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Flexi Retractable Dog Leash | K9 Gear

Flexi Retractable Dog Leash | K9 Gear

Sep 15th 2021

The Flexi Retractable Dog Leash is the original, German-manufactured retractable dog lead. If you’re going to use a retractable lead, and are a K9 handler, working dog trainer, or serious hardcore owner, the Flexi is the best you can get. The … read more
8 Essential Products Every Tactical K9 Needs

8 Essential Products Every Tactical K9 Needs

Dec 29th 2020

8 Essential Products Every Tactical K9 Needs: Collar: To manage and control your tactical dog, the basic necessities are a collar and leash. When purchasing, consider both your environment and your dog’s mission. Leash, Lead & Line: As … read more
We Thought We Could Break This Tactical Police Dog Lead

We Thought We Could Break This Tactical Police Dog Lead

Aug 12th 2020

Ray Allen Manufacturing’s nylon police leads are trusted by K9 officers, trainers, and handlers across the country. Made with premium double-layer nylon and 1” bolt snaps at both ends for versatility and convenience, we have included D-rings … read more
Backwoods Destructive Testing: Biothane Dog Leads

Backwoods Destructive Testing: Biothane Dog Leads

Aug 1st 2020

This week, we let Ray Allen’s resident product tester Matt experiment on some of our toughest biothane, waterproof, leather-alternative leashes. But instead of controlled durability testing through research and development, we let Matt shoo … read more
How to Choose a Quality Leather Dog Leash

How to Choose a Quality Leather Dog Leash

Jul 7th 2020

What should you look for when choosing a  quality leather dog leash? What meets the standards required for police and military units? We get asked this question a lot, and we’ve made a video to show our customers the distinctive aspects o … read more
The Hangman’s Noose - Canine Liability Guide

The Hangman’s Noose - Canine Liability Guide

Apr 10th 2017

Canine Liability 360: REASONS WE GET IN TROUBLEby Bill Lewis IIA K9 handler’s leash should ideally be wrapped around the handler’s waist and secured when not being used so it can easily ride above the gun belt, not interfere with access to the handgu … read more