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90,00 zł / szt. Cena brutto, zawiera 23% VAT

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1. If you want your dog to be more visible after dark you can choose to add reflectors above. Add 3 elements at each end of the leash. Reflectivity does not extend the lead time of your order. With reflective accessories we do not recommend machine washing or drying on a radiator.

2. Do you need a longer leash? No problem - choose the right length and we will sew it. Lead time up to 7 days plus shipping.

According to the law, personalised products are not returnable.

The 20mm leash has a classic mini snap hook - recommended for tiny dogs and cats.

Small snap hook 63mm - recommended for small and medium dogs up to 10-12 kg.

Due to the end of production of this type of carbine, we are gradually switching to a new medium spring carbine. It has the same strength and application as the flat one. When ordering a leash with a small carabiner for 25mm tape, you can get a product with a spring or flat carabiner.

Large snap hook 81mm - recommended for large and medium dogs.


Strong, double-sided, colorful tape.

Duraflex fittings, durable clip hook.

Rules for leash care:

If you want to remove small dirt, just wipe with a damp sponge dipped in warm water. For heavier dirt, the leash can be washed by hand or in the washing machine at 30 degrees. Use a gentle washing mode with 700 maximum spin. Before putting in the washing machine, it is best to wrap the leash in some material (we will avoid knocking on the washing machine, which may cause scratches on the fittings). The product should not be chlorinated, starch, ironed, bleach, mechanically dried or dry-cleaned. After washing, remember to hang it up so that the leash can dry thoroughly.


Remember that the cardboard packaging can be reused - it works great as a packaging for bags or dog / cat delicacies - see the upcycling tab for more inspiration!

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