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PAWZ Safespot Locking Dog Leash

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PAWZ Safespot Locking Dog Leash

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PAWZ Safespot Locking Dog Leash

Millions of dogs are stolen each year, for resale, for ransom, bait in dog fights, lab testing, and cult rituals. We have all seen the signs around the neighborhood, dog stolen, reward offered. Paws has developed a locking pet leash with an integrated lead and collar to secure any sized dog with the ease of a standard leash. Leave the leash unlocked for a quick walk or lock it for when you need security. When locked the collar cannot be opened. For a perfect fit on any sized dog simply push a button, adjust the length, and set. It's quick and easy. And once set the collar cannot be removed but pulling it over the dog's head. Now you can bring your dog with you more often and to more places. Take your dog on errands for more exercise with greater peace of mind. With a comfortable ergonomic design, no detail has been neglected. We're all looking for more quality time as a family and more and more that includes our dog. Imagine being able to take your best friend when stopping for a take out coffee, going to the post office, the food market, or dropping the kids at school, even leaving your dog in the car with the windows rolled down. There are an estimated 2 million dogs stolen each year. By comparison, only 300,000 bicycles are stolen annually. Regardless of the actual danger, nobody leaves their dog leashed outside without a constant worry the family won't be there when they return. Steel cable enforced, you can secure your dog to any sized object, fence, tree, even inside your car. The locking dog leash has a one button adjustable collar to fit any size pet and a locking handle with a single button, adjustable strap to fit around any immovable object. Both ends may be locked with the key, but when security is required or left unlocked for a quick walk when security is no concern. You lock your Schwinn. Why not you schnauzer?