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Product Description

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Enough Space, Enough Safety

Use this tie out, not only provide your dog enough space to move in the yard, roam on the road, but also keep them in a safe distance, in the line of sight.

Freedom and Control, all in your hands.

Product Parameter --- Up to 60 pounds, 15 feet

Package Measurement: 6.69 in *6.69 in *0.7 in; 0.6 lbs

Cable Material: Steelamp;Aluminium Filmamp;PVC

Structure Features: Crimp Coveramp;Reflective Cable

Grade: Medium

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Cable with Spiral Stake

Petest Reflective Tie-Out Cable for Dogs Up to 35/60/90/125/250

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