Reflective Paracord Dog Leash **Makes a 5.5 ft leash!

Do not be afraid, that is not a picture of a snake! The paracord dog leash instructions blog will teach you how to make various dog leashes! You will learn why we are working with paracord, various knotting techniques, what crafting supplies you...

How to Make a Paracord Dog Leash Using the Seesaw Knot: 9 Steps (with Pictures)

Do not be afraid, that is not a picture of a snake! The paracord dog leash instructions blog will teach you how to make various dog leashes! You will learn why we are working with paracord, various knotting techniques, what crafting supplies you...

Reflective Paracord Dog Leash **Makes a 5.5 ft leash!

How to Make a Paracord Dog Leash Using the Seesaw Knot: 9 Steps (with Pictures) Keep subscribed as soon i will be posting instructables on how to make a paracord dog leash, and also a paracord dog harness for securing your pet while in your car!

How to make a paracord dog leash.

Great Instructable!

I am going to try and make this for one of my dogs.

What length of Paracord did you start with and how long was the Leash when finished?

Thank you,

Absinthe Dragon

How to make a paracord dog leash.


Why not celebrate your manliness with mans best friend?! This instructable will show you how to make a tough and durable paracord dog leash for you and your ...This instructable will show you how to make a tough and durable paracord dog leash for you and your friend! Take your pooch hiking, camping, or just outside your house! This leash will hold up in the toughest terrains and in tI have been meaning to get this written up for a while, so here we go! You will need a sturdy snap of some sort, strong enough for the weight of the dog you are using it for. Then two pieces of 550 paracord at least 25 feet long, giving you a leash about four feet long. I sometime just get the 50' cord and cut it in half no measuring that way! Also you can use two different colors to make the leash and it looks really good. Starting is the hard part on this project. The way that this leash…This tutorial consists of two parts, the first showing you how to make a perfectly functional paracord dog leash using the diamond braid. The second part shows you how to add an overlay (the orange cord on the photos) to the braid in order to make it a bit more bulky, as well as eye pleasing. This overlay is not a must have, but I do prefer a leash with it.There are quite a few paracord dog leash designs out there. From all these designs, I find the braided dog leash to be one of the best to make, mostly because of the ease with which it can be made, as well as the variety braids offer in terms of colors and sequences.You’ll need a few basic tools to make this project. A C-clamp, hemostat clamps, scissors, a lighter, a flexible measuring tape, a dog leash snap and paracord.