A dog tie out is a great way to keep your dog safe while also allowing it to stay outdoors without supervision. There are many different dog tie out ideas out there. The most effective and best heavy-duty dog tie out system is going to be one where you plant a stake into the ground, and use a chew-proof cable to tether them to the stake.
You will also want to use a system that has been tested to withstand heavy pulling, chewing, and to prevent tangling that could result in strangling/choking.
Which Heavy Duty Dog Tie Out Is The Best?
The right dog tie out is going to depend on your dog and your yard(or wherever you choose to use it). Tie outs are usually sold to accommodate your dog’s weight and that’s all you need to know!
They are also sold in different lengths to allow you to customize just how much slack you are willing to give your dog. This is an important feature that you should not overlook because you don’t want the line to be too long. There should be a clear boundary that your dog will understand. This will teach your dog how far it is allowed to move. Most cable tie-outs are sold in lengths of 15 feet to 30 feet.
If Your Dog Keeps Breaking The Tie-Out Cable
- Keep your pet TOTALLY SAFE and SECURE. SURFACE-LOCK ELIMINATES side-to-side MOVEMENT providing SUPER STRONG HOLDING STRENGTH!
- Raised platform RESISTS TANGLING and ELIMINATES BREAKING SWIVELS commonly used on other tie out stakes. Made from 10 mm SOLID chrome plated STEEL.
- EXTREMELY DURABLE CONSTRUCTION. Clip the dog tie out cable right onto the metal stayk. You can also hook the clip onto the ring that is attached to the shaft.
If you find your dog keeps breaking his tie-out cable, it may be time to invest in something a little better. Most dogs are cunning escape artists, especially if they feel they want to go exploring. You would be surprised just how crafty any single dog can be when it has the will to do something. Pair that with bored and curiosity and you’ve got a little troublemaker on your hands.
- 25-Feet, lightweight and ultra strong tie-out cable for dogs up to 90 lbs
- Reflective & anti-rusty vinyl cover for extra safety at night
- Crimp and swivel clip covers for stronger ends and rust protection from rain
It’s not enough to just buy a metal cable that can’t be chewed through. Your dog can break the buckle that holds the cable if it puts enough tension on it. These buckles are usually the part that doesn’t last the longest, and is the part you should be mindful of.
Most dog tie out cables and stakes have the same buckles, and that makes all of them as effective as the weakest buckle. By getting a tie-out cable that has a hardy buckling clip, you can rest easy knowing your dog is enjoying the outdoors safely.
For making sure your dog is getting exercise, consider taking your dog for a run. See our list of best dog harnesses for running to make sure your dog has the best conditions for safely running with you.