Traditional fisherman rope woven in New England is hand-spliced and stitched with local waxed thread. Clever touch: you can wear this orange adjustable leash two ways. The O rings can be moved up and down the rope, so the leash can be hands-free around your body when you’ve a coffee and a cell phone in your hands; use it old-school when you can handle a regular leash.
Want to draw attention to your adopted dog? The orange rescue leash is perfect for getting people’s attention, and inspires conversations about this important topic.Read the brand story
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- Features 2 clips and 2 movable rings
- Solid-brass hardware
- Measures 7' long
- Size is measured by thickness (small being the thinnest leash)
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Made in the U.S.A.
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The Brand Story
Take two rescue pups named Walter, a chance meeting, and a common desire to help animals, and you’ve the formula for Found My Animal. Bethany Obrecht and Anna Conway met walking their rescue Chihuahuas, struck up a friendship, and turned their art and design skills into a business selling dog leashes and collars. Crazy but true.
“We made our first three-strand, hand-spliced and whipped rope leash for our rescue pups back in 2006,” says Bethany. “So many people stopped us in the street to admire our unique nautical leads that we decided to share them with others.”
Launched in 2007, Found My Animal is much more than a pet product company, though. “Our mission is to help promote animal welfare through celebration of animal adoption in a very direct way,” explains Bethany. “Let your animal wear the message. By encouraging one person at a time to look into rescuing instead of buying an animal, we hoped to form a company that would deliver that simple but very important message.”
Found My Animal products feature New England marine-grade nautical rope and waxed thread, giving the collars and leashes an authentic look and sturdy design. The company sources domestic leather, which is vegetable-tanned by Wicked & Craig tannery in Pennsylvania. “They do everything the old-fashioned way,” says designer and owner Bethany. “Nothing strange or unnatural is put on the hides. It’s beautiful English bridle leather, super-durable.” Found My Animal goes out of its way to find high-quality U.S. products for its leashes and collars. “We take pride in domestically sourcing all of our materials,” says owner Bethany. “We are a B Corporation, and proud to be one.”
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|S||5–12 lbs||7 ft||6 mm|
|M||12–30 lbs||7 ft||8 mm|
|L||35+ lbs||7 ft||12 mm|