Constructed with durable 1000D nylon webbing, with a detachable & clipable handle, featuring combination light and heavy bungees, the Bungee Leash is the perfect accessory for the Sky Track but also makes a highly versatile travel leash. Recommended for dogs under 60lbs. For XL dogs, consider the Chew Resistant Cable Leash.
The bungees are constructed with fail-safe features. First, all bungees are clamped instead of sewn. Second, the nylon sheath allows the bungee to stretch up to 80%, protecting against both over-extension and bungee cord breakage. All hardware is over-sized and features 4 separate swivels to eliminate twisting.
The handle unclips so as to wrap around polls and objects for when you need to pop in somewhere for a quick coffee. The handle clip can also be attached to any of the other rings found throughout the leash allowing you to wrap around trees and other large objects.
The seat-belt clip, which is held in place with a button snap, is especially useful for impatient dogs who like to spring out of the car once the door is ajar. Simply adjust the leash to determine how much freedom you want your dog to have once inside the car and then secure the leash via the standard US seatbelt clip hardware by clipping it into the middle back seat-belt receptor.
For use with 1 dog on the Sky Track or Cable Dog Run: You can either attach the Bungee Leash straight to the pulley/carabiner or use the included Neck-Safe Bungee to extend the length another 3ft. All of the swivels, D-rings, and O-rings can be used to adjust the length.
Set-up for 2 dogs from the same pulley: Give your pups some playtime together by placing both of them on the Track together from the same pulley. You will need two Bungee Leashes attached to the same Neck-Safe Bungee. They can interact without getting tangled up. Make sure the dog clips can touch the ground.
Set-up for travel: You will see that there are two dog clips on the Bungee Leash. One of the clips detaches from the blue handle. The other one attaches to the dog collar or harness. First, clip the seat belt into any of the three backseat belt receptors. Clip the collar/harness dog clip onto the dog. This will give the dog 6 ft of maximum freedom, which you may or may not want. To reduce the freedom, simply clip the other dog clip (from the blue handle) onto the middle double-swivel. This will give the dog about 4 ft of freedom (2 feet for the full handle length + 2 feet for the 8mm bungee length). Reduce it to just 2.5 feet by also clipping the handle clip onto the handle D-ring as well. It sounds a bit complicated but give it a try and you'll find a few combinations are possible.