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YYLI Double Dogs Lead 2 Way Iron Chain Leash Coupler Twin Pet Tr

$11

YYLI Double Dogs Lead 2 Way Iron Chain Leash Coupler Twin Pet Tr

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Product description

Size Name:S

description:
Material: chromium plating process to improve the durability and perfect gloss can easily be firmly fixed to the lifting ring.
For dogs: two dogs walking, jogging and training of ideal belt.
Hook design: This is the classic dog training heavy chain coupler, chrome-plated steel. The chain does not tarnish or break. Designed for small and medium-sized dog large dogs.

specification:
Product Name: double-headed pet dog leash
Size: 2.5mm * 40cm 3.5mm * 60cm
Weight: 82.4g 243.8g
Features: a chain of multi-purpose, two buckle buckle direct use as a pet collars. When tied with a leash: a buckle on the collar, an additional button on the handle, pet leash cages and other fixtures. When using a long rope traction reinforcing cord: traction rope length is short or insufficient, the FDA on a collar with a buckle, and further an interlocking traction rope, traction rope extended length.

package:
1 * Dog leash

Sale: have any questions please contact us, we will respond to you within 24 hours if you receive a dog leash!

YYLI Double Dogs Lead 2 Way Iron Chain Leash Coupler Twin Pet Tr

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