Best Sellers Rank: See Top 100 in Pet Supplies. ASIN: B015QEBTHW. Manufacturer: IntelliLeash Products. Date First Available: October 2, 2015. Item model number: 76071. Product Dimensions: 13.5 x 4.5 x 3.5 inches; 1.3 Pounds. Is Discontinued By Manufacturer: No.
Intellileash Products Intelli-Stayk Dog Tie-Out Stake with Special Surface Lock Technology. Prevents Pulling Out and Bending.
Keep your pet TOTALLY SAFE and SECURE. SURFACE-LOCK ELIMINATES side-to-side MOVEMENT providing SUPER STRONG HOLDING STRENGTH!
Raised platform RESISTS TANGLING and ELIMINATES BREAKING SWIVELS commonly used on other tie out stakes. Made from 10 mm SOLID chrome plated STEEL.
EXTREMELY DURABLE CONSTRUCTION. Clip the dog tie out cable right onto the metal stayk. You can also hook the clip onto the ring that is attached to the shaft.
Rust Resistant. EASY and CONVENIENT to take with on a CAMPING TRIP or an outing!
FAST AND SECURE INSTALLATION! BUY ONE NOW FOR PIECE OF MIND THAT YOUR PET IS SAFE AND SECURE!
My dog outsmarted this thing. She dug around the orange cap and then circled around the limits of her leash pulling in different directions until she finally yanked it out of the ground. She then proceeded to dart across the yard, and hop the neighbors 4ft fence with her 15ft leash and this dragging behind her. I found the tie out and leash in their front yard where her collar finally broke. Thankfully by the time I had realized what happened, she was already back in my yard and unhurt. She’s a very smart dog, like a evil genius super villain. For that I only took off a star. Clearly not design for super villains. For a more normal dog, this would probably work out fine. -After I returned it, I put the leash around one of the trees in my yard only to watch her through the window jump up on her hind legs and bite the branches while barking and yank/pull on the branches hoping to get free. Dang dog picked a fight with the tree. Too bad for her though, the tree won. Justice prevails! >:DRead more
K. Needels –
Low quality and potentially dangerous for your dog. While I was finishing installing this the main metal body actually came apart leaving me with nothing but a red plastic stump in my yard. The only way to remove it was to smash the plastic to pieces with a crowbar to expose the main screw body, which thankfully then unscrewed out easily without prying (see photos). I now have an ugly divot in the yard but I am actually happy this fell apart while I was installing it and not while our dog was running towards something in the street. I absolutely do not recommend this product and I will be looking for something of higher quality to take its place.Read more
Lisa L –
I have 120 pound husky/Belgian malinois mix. She is NOT a dog that is tied out, my personal opinion is that a dog is a part of the family and belongs with the family so my dog, actually all 3 of my dogs are house dogs. The only time they’re outside is to relieve themselves or on a nice day when I am outside too. My yard is large, fully fenced in and when out they have the run of the yard. The only time I ever have to tie her up is if I’m doing yard work that requires me to have my gate open and am going in and out because she will run out the gate to be by me and then possibly into the road which I can’t risk so rather than stick her in the house when I’m outside in the yard, I put her on a cable that reaches just to the gate but stops her from going out it. My 2 other dogs are older and know enough to stay in the yard but she’s still young and she will run out the gate if it’s open. So I got a cable with a spring shock absorber and I bought This ground stake to attach the cable to. The very 1st time she was on it, it pulled out of the ground and she came running out the gate with the cable and ground stake attached. So I got the hammer out, twisted it in a new place with harder soil and once it was all the way screwed into the ground I actually hammered it below the soil level so not even the orange part was above the ground. Second time, she ran to me ripped it out of the ground even though it was hammered below soil level in hard soil after being fully screwed down. Final attempt, I got some quick setting concrete and dug a hole put the concrete in the hole in then put this in the cement, All that was exposed was the very top metal ring so I could detach the cable from the ground stake. She ran to greet me and the metal broke! The cement worked to hold the stake into the ground but this time the triangular shaped part where you attach the cable actually split in half and she was free. The problems with this is that I noticed is it’s not nearly long enough to go far enough into the earth to prevent a powerful dog from pulling it out, but also the material it’s made of is clearly week, probably hollow aluminum and doesn’t withstand much pressure before it breaks. At that point it went to the garbage, useless . What a waste of money.Read more
E. Laws –
Worked Great!! We had a camping trip and both dogs were required to be tethered or leashed at all times on the camping grounds. Our dogs are between 60 and 70 lbs, but they’re also not big pullers cause they’re elderly and mostly just slept and hung out so I don’t know that I’d recommend tethering more than 100lbs. of rambunctious behavior to this stake. Make sure you have a screw driver or a hammer with a solid handle so you can turn the tie out all the way into the ground and anchor it properly. On a personal note I don’t recommend tying dogs outside permanently without proper shelter or housing in harsh temperatures or severe weather conditions. ****ALWAYS be aware of your animals well-being and make sure they’re well fed and given clean water daily.****Read more
For most dogs this is more than adequate. Its worked for 3 months. The ground may have been a bit wet. My Corso tugged at it for 5 minutes while i took groceries to car. Pulled it right out. Ground and all, I couldn’t be angry with him. Its his job to pull Ill try it again. But i wont trust it 100 percent.Read more
David Faig –
Works great, even when the ground is wet it still stayed in place and doesn’t start to rock back and forth loosening the ground.Read more
Pro-Tip: bring a tool to grip the top handle for leverage as you install this. I found that the claw on the back of a hammer works perfectly. Alternately, I’ve used a pair of pliers as well. In reality, we rarely manage to insert this thing all the way to the ground so that the orange safety cap really does its job. But my dog (~50 pounds) is not a tremendous puller, and it is certainly safe enough for him.Read more
Kris Hanlon –
Good and sturdy. While I was gone one day my neighbours decided to play badminton I’ve our adjoining 4 ft fence, the husband hopes over our fence ( I have cameras 😉 ) and proceeds to move all the items in my garden out of his way and trips on this ground spike in the process, at this point the husband (quite a large fellow) begins to tug, pull, and dead lift this spike out of my garden (I assume he had no idea it was a screw
We’ve only used it once but it went into the clay at the edge of the stream easily (see pic) and removed easily but still held his pulling well! Our dog doesn’t like other dogs and the picnic site/stream borders a public footpath. Usually this means one of us has to hold him on lead the whole time the kids are swimming, which isn’t exactly relaxing. This product was great as we could tie him on a shortened leash to keep him off the footpath and next to our picnic while we all paddled. We still had to fend off a few unleashed dogs from approaching him – he lunged a couple of times when they got too close and the tie down held firm. He is an 8 year old rottie and weighs about 40kg (he’s lost a bit of weight recently).Read more
I have always doubted these but finally decided to use one to take my dog away camping for the first time. My Dog is a strong 33kg chocolate lab and there is no way he was going to get this out the ground. The plastic cap is a great feature that stops the screw from being pulled side to side and loosening. The only way a dog will pull this out is if the ground is too soft.Read more
It’s more expensive than some others in the market but you pay for what you get. It feels very secure and robust. On the one occasion my dog made a dash for it when camping, her harness broke (not ideal) whilst the stake remained securely in the ground. An excellent product which was perfect for our camping trip.Read more
Jane halls –
Bought this to clip my Beagle and Husky onto as we own a motorhome so when were on site they can be outside. Worked brillant they both were pulling on it at times when dogs came past, that’s about 50kg weight. It did not move the tie from the ground at all. Would definetly recommendRead more