Leather Pitbull Pull Tab for Close Control

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  • Model: L8###1072 Short Lead/Lead-Traffic Leash


Easy-to-handle Leather Short Leash with Nappa Padding

Do you agree that an ordinary long leash does not suit all the purposes? Sometimes, your dog should be taken under the close control, i.e. when getting him out of a car or handling your pet in a crowded place. You are offered a great alternative for a long leash - Leather Dog Pull Tab. This short leash does not provide your pet with enough freedom of movements and makes him/her walk close to you. Even if your Pitbull is going to free and starts pulling too hard, the handle won't cut your palm because of an energetic jerk. The padded with soft Nappa leather handle is wide so that nothing of the kind will happen to you. A durable snap hook is also sturdy not to be broken under the high tension.

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 Pitbull Leash with Support Material

Pitbull Leash Padded with Support Material on Handle

Short Pitbull Leash for Daily Use

Pull Tab Pitbull Leash for Everyday Walking

Key features of this Pitbull Leash:

  • Genuine leather
  • Snap hook of brass-plated steel
  • 3/4 inch (20 mm) wide waxed leather
  • Stitched handle
  • Nylon threads
  • Super soft

Intended to use of Pitbull Leash:

  • Training
  • Walking
  • Training

Sizes available:

  • 6 ft (180 cm)


  • Black
  • Brown

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Strong Snap Hook on Pull Tab Pitbull Leash

Short Pitbull Leash with Brass Snap Hook

This product has a rather simple construction. It consists of a handle and properly riveted to it snap hook. So, it gives you an opportunity to lead your dog wherever you need. Strong and comfortable, this pull tab will become your indispensable assistant in easy dog handling.

The leash is made of the most durable and reliable material - a first-grade natural leather. In order to increase the tensile strength of the tool, leather was manually polished and coated with wax. Thus, it will serve your pet through the years and save you from the necessity to buy a new leash in the near future.

A special soft padding protects your hand while sudden jerks. It is lined with Nappa leather for pleasant feelings when holding the leash in hands. A sturdy snap-hook equipped to the pull tab for you to attach it easily and quickly to your dog's collar. It is carefully secured with small rust-resistant, as well as the snap hook itself, rivets for additional durability. Corrosion will not cover the brass hardware and it will look like new for decades.

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...to start reading this and the other useful article from the beginning please click on here....When do you seek immediate care? If your pet has a seizure that has lasted more than 5-10 minutes without stop, they need to be seen by a veterinarian immediately. Within 30 minutes of continuous seizing, the risk of brain damage skyrockets, and it will take time to get to your veterinarian or the emergency clinic. Don't confuse the post-ictal behavior (blindness, pacing, agitation, etc.) with the seizure itself. The post-ictal behavior can frequently continue for hours. If the post-ictal behavior is prolonged or severe (for example the animal is at risk for hurting themselves or behaving aggressively), it may be worth a trip to the veterinarian even though they aren't actively seizing. Repeated seizures can also be dangerous. Clusters of seizures have a tendency to progress to continuous seizures (status epilepticus). If you pet has 3 or more seizures in a day, they also need to be seen immediately. Plan ahead If your dog begins to seize, know what you need to do so that both of you are safe. Will you need to close a door to a stairway or room that could be hazardous? Move furniture, unplug lamps, or remove items that could fall over? Will other pets need to be restrained or shut out of the area? Sometimes other pets will be confused and can act aggressively toward the seizing pet, so it may be best to remove them when a seizure starts. If your veterinarian has prescribed rectal diazepam or other emergency-use drugs, do you know where they are and how to administer them even under the stress of a seizure? Where is the phone number for your veterinarian and/or the nearest emergency clinic? What is the best route to get there and how long will it take? Don't speed or otherwise violate traffic laws; you won't be able to help your companion if you are in the hospital from an automobile accident.....to continue reading this article please click on here...

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