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A dog off leash
A dog off the leash
A dog off its leash

Which ones are correct?
How do we say the opposite a dog in leash?
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A dog off leash(perhaps in Britain)
A dog off the leash a leash is better
A dog off its leash

Which ones are correct?
How do we say the opposite a dog in leash?
A dog on a leach
A dog with its leach on.
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