Introduction: Chokeless/Adjustable Paracord Dog Leash

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Step 1:

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Get 10 foot piece of paracord.

Step 2:

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Tie two overhand knots

Step 3:

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Tie another knot that can slide down the paracord but not slide over the overhand knots.

Step 4: Adjusting

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All you have to do is move the two overhand knots down or up.


AZApple (author)2013-10-06

I like this idea but I'm having trouble visualizing this. Please tell me where those first two overhand knots (step 2) are; on the ends or in the middle? And where is the (step 3) slipping knot? Thanks.

thecrazymagnetman (author)2012-08-07

i like your dog

insydney (author)2011-08-28

i agree with Nacho' it is way too thin and is a recipe for disaster. besides that my dog would destroy it in seconds...

NachoMahma (author)2011-06-02

.  No, no, no, no, no! Your cord is much too small and will put too much pressure on a small area of the dog's neck. If the dog tugs hard, the knots will tighten and make them difficult to release, especially in an emergency.

Pizzaman01 (author)NachoMahma2011-06-02

You can attach it to the collar to if you want by just sliding the loop on the collar.
+ this dog is old an won't tug hard.

Pizzaman01 (author)Pizzaman012011-06-02

Thats right though NachoMahma

Im with nachomahma. Maybe 2 or 3 strands would work better

artworker (author)2011-06-02

Your dog is cute! White Eyebrows! HE HE!

Pizzaman01 (author)artworker2011-06-03


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