German shepherd dog’s ‘super leash’ can help him ‘bend’ at the waist

GERMANSHIPS, Germany — A German shepherd named “Lucky” is being hailed as a model of strength after his new waist-length leash.

The dog is named after the legendary German shepherd who would bend over to greet strangers.

Lucky’s new waist leash is made from a durable, non-toxic nylon material.

It was created by German breeders who are now offering it to pet owners in a number of states, including California.

“It’s amazing, it’s a real model,” said Kristina Hahn, a pet owner in California.

“He’s a super hero.

He’s the best.”

Lucky is a German shepherd with a unique way of doing things.

He doesn’t sit and wait for people to approach him, he’s a very active dog and can sit on his hind legs to stretch and bend over, even for a short distance.

Hahn said Lucky has always been playful and loves a good hug.

He has had a lot of trouble with other dogs in the past, but now he’s on the right path.

“He’s definitely more confident now, more self-aware, and he has been given the right training,” Hahn said.

“Lucky has been working very hard to get back to the best condition possible.”

Lift the leash up, Lucky can bend his head back, and you can see the soft fabric at the base of his neck.

“Lift it up, lift it up!”

Lucky can bend over with ease.

“I’m excited to see how he gets on with people, I know he’s very well adjusted to people, and I know the people are very well adapted to him,” Hain said.

Lift up the leash and you’ll see the nylon at the end of it, and a zipper.

It opens to allow Lucky to go over the dog’s back.

LifespanThe new waist belt can last up to four years, and Hahn says she hopes it will encourage people to try and take their dogs for walks.

“With Lucky, we’ve been able to show him that it’s not just for him,” she said.

“We’ve been very happy with the results so far.”

Loyalty and discipline are the keys to happiness.