The leash is sometimes the most important thing between a dog and its owner. Not that Molly needs a leash, she is well behaved and listens good. But in the Park it is required to have ones dog leashed. So.
Nonetheless there is a clip or hook on one end and a loop for the hand on the other. All attached without the use of any thread or rivets.
Why not buy a new one, you could argue?
I am inclined to recycle and the leather is still fairly good higher up. It would be a waste not to give it a try.
I fixed that leash once before, about 7 years ago, but today I had a hard time recalling what I did then. Old age is creeping up on me :))
So this posting about the repair of the leash shall be a reminder "how to".
First I cut off the frazzled end, then I straightened the leather out on both ends.
Well, it took me about an hour to figure it out.
But, I did it!
Molly is 11 years, if the leash holds for another 7....