SERVICE DOG LEASH
Attaching a leash to your service dog can be every bit as important as a service dog vest. The Americans with Disabilities Act (ADA) states that all service animals must be harnessed, leashed, or tethered. This means that unless these devices interfere with the service animal’s ability to help you, you must have your animal under control while out in public. Having a service dog leash is an essential part of traveling with your service dog. At workingservicedog.com, we offer many kinds of leashes, including tracking lines, snap leads, agitation leads, tab leads, and many more products, manufactured right here in the USA.
MANAGING YOUR DOG WITH SERVICE DOG LEASHES
All of the leashes at WorkingServiceDog.com can help keep your service dog close by. Leashing your service dog allows you to receive immediate assistance from him and maintain to the laws of the ADA. If your service dog is in training, you may find that you need to keep him from wandering away from you while you are out in public. If this is the case, you could benefit from using a shorter or adjustable leash to help you keep your training service animal under control. We offer you training leashes that have adjustable O-rings, enabling you to convert them into a short service dog leash. When he is finished with his training, you can move the O-ring back up to accommodate a more versatile length. A leash like this can last a lifetime and can ensure that you are always keeping your dog under control.
A VERSATILE LEASH FOR EVERY USE
You have unique needs that can only be fulfilled by your service dog. Not every service dog is the same; they assist you in ways that are specific to your particular disability. As such, certain types of service dog leashes may serve you better than another. That is the primary reason why we at WorkingServiceDog.com offer such a wide range of leashes.
For standard leashes, our selection has just what you need. We have leashes that display your dog’s service animal status, providing a clear message for everyone that your dog is working—not a pet. With “Service Dog” printed in bold letters, as well as the Caduceus medical symbol, this service dog leash offers essential information that can make your trips in public go more smoothly. Combined with a service dog ID card attached to your dog’s collar, you can identify your dog as a service dog.
CHOOSE FROM A WIDE VARIETY OF LEASHES FOR EVERY KIND OF DOG
Don’t forget that if a standard leash gets in the way of your service dog’s ability to assist you, we at WorkingServiceDog.com can offer you a variety of alternative options for you to choose from. We have hands-free leashes that you can attach to your shoulder; these allow you to keep your hands free to perform all your necessary activities. On the other hand, if you are being assisted by a smaller service dog breed, you may find that short leashes such as pull leads will not help you keep your dog close. That’s why we offer extra-long leashes, some up to 33 feet long, which allow you to feed the line out and give your service dog plenty of range to assist you.
Remember: You are not required to provide any form of documentation or identification to prove that your dog is a service dog. It is your choice to provide this information. You are free to voluntarily inform the public of your service dog’s status and your rights in order to avoid confrontation and conflict.