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Doog Neoprene Clip It Lead Gromit Extra Large

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I258301-Doog Neoprene Clip It Lead Gromit Extra Large
I258301-Doog Neoprene Clip It Lead Gromit Extra Large I258301-Doog Neoprene Clip It Lead Gromit Extra Large I258301-Doog Neoprene Clip It Lead Gromit Extra Large

Product details

SKU
I258301
Description

The DOOG 'Clip It' lead allows you to easily and quickly tie your dog up outside your favourite coffee shop or grocery store without fiddling about looping leads through handles. The quick snap clasp goes from being a dog handle to a lead fastener in one click!

Features
Clip on handle to tether dog to pole or tree
Adjustable length Adjustable handle
Super soft
Clip it around your body to walk hands free
Can extend to a longer length of 160cm.
Size: 160cm long x 2.5cm wide

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