Friday, September 13, 2013

Keep dogs safe with lighted leashes

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My younger children don’t know this, but I’ve really been wanting to get a dog lately. When my oldest daughter was young she wanted a dog and I told her she could have one when she got her own home because taking care of someone else is costly.

That is, of course, what I have been telling my younger children ages 9, 8 and 6. Adding a pet to our home would increase costs for their food, care and health. Not to mention abiding by the leash laws and keeping him safe when we are out of the home.

Lighted LED Leash -Customer's Top ChoiceBuying a leash is probably one of the easiest things to do to maintain the dog’s safety and when I found out about lighted dog leashes I was pretty excited. Since most dog owners walk their pets in the early-morning hours and after dark, having a leash that is illuminated is a good idea.

When visibility is poor then those operating motor vehicles will be able to see you and your pet clearly. You can also get a lighted dog collar or harness to go along with it. KeepDoggieSafe.com has quite a few choices and right now is a good time to get their top customer choice of lighted dog leashes because it’s on sale for $24.99 (that’s $5 off regular price).

Now I know what type of leash I’d like my dog to have… Maybe in the near future the leash will have a pet attached to it.