Derby GA is the ideal dog training lead and it is original and functional at the same time. In fact, it is made from twisted nylon cord covered by elegant eco-friendly leather with stitching in a contrasting colour.
It is a classic and elegant product but it is also sturdy and can withstand dog’s pulling, thanks to the inner tubular structure, made with the care and attention that characterizes all of Ferplast’s products.
Derby GA is extendable to a maximum of 200 cm and is equipped with a system of rings and double metal spring clips.
This training lead is available in various colours, with a single length of 200 cm and cord circumference of 12 mm.
You can combine it with other products in the same range at any time: collars, traditional leads and Agila Derby ergonomic harnesses. The special way in which these harnesses are made is patented by Ferplast and they are equipped with a micro-adjustment system that allows perfect adaptability to your furry-friend’s size.
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Safely control your pet on walks through the park or the neighborhood with a strong leash. Its durable construction is resistant to tarnishing, rust and breakage. This heavy-duty dog leash also has a cloth handle for a comfortable grip.
- The chain leash is an attractive complement to the collars and will not tarnish, rust or break
- One long extra-heavy-weight large dog chain leash with a cloth handle at the end
- Extra-large dog leash for bigger dogs
There’s such a wide variety of leashes, it can be difficult to know which leash or chain to choose. When looking for a new leash, consider style and function. Finding a well made, durable leash that’s comfortable for both you and your pet is key to keeping your dog active and happy. Be keen to consider the strain on your wrist or hands from the wrist, especially when you have a strong dog.
Pro tip: Never pull on the leash to try to get your dog’s attention, which will inadvertently teach your dog to pull back.
Read more about considerations for chains and whether or not to tether your dog here;