Showing posts from November, 2022

Best Dog Tie Out Cables for Large and XL Breed Dogs - Heavy Duty Dog Tie Out Cables (2023 Update)

The best dog tie out cables for large and XL breeds are made to last and hold. Most cables these days are made of a steel cable and feature a vinyl coating for weather protections and less friction. Large dog tie out cables and heavy-duty dog cables need to be especially secure and high in quality.  Our Company, Double Dog Run has only offered one brand of dog tie out cables over the years. Why do we only offer one, because its the only brand we trust and have found we get the least amount of turn around on.  In fact, very rarely do we need to replace a Boss Dog Tie Out Cable for our customers. There are some things to keep in mind with having large active and XL dogs: Not all cables are created equal make sure the brand is reliable. The clasps on either end of the dog tie out cable are VERY important and should be secure. The clasps themselves should have a swivel on BOTH ends. This is required for use with the Double Dog Run System Tangle-free Two Dog Tie Out The cables may get w

The Best Dog Tie Out Cables for Puppies and Small Dogs - Vinyl Coated Dog Cables and Chains (2022 - 2023)

The best dog tie out cables on the market today are made of steel cable and are coated with vinyl.  As you know, over the years dog tie outs and chains have evolved into something much better. However, choosing the right dog tie out cable can be tricky since there are so many brands out there. So, we are going to direct you to the Dog Tie Out Cables that we feel are the best as far as quality and price.  Remember, just because it says "Best Seller" does not mean "Best Quality" - it just means a lot of people bought it and it sells a lot... Tie Out Cables for Small Dogs We chose the dog tie out cables that we feel are best for you dogs. We don't choose the best sellers, we choose the right tie out cables for what you need. Having small dogs can make picking a tie out cable very simple as small dogs don't need the strength and durability of a heavy duty dog tie out cable, but rather something that will move freely and lightly. Here are out favorite Dog Tie Out

What is the Best Dog Tie Out Stake for Large Dogs? (updated 2023)

The best dog tie out stake will be tested, secure, tangle-free and made of high quality products.  The Double Dog Run System is hands down, the best dog tie out for the largest and strongest dog breeds.  Here are some highlights on this dog tie out stake: Made of hight quality products and real steel All weather use 1200 lbs of Pull Force Tangle-free for one or two dogs Manufactured and Shipped from USA 2-Year Warranty U.S. Patented A large dog tie out needs to be secure and safe for the dog and those around them.  The inventors of the Double Dog Run have used both quality products and physics to perfect the the security and strength of this tie out stake system. The Double Dog Run can withstand up to 1200 lbs of pull force. At 1200 lbs of pull force, the Double Dog Run is much stronger than your average or even high-end dog tie out. The Double Dog Run is in a class of its own. Although, the Double Dog Run is more expensive than other dog tie outs, you are getting a high quality prod

Using Your Double Dog Run In the Winter Months - Dog Tie Outs for the Winter

Winter Care for Your Double Dog Run System Snow, Wind, Freezing Temperatures!.... Here are some tips for keeping your Double Dog Run in good working order this winter: #1:  Check your leashes for cracks or kinks.    The cold weather can make almost anything brittle enough to crack;  that includes any vinyl coated leashes.  Additionally, the cold weather can lead to kinking in the lines if it gets caught around a small branch that fell in the yard from the last storm.  It is important to keep your leashes crack-free and kink-free. Need new leashes for your system?   Get new ones here! #2:  Ensure the swivels on the leashes are working properly.   Corrosion and many other things can cause the clasps or clips on the leases to become hard to use.  Ensure that the clasps are working properly and closing completely before letting your dog go off to play.  Using WD-40 or any other type of lubricant can loosen the swivels and clasps up; as well as maintain them throughout the

4 Things You Should Have when Camping with Dogs - Rv Park - National Parks

Camping with dogs can be an adventure, however having these four things when camping or or at an RV park with your dog or multiple dogs can limit trouble and unforeseen adventures you may not want to take! Here we go: 1) Solid Single Leash or Dual Dog Leashes A retractable leash for walking your dogs is always nice when there are not many humans or activities around; However,  managing multiple dogs on retractable leashes or even one designed for multiple dogs can be very tricky.   One moment of not paying attention and the dogs are tangled and wrapped up in a thin cable that is hard to manage.   This could result in you looking, once again, like the person who has no idea what they are doing and just got your dogs yesterday! Now you are being stared at again for 10 minutes while you try to get your dogs to stop chasing the bikers, while holding the lock button on the retractable leash... while attempting to untangling your dogs all at the same time.  However, the neighbors and surroun