It doesn't matter if your dog is loose or leashed, or if you've posted "Beware of Dog Warnings."
After he'd leashed the huskies up to the sled, Winkelmann deftly zipped me into a tarp-like blanket.
A leashed dog flitted from pickup to semi to tour bus, sometimes pulling its handler as it charged ahead.
Marines on skis and snowboards, several with leashed canine companions at their sides.
I have heard stories about leashed Pit Bulls killing other dogs.
In the faint gleam from the outside incandescents, he fell to untying the strings by which the suits were leashed to the lines.
His whole body was a quivering vehicle for the leashed soul of speed.
He was bound to her, he was leashed to her, and he must go begrimed and bedraggled to the dregs of life with her.
Tobin and McCane growled at each other like leashed fighting-dogs.
She will drop all her fun and frolic, and scud along brave and bare agin the wildest gale that ever leashed a coast.
"thong for holding a dog or hound," c.1300, from Old French laisse "hound's leash," from laissier "loosen," from Latin laxare, from laxus "loose" (see lax). Figurative sense attested from early 15c. The meaning "a set of three" is from early 14c., originally in sporting language.
"to attach to or with a leash," 1590s, from leash (n.). Related: Leashed; leashing.