Aqua Leash is a stylish leash for dogs that includes four built-in items that you'd otherwise need to carry in your hands or in a bag while walking your canine. These items include a water bowl made from food-grade silicone, a water dispenser that holds 350 milliliters of water, a dispenser for waste bags and a hook for used waste bags. This leash is suitable for virtually all dogs, as there's a size for small dogs and another for large dogs available.
The cost of Aqua Leash is $19.95 plus $5.95 shipping. The special TV offer allows you to receive a second Aqua Leash at the discounted price of only $5.95 for a total price of $31.85.
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To start using your Aqua Leash, attach its steel safety catch to your dog's collar and hang onto the leash's handle, which is attached to the built-in water dispenser. Even if your dog tugs and pulls on the leash as you start to walk, the safety catch should be strong enough to keep its leash securely attached to its collar.
When necessary, pull the built-in water bowl off one side of the leash and fill it with water from the built-in dispenser. Place the bowl somewhere on the ground near your dog so that they can have a drink, and when they're done, attach it to your Aqua Leash again.
In the event that your dog needs to go to the bathroom, grab a waste bag from the built-in bag dispenser located on one side of your leash, near the handle. Scoop your dog's waste into the bag with your choice of utensil (you'll need to carry that separately) and then hang the bag from your leash's built-in hook.
Once both you and your dog are tired or bored with walking, return home and dispose of the used waste bag you've been carrying in your trash. Detach your dog's Aqua Leash from its collar by undoing the steel safety catch, and store the leash somewhere safe until you need to use it again. If you may not be using it for a while, you may want to empty the water dispenser if it still contains any water.
If you decide that you want to obtain an Aqua Leash for your dog, you'll be able to choose between a large-sized leash and one in a smaller size. Logically, the larger size is ideal for large dogs while the smaller one is best for smaller dogs. If you consider your dog medium-sized, think about their breed and temperament and choose the size you think will best suit their walking needs.
You'll be able to get one of these leashes in a shade of red, black or blue, so you can choose the shade you like best or the one that looks best on your dog. Alternatively, if your dog seems to have a preference for a certain shade, you might want to go with that one. If you've got more than one dog, getting leashes in different colors for them may also be a good idea.
As mentioned, each Aqua Leash has a safety catch that's made of solid steel, and the leash itself is made of double-strength nylon. Due to these durable materials, each leash you have may last you for several years or more without breaking. One may even last you for a dog's entire lifetime, regardless of how rowdily they behave while attached to their leash.
Both the water dispenser and the water bowl attached to each Aqua Leash are made from silicone rubber and plastic that's been approved as food-safe by the FDA. As a result, since FDA stands for the United States Food and Drug Administration, you won't need to worry about your dog being exposed to toxicity while ingesting water from either of these items.
Just as humans should stay well-hydrated while walking outdoors in the summer sun, dogs should, too. Unfortunately, there aren't many public sources of water available where people tend to walk their dogs, so sometimes both dogs and humans end up going without. If you've got an Aqua Leash, though, you can use its bowl and dispenser to allow your dog to drink.
If you have to carry many dog-related supplies in your hands, or a heavy bag of supplies in the hand that's not holding your leash, you may not have much control over that leash. In fact, depending on how much you're carrying, you might end up holding the leash in just two or three fingers. Fortunately, when you use an Aqua Leash, you'll have less to carry (perhaps just a utensil for waste-scooping), so you'll be able to hang onto your dog more securely with one full hand. This leash has also been designed to be comfortable to hold.
A leash like this will help keep you and your dog organized since there'll be little chance of forgetting your essential supplies when most of them are built into your leash. You probably won't ever find yourself several blocks from home, realizing that you've forgotten your dog's water bowl or waste bag.
Those dog owners who have multiple dogs, but only want to invest in one of these leashes, may be able to pass it between the dogs if they're about the same size. If you go this route, you'll just need to walk the dogs separately and give your leash's built-in bowl and dispenser a rinse-off each time you need to walk a different dog. One more option, if you have two small dogs who don't need to drink much water and don't mind sharing a bowl, is to walk them together—one with this particular leash and one without.
The number of waste bags that come with each of these leashes isn't specified, but you can assume that at some point, the supply will run out. Following that, you'll need to get some more bags on your own and load them into your leash's dispenser.
Although your dog may be extremely healthy, you should bring along a separate source of water for yourself instead of drinking from your dog's bowl or dispenser. Even if you aren't at all worried about germs, each's leash's water dispenser holds only a certain amount of water, and a medium or large-sized dog may need all of that on a hot day.
Make sure you don't overload the built-in hook on your leash by hanging more than one or two waste bags from it. If you were to hang a handful of bags from it, it could break off and become useless to you in the future. It's best to head home or to a public trash can if your dog has filled more than a couple of waste bags up.
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