Keep your dog close while exploring the great outdoors with the American Kennel Club Tie-Out Dog Cable. This heavy-duty cable is ideal for keeping your pooch tethered while camping, hanging out in a park or enjoying a sunny day in the backyard. The durable galvanized steel wire rope is designed to be lightweight and ultra-strong. It features a red PVC coating that’s crack and rust-resistant, while metal reinforcements at both ends help prevent the cable from becoming worn and broken. The 20-foot cable length is perfect for letting paw-tners up to 100 pounds explore and enjoy being outside—while also staying safe and secure!
- 20 feet of heavy-duty cable helps keep pups up to 100 pounds tethered while enjoying the great outdoors.
- Features durable galvanized steel wire rope—designed to be both lightweight and ultra-strong.
- The red PVC coating helps prevent cracks and damage from rust.
- Includes metal reinforcements at both ends to prevent wear, tear and breakage.
- Loops easily around trees or posts and can be clipped onto leashes or bicycles.
Inspect item before use for any damage. Discard if wear is evident and replace product. Never leave a dog unsupervised during use. To prevent serious injury to your pet, never tether your dog near any obstacle in or on which the dog can become entangled or suspended. Do not leave your pet connected to this product during inclement whether including excess heat or cold. Always make sure shelter and water are in reach of your pet. Use caution when connecting the cable to you pet. Make sure your hands and feet are clear of the cable incase you pet lunges. Always connect the cable to a collar or harness. Do not connect this item to your dogs collar or harness if its loose or worn. Keep in mind that any determined animal may still be capable of pulling itself free from this product as with all similar devices. Security of this product will depend on the material into which its embedded. always use with caution.
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