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EzyDog Zero Shock Lite Leash for Smaller Dogs

The EzyDog Zero Lite is a high spec, shock-absorbing webbing dog lead that actually works! A 180cm leash with a highly sprung bungee system that absorbs any sudden shocks made by your dog. It is soft, durable, reflective and will not lose its tension over time. The Zero Shock Leashes combine the ultimate comfort, control and protection, while not compromising on style and quality!

The EzyDog Zero Lite is designed for small dogs.

This version of the Zero Shock Leash is made from narrow 15mm webbing, meaning that it is lighter in weight than the standard versions

Zero Shock™ Technology:

Zero Shock™ Technology is the advanced shock absorbing component in the centre of the leash that cushions and eases the pressure for both the owner and the dog.

Super Soft!

EzyDog's own blend of super soft, double density nylon makes this dog leash a pleasure to hold. It is then finished out with reflective trim for night time safety and an additional neoprene lining in the handle.

Features:

* 'Zero Shock' technology to protect against sudden jolts

* 180cm in length

* Utilises a soft neoprene lined loop handle

* Made from EzyDog proprietary soft touch™ webbing

* Reflective webbing

* Accessory D-ring

COLOURS: Blue;
Bubble Gum; Black;
Candy; Chocolate;
Blaze Orange;
Red; Purple

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great leash. The 'zero shock' takes some of the stress off, when walking my dog that pulls. She seems to be more responsive on our walks.

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great leash. The 'zero shock' takes some of the stress off, when walking my dog that pulls. She seems to be more responsive on our walks.

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