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

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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

Understanding Pull Force and Weight Limits of Dog Tie Out Stakes 2022 - Best Large Dog Tie Out Stake

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When it comes to a Large Dog or XL Breed dog, especially Pit Bulls, Huskies, German Shepards and other strong dogs, there is only one dog tie out that should be considered , the Double Dog Run . The best dog tie out for large dogs needs to have strength, security and made to hold large amounts of pull force or pounds of pressure exerted when pulling on a fixed object. Let’s go over some facts that are important to know. When deciding on the best tie out for Pit Bull or large dog.  How much weight can your average Pit Bull pull?   According to sources your average household Pit Bull can weigh anywhere from 40 - 60 pounds and can typically pull 2 - 3 times it’s body weight.   For this example, let’s use a 60 pound Pit Bull and say it can pull 3 times its body weight. That means a large, 60 pound Pit Bull can pull approximately 180 pounds.   How much pull force does a dog have  vs a human? Looking into other studies it is said that a dog CAN exhibit 350 pounds of pressure!   Looking furt