Dexas Introduces Off-Leash Toy Collection



Dexas revealed its off-leash toy collection, a line of interactive pet toys that attach to any leash handle or backpack. 


The collection's toys hang and swing freely from the leash handle while on the move. The off-leash toys feature a specially designed key, attached to a carabiner, that inserts into a keyhole opening. With a twist, the toy hangs freely from the leash for hands-free, slobbers-free carrying. Owners can twist again to release the toy. 


The off-leash toy collections includes a "Reaction" ball, a Flyer and a Tumbler. 


The “Reaction” ball has built-in grooves that help produce a random bounce when thrown, engaging a dog’s natural prey instinct. The grooves and nibs also make it easy for dogs to pick up and carry during play. The ball's hollow chamber allows for treats to be hidden inside.


The flexible off-leash Flyer is durable yet lightweight for floating on air or water. The ridge along the outer edge is pliable, which helps with catching and retrieval during a game of fetch. If flipped over, dogs can drink water out of the Flyer. 


The Tumbler's “stick-like” design makes it easy for dogs to grip and carry. The elongated shape and rounded ends cause the toy to flip end over end when thrown. Like the "Reaction" ball, it's also hollow. 


The off-leash collection includes matching leashes and collars, all made with nylon webbing and a reflective stripe for early morning or nighttime safety. The leash features double handles for pet parents to gain instant control when encountering other dogs, small children or crowds. There’s also a D-ring underneath the handle where the off-leash carabiner attaches.


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