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Ezydog Leash Zero Shock 48 Black

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SKU
I249058
Pet
Dog
Tethering Type
Leads
Description
The Next Generation of Shock Absorbing Dog Leashes! This is definitely an innovation worth shouting about - A high-spec, shock-absorbing webbing dog leash that actually works! We have meticulously designed a highly sprung bungee system that effectively absorbs any sudden shocks made by your dog. Furthermore, it is soft, durable and will not wear over time. The Zero Shock Leashes combine the ultimate comfort, control and protection, while not compromising on style and quality! Super Soft! Our own proprietary blend of super soft, double density nylon makes this 180mm leash a pleasure to hold and outrageously strong. We then finish it out with reflective trim for night time safety and an additional neoprene lining in the handle. Traffic Control This extra handle is positioned near your dog's collar giving you quick and secure control of your dog when required (only available on the 48 version) Features: 'Zero Shock' Technology to protect against sudden jolts Utilises a Soft Neoprene Lined Loop Handle Made from our Proprietary Soft Touch Webbing Accessory D-Ring 'Traffic Control' handle located at the end of the leash for when you need close control of your dog
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