Transcript from Steve's Video:
Today we're looking at the SportDOG check cord. We sell a bunch of different kinds of check cords. It's really more of a preference as far as what you like. What I like about this one, it's a rope style check cord. It's designed to be tangle free. And so, in the field it's less likely to get bunched up.
Beyond that, it's a good cord. I like orange cords, especially on birddogs. It makes it easy to see in the field. This one is just a little bit smaller. It's got a smaller snap, so it's going to work with a smaller dog.
Check cords are a big deal. I'm amazed at the number of folks who try to train dogs without them. It's probably the most important thing, especially with a young dog, and prior to making that transition from off leash to e-collar work. A check cord is a key part of that. And so, find one that you like, fits your hands well. I like about a 30 foot cord working with most situations.
This is one of those that's just a good all around, solid piece of gear.