Buddy: Oh, we walked earlier. Jan only took us someplace she could take our picture. She was walking me on a SnapLeash.
Merci: See, we're hooked to a chain link fence support so Jan can test the leash's capability.
Sam: Jan had some crazy idea the best way to test it was to leash us all together to something sturdy so she could have both hands free to take pictures.
Rusty: Right, she has complained many times that you guys won't stay still and you bounce the camera around.
Merci: I don't know why she would say anything like that. Do we look like we're bouncing her camera?
Cameron: No, but that's only because Jan is standing a few feet away and her hands are leash free.
Buddy: See, we can move around - sit, stand, lie down. Jan left Merci and Sam's leashes clipped to their respective harness and just snapped them to the grommets on my leash.
Merci: She learned the hard way I should be the one on the far end because I am the shortest and you guys could accidentally strangle me.
Micah: Oh, they would never deliberately strangle you, Merci! They love you.
Percy: Marcus, however, is a different story. We have all been tempted to strangle him. He will grow up one day, won't he?
Marcus: Hey, I resent that. And why wasn't I invited on this picture taking trek?
Buddy: Seriously, you need to ask? You have chewed up how many leashes on walks since you arrived? Jan said you aren't even allowed in the same room with this leash!
Sam: Hey, Jan, the sun is kind of bright and we didn't bring our sunglasses. Can we go home now?
Sam: Jan switched my leash with Buddy's and I'm now wearing the SnapLeash. It looks different than the other two with the holes for adjusting the length or fastening us to the fence.
Merci: Jan loves the reality of being able to adjust the length of a leash without having to wrap it around her hand and she was thankful to finally be able to take photos during a walk without us yanking her around. She said we have done well at standing still much of the time but there is always an itch to scratch, a squirrel to want to chase, or a skateboarder to threaten with immobility.
Buddy: Jan gets very upset with me when I decide to sniff Merci's butt and jerk her arm just as she clicks the shutter.
Sam: Here are several features the company believes make the SnapLeash unique. They tempted Jan to test the product.
- Acts as a tether so you can secure your pet quickly "Easy as a Snap!" without tying knots!
- Walk your dog in multiple lengths. Fully adjustable from 3 feet up to 6 feet using the strategically placed grommets up and down the leash.
- Hands free leash around your waist, shoulder, or snap directly to your belt loop for running, jogging, walking, and hiking
- Walk 2 or more pets at the same time by using the snaphooks on both ends and also attaching carabiners to the grommets
- Use as a double handle Traffic Lead by creating a handle on each end and connecting to the pets collar
- The SnapLeash comes in Black, Blue, and Red and in two convenient sizes: LARGE Pets > 40 lbs (1 inch x 6 feet) and SMALL Pets under 40 lbs (5/8 inch x 6 feet)
- Its 7 Leashes in 1 and Its the only leash you will ever need!
Merci: And if your human thinks so too, there's a short video on the website's home page, where Ted, the company president, explains about the product and that it has a Lifetime Quality Guarantee.
Sam: Well, I think that about covers the SnapLeash. All that posing tired me out so if you'll excuse me ...
SnapLeash provided us with a leash to test but we were not compensated. Any thoughts expressed are our own.
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