Retractable Dog Leash with Flashlight
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Retractable Dog Leash With Flashlight


Rating: 4.2

Average rating from 12 reviews.

(4.2 out of 5, based on 12 reviews)

This uniquely styled retractable leash is shaped to resemble a dogs head. The nose is actually a high intensity flashlight for night walks. You can allow your dog as much lead as you wish with the push of a button. Quickly retracts for safe and convenient storage.
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Reader's Reviews (12)
Rating: 5

Looks very cool

posted 5 years ago

I'd like one of these for my daughter. It takes both her hands to walk the dog, it would be great to have the flashlight attached automatically.

Pros: great for kids

Cons: not sure

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Rating: 4

Protection in the evening

posted 5 years ago

The one we have with a flashlight is in a dalmation pattern. Good for walking in the evening on the street but becareful with that retractable feature. Sometimes you still can't see everything so don't let the line out too far.

Pros: safety

Cons: none

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