The leashes are very very strong and very light weight. they are made from materials used in equestrian and farming. You can get one shorter if you’re looking for training. $100. The collars are $75 and are for bigger dogs.

Me and Ollie featuring the black number.

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Jacket by “8 senses” Soho. Boots by “Wag Wear”.

Jacket by “8 senses” Soho. Boots by “Wag Wear”.


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Smaller dogs but still very strong.

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Giovanni, Leonardo and Clementine. Some loves of my life.

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They’re just too good to be true.

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The glorious Leonardo wearing the glow in the dark number. Plenty strong for him.

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This one glows in the dark………. we all love that right?

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Leonardo with a little glow.

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For Smaller Dogs.

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Clemmy with the drape

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Giovanni glowing.

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You all know Oliver?

I started with the gold leashes, which I still like, but I loooooove the plastic leashes. Very, very strong. Very easy to clean. Durable.

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Specially made for a Bull Dog.

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Lucite handle

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Ollie. Too good for words.

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Necklace for a Frenchie