Hamilton Reflective Dog Leash Review #hamiltonpet

by Heather


I have two dogs. I’ve mentioned that before. I have a small fenced yard. It’s bigger than a postage stamp, but it’s still not huge. You know what happens when you put two dogs in a small yard? The yard becomes pretty much unusable by anyone else. The hubby goes out to mow it and pretty much has to be hosed off before he’s allowed inside. So we have resorted to walking our dogs more. And that’s okay because it gets us outside to walk and it keeps the back yard less destroyed. But one thing you need when you are walking two dogs are strong leashes (well, you also need collars; otherwise there is nothing to hook the leash onto. Umm, you also need dogs, otherwise there is nothing to put the collar on, but that is probably implied).

So we usually walk the dogs in the evening. In the spring and summer that’s not a big deal, but in the fall and winter it can get dark pretty early and we end up walking the dogs in the dark. That can be a problem. Have you ever been driving along a road and almost run over someone that you couldn’t see in the dark or during twilight (the time of day, not the vampire novel)? I know I have. The problem is that I don’t have a lot of reflective clothing and I don’t really want to be road splatter.

Our solution is simple. Reflective leashes from Hamilton. These are stylish yet functional. We have a 4 foot and a 6 foot leash. For starters, I love the fact that there is a shorter leash. Since I’m not tall, that makes it easier to control the dog I’m walking. The hubby uses the 6 foot leash. The best part however is that when its dark out, these leashes are super reflective. This allows anyone driving down the street to actually notice us rather than turn us into road splatter.


About the Hamilton Reflective Dog Series

Hamilton Reflective Dog Series Collars, Leashes and Harnesses are designed with safety in mind and feature two highly reflective threads woven into fashionable striped patterns guaranteed to compliment any coat. Our reflective line features highly reflective threads woven directly into the webbing of our collars and leashes increasing your dog’s visibility and safety at night and in low-light conditions.




Disclosure: Free product was received to facilitate this review in conjunction with Tomoson.com. Regardless, all opinions expressed are still 100% my own. Please note that this post may contain an affiliate link.

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micheleash1961 May 15, 2015 - 1:16 am
LOL! I told you before, I just love reading your reviews! You always make me laugh! Thanks for the Fantastic Review on Hamilton Reflective Dog Leash Review #hamiltonpet! Well, my backyard is pretty big and I have 2 little Shih Tzu's, so there is much room for them to run and play! However, it would be nice to have a leash that reflects the light whenever we go camping and take the dogs out at night! When you go to an RV park (that's my kind of camping!) there is always cars coming in and out. I don't want to be a splash on the road either! These leashes look like they are very well made as well! They seem to be pretty strong and I love that you get 2 and one is slightly smaller than the other! You are crazy walking the dogs in the winter! I will not leave the house when it's freezing outside! I put my fur babies' sweaters on them and let them outside (I don't allow them to be out too long before I'm calling them to come in - Yeah! like they listen! HA). Thanks so much for sharing your fantastic review, the pictures of the leash, and your personal and professional information on Hamilton Reflective Dog Leash Review #hamiltonpet with all of us! You know that I honestly do appreciate it! Thanks again for the terrific read! Michele :)
Sherry Keef May 17, 2015 - 3:45 am
I like that as you said: This allows anyone driving down the street to actually notice us rather than turn us into road splatter.
lisa May 21, 2015 - 12:11 pm
That's a good idea. I hate it when people walk their dogs in the middle of the street and use those leashes where the dog can run wherever it wants.
Linda Manns Linneman June 15, 2015 - 8:51 am
I love this idea. I will have to check it out for our dog. Thank you so much for sharing

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