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Hi There- having two dogs and no way to build a fence, I needed to come up with a solution.

Today the Double Dog Run is the only tangle-free dog tie out / pet tethering system that can hold not just one but two dogs and does not tangle. Below are some links to our individual products that can be purchased on our website.

The weight limits for the tie out systems are as follows:

SMALL / MEDIUM SIZED DOGS

Tie out for 1 small to medium sized dog: 60 lbs

Tie out for 2 small to medium sized dogs: 80 lbs

LARGE SIZED DOGS

Tie out for 1 large dog: 125 lbs

Tie out for 2 large dogs: 200 lbs

XL SIZED DOGS

Tie out for 1 XL dog: 250 lbs

Tie out for 2 XL dogs: 500 lbs

Now, onto the instructions!......

Step 1: Place Base Plate on the Ground.

Tip: Works best on a flat area.

Step 2: Install the Ground Anchor

Center the ground anchor in the center hole in the base plate. Pressing firmly, screw the ground anchor into the ground. As the ground anchor gets closer to the base, move the base to ensure that it is centered.

Tip: Should it become difficult to continue to screw in with your hands, wedge a screwdriver (or an equivalent tool) between “D” ring portion of the ground anchor and use as a handle to twist. This will give you more leverage.

Continue to screw in the ground anchor until you can’t go any further and the anchor is flush against the base plate. Give the ground anchor a few more turns to ensure that the anchor and base plate are secure.

Step 3: Attach the Jaw and Eye Swivel to the Ground Anchor

Take the “Jaw & Eye” Swivel in your hand, remove the pin from the one side by bending it with your fingers.

Now, pull the bar completely out and slide the opening of the swivel over the “D” Ring on the Ground anchor.

**Put the pin back where it came from and bend it so that the bar is secure.**

Step 4: Install the Tangle-free Topper

Place the tangle-free topper over top of the jaw and eye. Push the jaw and eye through the hole in the topper. Then, align the holes in the topper along with the holes in the base plate. Use the 4 screws to attach the topper to the base.

**Ensure that the jaw and eye is completely pulled through the hole in the topper before screwing the topper to the base plate.**

Step 5: Add the Other Hardware to the Jaw and Eye Swivel

Unscrew the quick and slide the second swivel through the opening in the quick link.

**Ensure that the side of the swivel with the bolt is connected the quick link.**

Screw quick link shut.

Step 6: Attach the Leashes to the Hardware

Attach two (or one) leashes to the upper swivel.

Connect the dogs to the opposite end of the leashes and let the fun begin!

Disclaimer: Double Dog Run System is not held liable for any injury to any animal or
human being during the use of this product.

Caution: Dog run should be checked for any loose screws, as well as ensure it is anchored into the ground securely before each use. Dogs should be supervised at all times while on the dog run to ensure complete safety while in use. This product is not intended for long-term use, but for a temporary tethering situation. Ensure that each dog knows the boundary of the leads before allowing to run freely.

NOT ALL DOGS CAN BE TIED OUT. This product is not for dogs prone to aggressive behavior or dog mean or vicious in nature. It is to the owners own judgment as to whether this product will work and secure his or her dog effectively. It is highly advised that all dog owners test the strength and stability of this product in a secure area before using in public places.

Warning: Do not stand in the line of the leashes while crossing! Tip Hazard. Do NOT allow small children to play within the radius of the leash lines. Ensure that both leashes are completely supported by the strongest part of the clasp to ensure leash strength.

<p>This would be really useful!</p>

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