PAWW Pick Pocket Leash
Where to Find: Paww.com
The Lapdog household was first introduced to PAWW products a year ago when we reviewed their Pick Pocket Pouch and Treat Toob. We adored both of these innovative products, so when we were given the opportunity to review another item from their line, the Pick Pocket Leash, we gladly accepted.
With four dogs, I'm always up for trying new leashes! They seem to be one of those things that you can never have enough of. I have leashes stashed all over the house, in all of our cars, in our doggy travel bags and in places leashes should not be. Some might even say this Crazy Dog Lady has a little bit of leash problem like she has a yarn problem...
The Pick Pocket Leash handle features a buckle which allows you to quickly turn your leash into a tether at any time, without having to unclip it from your dog's collar. Whether you're at the beach, a bbq or out shopping, you can easily tether your dog to a pole or chair and free up your hands for eating or paying the bill (warning: if said dog is large or hyper, tethering to the chair you're sitting in at the family bbq while your Dad bribes his grandpuppy with a hot dog might not be the best idea). This style of handle is a little awkward and takes some getting used to, but once you do get used to it, you're good to go.... for a walk!
Made of double rip-stop nylon with a mesh backing, the Pick Pocket Leash is designed to feel soft and comfortable in your hands, while remaining durable at the same time.
If you're looking to simplify your dog walking process and have a truly "grab and go" leash, try out the Pick Pocket Leash today! The built in poop bag dispenser means you won't have to be looking all over the house for that other separate dispenser. Plus, when you don't need to have poop bags handy, it provides more room to store the good stuff... treats! Your pooch will sure thank you for the time you save grabbing her leash while she's doing the pee-pee dance!
Disclosure: PAWW sent the Pick Pocket Leash to Lapdog Creations, free of charge for review purposes. I was not compensated for this review and all opinions expressed are my own.