This morning I took Caitlin for a walk at the canyon opposite Lake Murray, which is about 1/2 mile from our house. As we arrived, Caitlin leaned over from the back of the car and spat out about 1" of the extendable part of her leash onto the front seat. Rob will be able to repair it--luckily--as this is the fourth time she has chewed through this particular leash.
I had another extendable leash in the trunk. It started out blue, but is now pink, because she chewed through the nylon part on the way home from buying it at Grossmont Center (a five minute drive). Rob repaired it with a remaining section of the chewed leash that the La Mesa Animal Hospital had put on her the day she was spayed. Her leashes are getting shorter by the day.
We drove home without a leash so that I wouldn't have to ask Rob to repair 2 leashes in one morning. Is there such a thing as an unchewable leash (other than a chain)?