How to Walk 2 Dogs at the Same Time - 5 Ways

You got a second dog and you're still struggeling with taking them for a walk? Here are 5 ways to organize the leash-chaos!

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How to Walk 2 Dogs at the Same Time - 5 Ways
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Having two dogs raises one problem: how do you handle both dogs when you walk them?

Having two dogs raises one problem: how do you handle both dogs when you walk them?

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Option 1: Two separate leashes

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The two leashes are not connected to each other.

The two leashes are not connected to each other.

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Good: The leashes cannot get tangled. Bad: The dogs can run in separate directions, you'll be torn apart.

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Option 2: Second leash connected to the hand strap

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You use one hand strap and connect the second leash to it.

You use one hand strap and connect the second leash to it.

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Good: You only have to use one hand and you'll not be torn apart. Bad: They'll wrap you by running around you in different directions.

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Option 3: Second leash connected to the hand strap and threaded in the middle

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Connect one leash to the other and thread it in the middle.

Connect one leash to the other and thread it in the middle.

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Good: Better than option 2 since they have no chance of wrapping you anymore. Bad: Very heavy, like all 2-leash versions.

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Option 4: Connect a harness strap to a leash

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Use a harness strap to connect the dogs to the leash.

Use a harness strap to connect the dogs to the leash.

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Good: Better than option 3 since you only have to carry one leash and the light-weight harness strap. Bad: The leash gets even longer, the dogs may step on it and become entangled.

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Option 5: Connect the harness strap to the leading dog

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The harness strap is connected to the leash, the leash is only connected to the collar.

The harness strap is connected to the leash, the leash is only connected to the collar.

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Good: No risk of entangling. Bad: ...nothing?

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But of course, this is still their favorite way of straying: Without any leash at all...

But of course, this is still their favorite way of straying: Without any leash at all...

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