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3/25/17 7:25 A

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Thanks for the ideas

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2/10/17 11:37 P

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Glad you liked it lol

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Well I have to get that. A guy running a border collie in the picture and everything...

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2/10/17 7:57 P

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You can try something like this.
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I have a 10 foot leash with a ring about every 2 feet. I wear it over my shoulder, but I've seen people tie it around the waist. Over your shoulder the leash is on the shoulder on the other side from the dog and crosses you in front and back. I can fasten the leash right under my shoulder so there is more leash for the dog to move around, or fasten it so the two ends met and the dog has to stay by my sides. Of course where you fasten it also depends on how big your dog is and how tall you are.

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Depending on what kind of pants you wear while running, if you have ones with belt loops, those can help with the leash so it doesn't fall off your waist.

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What do you do for a leash when running with your dog? I mostly run trails where he doesn't need a leash, but there's one route that I could use to get to a dog-friendly beach with some distance running beside a road. Most people seem to do the long leash around their waist thing. Doesn't it slip down that way? I like the idea of hands-free and as little disruption to the run as possible to hook him up. Has anybody tried the bungee leashes?

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