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Half Full by Maria Scrivan for September 26, 2021

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    momofalex7  2 months ago

    6 feet is the best length.

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    Charliegirl Premium Member 2 months ago

    Be glad he didn’t wrap it around your legs!

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    in-dubio-pro-rainbow  2 months ago

    Don’t worry, Lady! As I see from the “Z” he wrote he is tired and already sleeping (on other hand he could also be Zorro’s dog, well then…)

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    The Reader Premium Member 2 months ago

    Remember, pups, you have to teach your humans about leashes.

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    Mighty Phavahg  2 months ago

    If you want to see the laws of physics violated, put ANY leash on a Jack Russell.

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    SheMc  2 months ago

    3 trees in the park!!! just your luck!!!

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    John9 Premium Member 2 months ago

    The only problem is the first tree, it’s an easy fix. The real problem is small dogs on long leashes and “something” closer to them than you. My late wife and I always worried about hawks and our Chihuahuas.

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    Moonkey Premium Member 2 months ago

    Long leashes, especially the wiry extendable ones, tend to get wrapped around my legs, sometimes causing bleeding. I don’t use them, but several of my neighbors do. I don’t like any leash longer than 6’. I use 5’ since I am not tall and my dog stays near me anyway. She greets my neighbors but no wrapping her leash around them, and my leash isn’t long enough to cause tangles as the dogs flit about in greetings.

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    vonskippy  2 months ago

    Who plays fetch with their dog on a leash???

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    SquawkTron  2 months ago

    That is quite a leash.

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