Rosewood Yard Dog Tie-Out Cable

Rosewood Yard Dog Tie-Out Cable

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  • 10ft £8.64
  • 15ft £16.00
  • 20ft £18.00
  • 30ft £19.99

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Rosewood Tie-Out Cable is a practical must-have for all dog owners! Allowing your dog to exercise unsupervised, whilst ensuring it does not go astray. This handy tie out cable is ideal for use in your garden or out and about with your dog. Sometimes an essential tool when on holiday, it provides secure control of your dog's movements whilst still allowing it freedom. The cable itself is easily attachable to posts or spiral stakes and has a high breaking strength to withstand even large breed pulling pressure. It is a must have for all dog owners!

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Reviews (2)

Summary of Reviews for Rosewood Yard Dog Tie-Out Cable

Overall 5
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By on 5 August 2015

this product is very good for my 16 week old border collie,it is very secure in the ground as he has tried to get away and he cant,he is now quite hap[py to be tied out.

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By on 20 May 2015

Very, very useful bit of equipment for when I take my dog to the beach. Easy to loop it around a tree branch and leave her to wander while I have a swim. Good to know it's strong,plus it's light enough to carry in my bag.

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Q & A

Below are some recent questions we've received regarding Rosewood Yard Dog Tie-Out Cable, including answers from our team.

13 April 2016 at 9:44pm



Hi is the spring at the end to take up shock if the dog runs away while connected?
Thank you David

  • VioVet Staff

Yes, that is exactly why springs are often incorporated into these type of products. Most dogs soon learn the "boundaries" of their possible movement and do not suffer a sudden stop once this has happened. Some dogs take to being tethered better than others, but it does work well for some.

22 July 2013 at 1:29pm

Strength of Tie Out cable

Mrs Julie Smith

I note these have a high breaking strength, but are these strong enough to stop staffies chewing through them? I need something strong enough for when we go caravanning, as one of my young staffies is a chewer and has chewed through several ropes and leads (of his and the other dogs) so far this year when tethered, but I haven't tried a tie out cable yet? Many Thanks. Julie Smith

  • VioVet Staff

The cable has a metal core, similar to cable bike locks. Although we can't guarantee that your staffie will not chew through it, it would be highly unlikely if they managed to chew through it. They are much stronger than ropes and leads, and the metal core should put off your staffie from chewing it as well.

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