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Tie Out Cable for Dogs Up to 250 Pound

Amazon.com Price: $19.99 (as of 09/04/2023 05:22 PST- Details)

XiaZ Dog Runner Tie Out Cable for Dogs Up to 60/120/250 Pound, 10ft 15ft 20ft 25ft 30ft 40ft 50ft 60ft 70ft 100ft 120ft Dog Lead Line for Yard, Camping, Park, Outside.



UPGRADED CLIPS: XiaZ dog cable design 360° swivel clips with high grade zinc alloy, ultra strong and lightweight, allows 360°rotate at any time, your dogs will be able to move happily and safely around you without getting all tangled up.

HIGH QUALITY: Our tie-out cable is made of galvanized steel wire rope with PVC coating and has rigorously quality tested.

Has high tensile strength and impact toughness.

Good corrosion resistance, will be reliable to use.


ANTI-RUST AND REFLECTIVE: The vinyl covered dog leads for yard and all hardwares are made to protect against rain and rust.

Reflective cable coating reflects light at night or in low light, providing additional safety for dogs.

40 FEET SIZE AND LIGHTWEIGHT: The length for dog run cable is 40ft long, only 1 pound,super lightweight, there is no burden even for samllest dogs, also easy to carry.

The dog line is very suitable for camping, park, yard, garden and other outdoor activities to provide great mobility for your pets, while ensuring that they are in a safe sight range.

EASE TO USE: The quick release clips be used at both ends, just hook the one end to the collar and attach dog to overhead trolley, attach to screw eye or stake, or clip cable to itself around tree with the other end.

If you have any question with our dog cable, feel free to contact us.

Warm tips: Please do not let your dog be tied alone for a long time, check your dog in time.

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