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Petloc II Secure Locking Dog Leash

Keep your pet safe and secure when out and about with the Petloc II Secure Locking Dog Leash. Its every dog owner’s nightmare that their beloved pet might be stolen when left unattended even for the shortest period. Loaded with security features, this clever dog leash thwarts pet theft and stops thieves in their tracks. It has two separate built-in combination locks and high-grade galvanized steel wire throughout so the leash can’t be cut through easily. One lock is on the custom, made-to-measure collar and the other is at the end of the leash. With this, the leash can attach and secure in seconds to fences, lamp posts, and more to keep your dog in place outside shops or in parked cars. The welded D rings also ensure your dog will not wiggle out of it. Coming in black, the leash also features a silver reflective strip for safe walking at any time of day.

Petloc II Secure Locking Dog Leash
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Galvanized Steel, Polypropylene Cushion Webbing
2x Locks, Steel Wire Body, Welded D Rings, 3M Reflective Strip
Made to Measure
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This has got to be one of the more worthless items I have seen. Never a good idea to leave a dog tied alone to anything. If you can't keep the dog with you, then leave it at home where it will be safe. 

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