Flirt pole recommendations

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BarkingHat Mon 03-Aug-20 11:46:22

@ViperBugloss thank you!

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ViperBugloss Mon 03-Aug-20 11:44:07

Squishyface does not have a bungy cord (at least the one I has hasn't got a bungy) I have had it for years mainly use it with spaniels, collies, labradors and GSD.

WobbleWhenIRun Mon 03-Aug-20 08:43:33

I have this one:

www.amazon.co.uk/gp/product/B0171F11BS/ref=ppx_yo_dt_b_search_asin_title?psc=1&tag=mumsnetforu03-21&ie=UTF8

It does have a bungee but a fairly enthusiastic 25kg dog has not managed to break it or come to any harm. If he gets to tugging it, I do distract him though to prevent prolonged stress on the cord.

BarkingHat Mon 03-Aug-20 08:40:15

Does it have a bungee cord? And if it does is that ok?

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ViperBugloss Mon 03-Aug-20 08:22:47

I have a Squishyface flirt pole.

BarkingHat Mon 03-Aug-20 07:56:44

We used a flirt pole at puppy training today and the dog loved it.

Trainer was quite anti bungee cord ones and suggested fixed non stretchy cord was better.

Any recommendations for a string decent one that won’t break? Medium breed.

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