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27+ Unique Australian Dog Leashes For All Occasions

27+ Unique Australian Dog Leashes For All Occasions

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Dog leashes come in many different variations, materials, and colours. And a few of them are part of the basic equipment of every dog owner.

It’s not uncommon to have 3+ of them. Many dog owners have a normal, every-day leash for daily walking, a nice leash for special occasions, and a couple more for different types of sports.

Leashes are a great tool to communicate with your dog, to control them when needed, and to guide your dog to where you want them to be.

A suitable dog leash is particularly important in busy areas to prevent accidents. But it also helps to control your dog in all other areas, especially if your dog doesn’t have bulletproof recall.

With literally thousands of dog leashes on the market in all sorts of different sizes and colours, it can be difficult to know which one is best for you.

In this article, we’ll explain the different types of leashes to you, and show you product recommendations from Australian brands. From rope leashes to leather leashes to macramé leashes, there’s something for everyone. Let’s dig into it.

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Rope Dog Leashes

Not to be mistaken for paracord leashes, rope leashes are often made from cotton with different knotting techniques. They are a great fuss-free leash: light-weight, often beautifully designed and durable.

Queensland

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New South Wales

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Queensland

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  • Only the finest marine grade rope and fittings are used in this handmade leash from the Gold Coast.

Leather Dog Leashes

Leather dog leashes are a popular choice, in particular for dogs that already have a leather dog collar. Leashes made from leather are often used by dog owners due to their pleasant texture and smell, as well as their longevity.

Northern Territory

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Victoria

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  • If you’re looking for a colourful leather dog leash, you will like this one from Lulu Loves Shop.

South Australia

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Eco-friendly Dog Leads

Luckily there are a few different options when it comes to eco-friendly dog leads. Look for products made from hemp, 100% cotton rope leashes, or leashes that incorporate post-consumer recycled plastic into their product. Vegetable tanned leather products can be a planet-friendly option too. 

New South Wales

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  • Crafted in Sydney in small batches, the handle of this eco-friendly leash is made from recycled pet shampoo bottles, and the attached rope is made from recycled PET bottles. 

Victoria

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New South Wales

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Paracord Dog Leashes

Paracord leashes have recently become very popular. They’re made from a durable material that’s also used for climbing. 

South Australia

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New South Wales

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Victoria

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Split Dog Leashes

If you walk more than one dog at the same time, you might be interested in a split dog lead.

Victoria

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Victoria

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  • This product comes with a lifetime guarantee on workmanship and materials.

Victoria

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Macramé Dog Leashes

The word “Macramé” refers to the knotting technique that’s been used to make these beautiful leashes.

New South Wales

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Queensland

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Pink Dog Leads

If pink is your colour check out these beautiful leashes from Australian brands.

Tasmania

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New South Wales

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Victoria

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Velvet Dog Leashes

Looking for something unique? You might like to get your hands on a soft velvet dog leash.

Tasmania

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Victoria

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  • These leashes are handmade from strong nylon webbing in velvet ribbon.

Victoria

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Other types of Leashes

Here are a few more popular types of dog leads you can get in Australia.

Long Training Leash

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Retractable Dog Lead

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  • Retractable dog leashes can be great to give your dog variable length during walks. It’s best to only use them with dogs that are already leash-trained to avoid accidents.

Hands-free Leash

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