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" Im very sorry to say but I have noticed a few things, most of you guys and this site recommended a leash 1. If your suggie is bonded to you tightly in the first place your not gonna need a leash because if and the glider has bonded correctly and you take your pet out it will want to stay with you no matter what. When you leash your glider you are risking hurting it's gliding membrane. Imagine harnessing your glider buddy and it decides to leave your shoulder to glide a good distance and it glides the distance that the leash allows, all of a sudden there's resistance that pulls on that membrane, imagine how painfull that is!! If your a glider owner you should know better!"

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