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I go running with my two dogs. They are both coonhounds so I cant have them off leash. I currently use the Ruffwear Roamer with a coupler at the end but the leash is breaking and its utter chaos with them getting tangled.

Does anyone have any suggestions?
 

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I like the smoochy pooch best but I only have Koda...

Maybe try the buddy belt or a coupler?
 

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We used to go jogging a lot, but lately I've been so busy with work that I just can't get out there. We have a jogging belt with rubber leash, and what it does it gives a little more flexibility to Libby while we are running together. Also it is comfortable for me because it has a nice padded belt. I will attach a photo.
 

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thanks for the suggestions. I currently have Maggie running in a ruffwear webmaster and cooper is in a ruffwear frontrange. Are there any types of running no pull harness? Cooper pulls like a mac-truck.
 

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thanks for the suggestions. I currently have Maggie running in a ruffwear webmaster and cooper is in a ruffwear frontrange. Are there any types of running no pull harness? Cooper pulls like a mac-truck.
That's great if it's working for you. Right at this moment I don't know any type of running no pull harness. We never really had problem with pulling so I don't exactly know how it works.
 

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I use a Kurgo leash, not sure what model though. It's really nice and designed to be used in multiple ways. You can have a regular leash with adjustable length, wear it across your shoulders, around your waist, or use it to walk two dogs. I personally tied a knot in the handle and run with both dogs in hand, but you could easily put it around your waist and add a coupler or two shorter leads to the end.
 

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I don't think there are any no pull running harnesses. Most no pulls impede movement so they wouldn't be suitable for running. I just use regular Y harnesses.
 

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I didn't even know these leashes existed! Thanks for sharing. I recently moved to Denver and have been hiking with my dog, but I need hiking poles. So, this leash would be perfect to have her leashed but hands free.
 

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thanks for the suggestions. I currently have Maggie running in a ruffwear webmaster and cooper is in a ruffwear frontrange. Are there any types of running no pull harness? Cooper pulls like a mac-truck.
After I quoted you, I decide to research a little about the no pull harness. The one that I have attached comes in different load capacity. Because inside of the leash there is a bungee type of string that will take the pressure off of the person who is wearing the jogging belt. Plus if you were to attach a Y belt on the harness, it would help to teach your puppy not to pull as much.
 
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