How should the dog leash be used?
There is a dog leash called a p-chain because it is shaped like a p. When we were holding the dog, a section of the dog leash was worn around the dog’s neck in a p-shape. The place where the chain exits is on the right ear, not above the neck. As long as we exert force, the dog leash will tighten, and the dog will follow the owner’s lead and walk as soon as it is tight. When the rope relaxes, the dog will naturally eliminate the discomfort. But it should be noted that generally when we use the left hand to lead the dog, we will use the P-shaped method to put the dog on the leash. If you are holding the dog with your right hand, you usually use the Q-shaped wearing method. And remember not to wear it backwards, otherwise the dog’s neck may remain tight.
The grip of the dog leash is also very particular. First of all, put one end of the dog leash on the left thumb. Then use the little finger and ring finger to press on the rope that is placed on the thumb. Then turn the wrist holding the rope to the right, palm down. Pinch the dog leash with your thumb and index finger. Retract it back to the starting position. Repeat this many times until the length of the dog leash is appropriate. Always pinch the dog leash with your index finger and thumb, and finally hold the dog leash with your five fingers together. Of course, the requirement of this kind of action is usually only used during the game. In normal times, the owner can be more natural, as long as he grasps the dog leash tightly.