

 

Thanks.

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What is that material like on the hands when you have a dog that pulls like chuff?

 

99 times better than rope mate :yes:

 

 

 

True, they are very good :victory:

 

BIRD

 

Thanks mate, look forward to seeing you again this summer!

 

:thumbs:

 

i was given two of these as a gift from strong stuff :clapper: and i would recomend them to anyone very easy going on the wrists and my dog is a puller :drink: once again aaron ps will be using one tonight

 

a t b chippy

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