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whether or not someone uses a shock collar, well, thats a debate no one will win. if someone wants to use one, they will. my problem is the fact that if MY dog is a on a leash, and YOUR dog is on an invisible one, what happens if YOUR dog decides to attack MY dog? my dog is stuck on a leash, and you would be shocking yours during the scuffle, probably causing your dog to attack even harder. fantastic. ::sigh::
InvisIble Dog Leash - The Costumer
When people think of electronic leashes, known more precisely as electronic shock collars, they imagine their dog trotting next to them in an unerring path as if held in place by an invisible force field. With this “miracle cure” for pulling or even running away, they envision everything they can do on their walk now that they can safely ignore their dog—listen to the radio, text-message their friends, or just power ahead in a daydream state. And even if a squirrel, cat or another dog crosses their path, they imagine that the invisible forcefield will magically hold the dog by their side.
The invisible dog leash is a classic gag
The following are comments left about Invisible Dog Leash from site visitors such as yourself. They are not spell checked or reviewed for accuracy.Imagine thins: 2,000 (!) people participated in yesterday’s mission in Brooklyn. For those of you who were not there – Improv Everywhere passed out over 2,000 “invisible dog” leashes and had everyone go for a nice Sunday walk in Brooklyn. If you were anywhere within a one mile radius of the Bergen St. stop in Cobble Hill today, you would have seen all types of folks very seriously walking their very silly dogs.You've seen them at the state fair or in novelty shops. The "invisible dog" leash can be fun as well as funny. If you've ever thought of making one yourself, it's not all that complicated. You can put yours together in no time and take your invisible dog for a walk through the neighborhood.He first got wealthy selling — plastic spheres attached to a string which made a clacking sound when knocked together. Then he came up with the Invisible Dog on a Leash. According to a May 1, 1983 profile of him in the Salina Journal: