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EzyDog introduces leash accessories for outdoor use

EzyDog introduces leash accessories for outdoor use

SANDPOINT, Idaho — EzyDog reveals some new inventive accessories that will make spending some leash time with a furry best friend even more enjoyable.

Ezydog Soft Touch extensionsEzyDog introduces Zero Shock Couplers and Zero Shock Extensions.  The Zero Shock Technology used in the award winning Zero Shock Leash is now incorporated into a tangle-free coupler and an extension to cushions pulls from the dog.  With the built in traffic handles, these 24 inch additions are sure to enhance any leash.  The manufacturer’s suggested retail price ranges from $18 to $30.

The new soft touch couplers and extensions feature EzyDog’s proprietary soft touch webbing.  The webbing is incredibly soft to the touch, the release noted.  These products feature reflective stitching for night-time safety as well as a built in traffic handle to keep your pup close when necessary.  The tangle-free feature of the couplers allow for no fuss walking of two dogs. The adjustable lengths allows for the correct length to be selected.  There is also a lite version for dogs under 40 pounds.  Add these items to any EzyDog Soft Touch Leash.  The manufacturer’s suggested retail price for the extensions is $14 to $18.

EzyDog products can be obtained by calling 877.339.9364 (877-3EzyDog) or by visiting www.ezydog.com.

The company also offers leashes, collars and backpacks for dogs that love adventure.

SOURCE: EzyDog press release

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