Mighty Paw is a company that makes high-quality products for dogs including collars, leashes and potty bells. One of their latest products is their new reflective rope leash.
The Mighty Paw rope leash comes in green or orange. It is strong, lightweight and made from the same type of rope used by rock climbers.
The leash clips to your dog’s collar with an aluminum carabiner clip (also used by climbers), and the handle is padded with tubular webbing. The leash is 6 feet long and reflective. My dog Baxter is modeling the orange version of the leash.
Mighty Paw is giving away a rope leash to one reader of That Mutt. Leave a comment at the end of the post for your chance to win.
My thoughts on the Mighty Paw rope leash:
The rope leash is a change from our regular nylon leashes. It is very sturdy and durable. The round shape of the handle felt a bit different in my hand but was not uncomfortable. As with all Mighty Paw leashes, I appreciated the padding in the handle.
The leash is knotted at the handle and the carabiner. Initially I wondered if the knots are as strong as stitching, which is how all of my other leashes are constructed. It turns out the knots are secure, and they show no signs of loosening.
What is the cost of the rope leash?
Mighty Paw’s rope leash is $13.99 on Amazon.
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What’s unique about the Mighty Paw rope leash?
From the quality of the materials to the construction, the Mighty Paw rope leash is a good choice for active dogs and their owners. People who are looking for some variety on regular flat-weave leashes will also appreciate this leash.
The rope is made of decay- and weather-resistant polypropylene materials to withstand the elements. There are also reflective threads woven into the entire length of the leash for added safety at night.
The carabiner clip holds 400kgs of tension and is strong enough for repeated, long-term use.
I tested this leash when I was 8½ months pregnant and dealing with carpal tunnel in my hands. The carpal tunnel limited my grip strength and coordination. I found the quick-spring release on the carabiner a bit easier to use versus a regular leash clip. This rope leash may be a good choice for people with limited dexterity.
Pros of the Mighty Paw rope leash:
- The materials and the construction make this leash durable and strong.
- The bright colours and look of the rope may appeal to active families.
- The reflective stitching makes the rope leash more visible at night.
- The carabiner clip is easy to attach and detach to your dog’s collar.
I recommend the Mighty Paw rope leash for active people who are looking for something different than a traditional leash. If you have a strong dog who pulls on walks, the rope and the carabiner clip will be secure.
I also recommend this leash for people who struggle with traditional leash clips. The size and simplicity of the carabiner clip make it easy to hook on and off my dog’s collar.
Lindsay’s mutt Ace models the green version of the leash:
Cons of the rope leash:
- The tubular rope may be uncomfortable for some people, even with the padded handle.
- Only comes in two colours—green and orange.
- Comes in one length (6 feet)
Giveaway—win a Mighty Paw rope leash for your dog
Mighty Paw is giving away a rope leash to one reader of That Mutt so your dog has a chance to try this leash!
To enter, leave a comment below and tell us why you are interested in a new leash.
Lindsay will choose one winner at random on Tuesday March 6. Must have a U.S. mailing address to win.
Would your dog like a new leash from Mighty Paw?
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Julia Thomson is also a blogger at Home on 129 Acres where she writes about her adventures of country living and DIY renovating. She and her husband live on a 129-acre farm in Ontario, Canada.
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