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leash

Hunting three of the same kind of animal, usually hounds, foxes, or hares
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They are attached to human hunters' waists by leashes that lead to their necks.
I've watched owners watch their dogs venture on retractable leashes all the way up to someone's front door
Onthank says Dog Gone Smart's line of collars, leashes and harnesses have some of the highest oil repellency in the pet industry, a soft feel, chafe less and give owners better control of dogs that lunge or pull.
The Golden Leashes were each worth a pounds 500 donation and pounds 10,000 raised when finders text a special code to release the donations.
Rather, due the rubberband action of bungee leashes that connect the girdles to the crossbeam construct, the girdle wearers were yanked apart after they had stretched the leashes.
It works like one of those retractable dog leashes, only the pencil is a lot easier to control.
Leashes are usually attached to the board and the ankle or wrist.
Check out hands-free leashes that allow you to run without having to change your arm action or posture to accommodate your dog.
In many of the most popular hiking areas, dog leashes are required.
Dogs on leashes are allowed in designated areas (watch for signs) of the following preserves: Windy Hill, Portola Valley; Fremont Older, Cupertino; and Long Ridge, Saratoga.