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Someone recently asked me about my running and how I currently feel about it. True, I'm not running 5 days per week as I have in the past. I'm not even running my usual 3. I think my new norm for awhile (maybe forever) might be 2 days a week.

How do I feel about it? I feel liberated. I feel like stepping outside of the model of runner to something bigger. Because I've said it before, and I will say it again, I am more than just a runner.
As I grow older with my family, I realize that life is constantly changing. I am constantly changing. And learning to embrace the change definitely makes for an easier transition. For probably the first time in my life, I am

My Thoughts On The Rad Dog Release N Run Leash

Disclosure of Material Connection: I received a Release N Run Leash for free from Rad Dog in consideration for a gear review. All opinions are mine and honest in nature

If you've been anywhere near me, then you know that Miles is a huge part of our lives. If you haven't met Miles, here is a picture of him when he was just a baby pup. Miles is a Mountain Cur.



Now, he will be 2 in December, and he's still just as adorable. He thinks he's a huge lap dog. He loves to lay on the back of the couch. It's ridiculous, but we love him.




He is my running buddy, but he's also Hubby's hunting dog. This means that he's outside a lot. When I run with him, he's usually on a leash. When he's with Hubby, he's usually off leash once they are in a safe place away from traffic. Hubby uses a tracking collar, but he needs a leash when they get near roads, or when he needs to make sure that he stays out of certain areas.

I wish we would have had the Release N Run leash when we were traveling. Miles travels great in his dog box, but of course every time that we stopped at a rest area, we needed a leash. He was ready to get out of the box, and we were scrambling to find his leash. If we'd had the Release N Run leash, his leash would have been on his collar!


The Release N Run leash is a 4 foot retractable leash that is built into the collar. Trust me, it's super convenient to have the leash built into the collar. From my testing, the leash and collar seem strong enough to contain Miles if needed. The Rad Dog website states that it is strong enough for dogs up to 110 lbs. I would love to take him out on the trail with the Release N Run leash, but well When Life Throws You A Curveball, sometimes things have to wait. So this will have to wait for now. But we'll be out there on the roads and trail in time.



Here is a quick video that I made to demonstrate how  the Release N Run leash works. As always Miles is ready to go!



So far I have been very pleased with the Rad Dog Release N Run leash. I think I'd like to check out some of their other products also. You can check out the Rad Dog website here and you can read more about the Release N Run leash here.



For now, Miles and I are staying close to home, but we'll be out there soon for more adventures.


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