Introducing Luca – a combo Leash and Collar

Introducing the new “Luca” leash – the all in one collar and leash combo that makes it quick and easy to get out the door fast.

dog collar leash combo

This unique all in one leash and collar, offers great control when walking, exercising or training. The leash is 5.5 feet (170cm) in length with a rope thickness of 9mm (.35″) for the “Standard” and 6mm (.23″)  for the “LITE”. The quick slip on and go fitting, makes it ideal for both quick walks around the block or longer journeys.

Make training a breeze!

The Luca Leash offers the ability for the handler to give a controlled quick and gentle correction that eases when the pressure is released. It is a fantastic leash for teaching your dog to walk comfortably beside you and great for teaching new tricks. Please be aware, no slip collar or leash should be left on a dog that is tied up or unsupervised.

Designed for Large and Small Dogs

This Luca leash has been designed for both Large and Small dogs in mind. The leash includes high quality extra strength climbing rope and unique polished metal hardware and is available in both “Standard” and “LITE” sizes.

Features:

  • Collar and Leash in one
  • High quality climbing rope
  • Unique metal slider – won’t rust!
  • Silicon stopper

Check out the Luca Dog Collar Leash Combo in our store to see all the colors and get yours today!

Why Has NYC’s Dogsized Fallen In Love With EzyDog?

 EzyDog – Award Winning Active Dog Products

We fell in love with EzyDog when we saw their leashes. From just looking at their products, you can see that they build their dog products based on sports technology!

We also love that they incorporated zero shock technology into their leashes as we’ve all experienced that horrible jerk at the spotting of a squirrel. EzyDog also has come up with some other great leash variations from the coupler (2 dogs on one leash) to the multi-function vario.
We got the opportunity to interview EzyDog to get more of an inside look of their company and inspirations.

Read the entire interview here…

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