BLIND DOG - Standard 120cm (4ft) Lead

Features:
  • 120cm in length
  • 25mm width 
  • Luxury padded neoprene handle
  • 3 words embroidered in black on each side (6 total)
  • Anti-rust nickel plated clips

WARNING: Not suitable for tiny dogs such as chihuahuas. Customer feedback deemed the leads too heavy for tiny breeds

Exchange & Delivery

  • All items sent daily via Australia Post from Sunshine Coast, QLD
  • 500g standard post 3 to 6 business days - $8.50
  • 500g express post 1 to 2 business days - $11.35
  • Further cost above 500g, totalled at time of check out
  • Exchange & Refund Policy

                Customer Reviews

                Based on 11 reviews
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                F.B.
                'Im Blind' Lead

                Customer service and item is awesome, would definitely recommend

                j
                j.l.
                well made, and easy to read

                the lead is sturdy, strong and well made. thank you

                T
                T.
                Great blind dog lead

                I purchased the lead as my dog has gone blind. The lead is strong and well made. I feel more confident going out with her in public. It was delicered quickly... no issues at all.

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                L.P.
                Handy warning

                The coat provides clear warning to the humans in the park as he zooms around (they don’t believe he’s blind until he runs into them, which is best to avoid).

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                K.
                Great quality!

                Polo had the blind dog harness as a puppy but now he is all grown up he needed an upgrade. I am very happy with the quality, and they are so comfortable for the dog and handler. People always ask before petting and even better I'm seeing parents explaining to their children how to interact with a blind dog, its always a positive experience!

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