Nylon Poly Tieout - Black
Nylon Poly Tieout - Black
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Poly tie-outs are weather resistant, lightweight and tangle resistant
Nickel plated swivel snaps
Dependable tie-out to assure their pet's safety while outside

Nylon Poly Tieout - Black

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At a Glance
Poly tie-outs are weather resistant, lightweight and tangle resistant
Nickel plated swivel snaps
Dependable tie-out to assure their pet's safety while outside

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Pets like to explore the outdoors just like people. Pet owners need a dependable tie-out to assure their pet's safety while outside. Coastal's poly tie-outs are weather resistant, lightweight, tangle resistant and have nickel plated swivel snaps. Keep your customers happy by offering them Coastal poly tie-outs.

C NYL POLY TIEOUT 3/8X15FT-BLK

Pets like to explore the outdoors just like people. Pet owners need a dependable tie-out to assure their pet's safety while outside. Coastal's poly tie-outs are weather resistant, lightweight, tangle resistant and have nickel plated swivel snaps. Keep your customers happy by offering them Coastal poly tie-outs.

C NYL POLY TIEOUT 3/8X15FT-B/W

Pets like to explore the outdoors just like people. Pet owners need a dependable tie-out to assure their pet's safety while outside. Coastal's poly tie-outs are weather resistant, lightweight, tangle resistant and have nickel plated swivel snaps. Keep your customers happy by offering them Coastal poly tie-outs.

C NYL POLY TIEOUT 3/8X10FT-BLK

Pets like to explore the outdoors just like people. Pet owners need a dependable tie-out to assure their pet's safety while outside. Coastal's poly tie-outs are weather resistant, lightweight, tangle resistant and have nickel plated swivel snaps. Keep your customers happy by offering them Coastal poly tie-outs.

Are Tie Outs Bad for Dogs?
Answer

Tie outs and runners are usually cables or rope confinement systems that are attached to a dog's collar and a fixed point. It's usually picked by pet owners who want their dogs to be outside without supervision and the risk of the dog running away. However, there are several risks involved with this type of restraint. The most common risk associated with dog tie outs is strangulation. Most usual strangulation cases involved the dog getting tangled in the cable while chasing something or running away from something scary. The next risk involves injury to the dog's delicate neck and shoulder muscles when they get jerked back by the cable while chasing something at high speed. Other risks involve exposure to bad weather and the danger of being attacked by people or other animals. The only word of caution here is to practice tie outs under supervision and for a shorter duration.

What Can I Use To Tie My Dog up Outside?
Answer

While you can use the leash to tie your dog outside, the chances are high that they may chew their way through the leash and run free. The best tool to use for dog tie out is a tie out cable and a tie-out stake. Tie out cables have a wire rope in the center, which prevents the dog from chewing through it. Additionally, tie out cables are designed to be tangle-free, which means you can clip your dog to it without the worry of your dog chewing through it. The tie-out stake is a must for the cable to tangle-free as it's a small post screwed in the ground with nothing to get tangled around.

How Long Should a Dog Tie Out Be?
Answer

According to animal law in the US, the tie out cable or rope should be at least 10 feet in length. The dog should have convenient access to the dog house and food and water containers while on a tie out. Lastly, the dog should not be tethered outside for more than 2 hours if the dog's parent or owner is not present in the house. The amount of time allowed for dog tie out varies from region to region. For example, in Nevada, it's no longer than 14 hours; in Oregon, it's no longer than 10 hours; and in Massachusetts, it is a maximum of five hours. Dog parents must research their regional animal laws to know the minimum cable length and duration. As a rule of thumb, the tie out cable should not be any less than 3x the dog's size.

Can I Leave My Dog Alone for 12 Hours?
Answer

It's generally not advised to leave your dog alone for a long duration, like 12-24 hours. Dogs are by nature active animals and need constant stimulation to be healthy. Being home alone for a prolonged period would generally leave your dog feeling depressed or anxious. If you have access to facilities like dog sitters or dog boarding, it's recommended to use these services. However, if you cannot afford dog boarding or sitter and can't avoid being gone for a longer duration, it's advisable to take some precautionary measures. Leave an outside, safe area covered from the surrounding for your dog to relieve itself. If you don't have access to such an area, it's a must to have your dog trained to use pee pads. Additionally, while a dog can go without food for a longer duration, it cannot do so without water. Therefore, leave multiple water containers in the house or get a refillable water bowl, which automatically refills.

Can I Tie My Dog up at Night?
Answer

According to tethering law, it is illegal to tether, tie, chain, or restrain a dog to a shelter, tree, fence, or any other object for over three hours in 24 hours. This duration varies from state to state. Therefore, it's not recommended to tie your dog up all night for whatever reason. Law aside, all dogs are emotional creatures, and they love to be close to their owners. Most dogs even love to snuggle up with their parent or owners at night unless trained to do otherwise. Therefore, tying up the dog all night could lead to separation anxiety and depression in them.

Can a Dog Be Tied up All Day?
Answer

According to US animal law, it's illegal to tether or chain a dog for more than three hours a day. This varies from state to state, with the maximum duration being 14 hours for some states. Therefore, you definitely cannot tie up a dog all day. This is because dogs are naturally social animals, who require constant interaction, and prolonged restraint might cause harm to them psychologically. Apart from that, there are factors to consider like physical injury, strangulation, lousy weather, insect bites, and a host of other risks.

What Is a Dog Tie Out Cable?
Answer

A dog tie out cable is a cable or rope used to tie dogs in the yard or any place so that they don't run away. Usually, it's used during behavioral or house training to calm the dog down. It's different from a regular leash as it has a strong rope or steel core so that the dog cannot chew it down and escape the restraint.

Can I Tie My Dog to a Tree?
Answer

The Penal Code Section 597t of PETA registered in California declares anyone who restrains a dog for a longer duration as a criminal. The penal code decrees that no dog should be secured, chained, tied, fastened, or tethered to a tree, fence, or other such stationary objects. The person who violates the law is proclaimed guilty of an infraction or a misdemeanor, and the offense is punishable upon conviction by a fine of up to $250.

Is It Cruel To Keep a Dog Indoors All Day?
Answer

Contrary to popular belief, there's nothing wrong with dogs being indoors all day except for their daily walks. Dogs that stay indoors are safer and more secure than the dogs that stay outside. Provided there are ample toys and stimulation for dogs inside the house; it's not cruel at all for a dog to stay in all day.

Nylon Poly Tieout - Black is manufactured by Coastal Pet Products
Option UPC/SKU
3/8" x 20ft 076484082603
3/8" x 15ft 076484082504
3/8" x 10ft 076484082405

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