Duck leash on the rise in Queensland as more people use the leash

Posted June 01, 2018 12:36:17 The number of people who use a duck leash in Queensland has increased by 40 per cent over the past year.

Duck leash owners in the state say the trend is a sign that more people are interested in using the devices to get around.

It’s a lot more of a conscious thing, and a lot of people are using them, and we’re seeing a lot less people use them, because they’re not really in the habit of doing it, said Mark McNeill, owner of Duck & Co. “I have been using duck leashes for 20 years, I’m sure I have, I just don’t like to use them for a lot longer than that,” he said.

In Queensland, a person is deemed to be in “in the habit” of using a duck leash if they are in a “regularly and regularly-used” environment.

For example, they are at home, walking or jogging, working, on their feet, at work, at school, at a friend’s house, at their own home, or at a sporting event, the ABC understands.

When they are not in such a regular environment, a duck’s owner can ask for a “temporary” use of the leash, but they are still considered to be at the “inhabitants” level.

Mr McNeill said there was no set rule for how long a person could be using a Duck leash, and some people would be willing to use it for days.

He said it was more common for people to have the duck leashed for just a few minutes or a few hours at a time.

They might be wearing a harness or a harness harness that has a strap attached to the end that is not attached to a leash, he said, but there was nothing stopping them from being outside without a leash.

The trend in Queensland may be linked to the introduction of the “buckle-like” device, which is used to hold the leash on a person’s back.

A spokesperson for the Queensland Department of Primary Industries and Technology said the company would be investigating the issue.

This is something that we will be looking at, they said.

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