Giveaway: Freedom Leash

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Perfect for the active and busy multi-dog owner, Freedom Leash is a revolutionary retractable leash that gives pet parents the ability to safely walk two dogs on one retractable leash, without tangles, trips or fumbles.  No more awkward leash dance!

Freedom Leash’s sleek design allows dual-dog owners the freedom to walk two dogs at one time, with one hand — on the same retractable leash!

Freedom Leash is designed to prevent tangles.  Each 10-foot retractable leash contains its own independent retracting mechanism. As dogs wander around each other, the retractors spin, completely eliminating leash tangles and tripping hazards.

One-hand operation allows active and busy dog owners the freedom to do other things – take an important phone call, sip a cup of coffee, wave to the neighbor.  It just makes life easier. One touch locking mechanism allows pet parents to safely secure both pups instantly with the click of a button. Learn more at

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How to Enter

Today’s giveaway winner will receive one Freedom Leash system as described above by mail. As always, only those in our e-mail list are eligible to enter, and if you’re not subscribed, you can fix that in five seconds by clicking here. When your first daily digest e-mail arrives, hit reply, type the words “contest entry” in the subject and send (current subscribers can reply to today’s digest). Only one entry per e-mail address please: those attempting to game the system with multiple entries will be disqualified.

We’ll use to select winners, who will be notified by e-mail. Entries will be accepted through midnight Sunday: please note that this contest is open to residents of the US only.

2 thoughts on “Giveaway: Freedom Leash”

  1. As the owner of a dog who is perfectly people friendly and very dog aggressive I ask that those of you who use the flexi style leashes please remember that just because you have a bizillion feet of lead does not mean you MUST use all if it at ALL times! Please remember to rein your dog in when approaching people or other dogs. In my experience the longer the lead the more owners seem to forget there is a dog at the other end of it.

    • I agree with you 100%.

      I personally, am not a fan of flexi-type leashes, I see a lot of people with them usually on small dogs, and I usually have to move off of the path because they won’t “reel” them in. I have small friendly JRT’s, they are attached to a normal 5 foot leash unless we are walking the trails in the country.

      Besides, how much control do you really have of your dog if it is 20 feet ahead to the left wrapped around a tree and a 4 year old?


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