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Train Your Dog to Heel Like a Pro with The EasyLead


Standing Stone Supply Store offers the perfect solution for dog owners with their EasyLead. The EasyLead is a revolutionary dog lead that can help teach your dog to heel in just three easy steps. With its simple clip, slip, and flip mechanism, this lead is incredibly user-friendly. It simply outperforms standard leashes in a variety of ways.


Made in the USA, the EasyLead features high-quality stainless steel and brass hardware and a durable coated nylon cording that ensures it won't tangle or bind. Measuring 4.5 feet long, it provides ample length for walking your dog comfortably. Whether you prefer a vibrant orange, black, pink, blue, red, teal, neon yellow, or brown, the EasyLead comes in a range of attractive colors to suit your style.


One of the standout features of this product is its lifetime warranty against manufacturing defects, giving you peace of mind that you are investing in a reliable and durable lead. To sweeten the deal further, when you purchase the EasyLead, you can add the Standing Stone Supply Flat Collar to your bag and receive a discount automatically.


The EasyLead is available in two sizes. The Regular size measures 4.5 feet in length, while the XL version extends to 6 feet, providing extra space for larger or more active dogs. With its ease of use, high-quality materials, and attractive color options, the EasyLead is a must-have accessory for dog owners looking for a reliable and effective lead.



Best EasyLead Features:


  • Easy to use in three simple steps: clip, slip, flip

  • Made in the USA with high-quality stainless steel and brass hardware

  • Durable coated nylon cording that won't tangle or bind

  • Comes in a variety of vibrant colors - orange, black, pink, blue, red, sky blue, neon  yellow, purple and brown

  • Offers a 4.5 feet long regular size and a 6 feet long XL size

  • Lifetime warranty against manufacturing defects

  • Teaches your dog to heel effectively

  • Versatile and suitable for dogs of all sizes

  • Can be used for training or everyday walks

  • Can be combined with the Flat Collar for added convenience and a discounted price

How to Use the EasyLead


Our EasyLead can help your dog learn to heel in 3 easy steps:


1. Clip - Clip the lead onto your dog's collar.

2. Slip - Slip the lead around your dog's neck and back through the end of the lead. 

3. Flip - Flip the lead into a figure eight below your dog's head and pull the top of the eight up and around your dog's muzzle. 


Our lead doesn't just control your dog's pulling behavior, but it actually teaches your dog how to heel correctly with a "pressure on, pressure off" technique. As your dog progresses with heeling, you can transition from a halter-style lead, giving you full control over your dog's head, to a slip lead, and finally to a clip lead once your dog has a full understanding of the heeling behavior.  



The Importance of Heeling


Teaching your dog to heel is a valuable obedience exercise that helps to keep your dog close and under control during walks. Using the EasyLead can assist in this process.


  1. Start in a Distraction-Free Environment: Begin training in an area where there are few distractions so your dog can focus solely on you and the task at hand.

  2. Introduce the Heel Cue: With the dog on the lead, start walking and use a cue like "heel" to signal to the dog that you want them to walk close to your side. You can use clicker training or positive reinforcement to encourage this behavior.

  3. Use the Lead: If the dog pulls ahead or strays, use the lead to guide them back to the correct position by your side. 

  4. Increase Difficulty Gradually: As your dog becomes more comfortable with the heel cue or command, practice in areas with more distractions, and increase the duration and complexity of your walks.

  5. Be Patient and Consistent: Teaching a dog to heel can take time and patience. Be consistent in your cues and corrections, and always start with positive reinforcement to encourage the desired behavior.


For more information on utilizing the EasyLead check out some of our videos below.








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