Dexas Releases Off-Leash Toy Line


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Dexas International Ltd. introduced a new toy line called Off-Leash. These toys have a common functional design element that allows them to dangle off the leash handle and be transported hands-free. Each item also has a keyhole opening and comes with a plastic key that is connected to a carabiner. Pet parents can twist the toy to line up the key with the keyhole in order to release the toy.

 

“Dexas is bringing our award-winning design and engineering innovations to the pet toys category,” said Jeff Logan, director of marketing for Dexas. “These durable Off-Leash interactive play toys certainly have that Dexas twist….you actually twist and turn the key attachment to lock the toy in place so it is securely hanging off the leash handle. Pet parents are going to love the convenience of never disappointing their best friend by forgetting their favorite toy!”

 

Three different shapes and designs of Off-Leash toys will make their debut – a wide-ridged ball, an oblong tumbler and disc-shaped flyer. The ball and tumbler are both hollow with access holes so they can be loaded with treats or challenging rewards. The soft rubber flyer is designed with a smooth outer rim, making it easier for the dog to catch or pick up and carry.

 

All toys are made from a tough, durable rubber called TPE that’s safe, non-toxic and BPA-free. Their raised nib pattern and ridges make toys easier to throw and retrieve. Random bouncing and tumbling action makes for unpredictable adventure. Lightweight with hollow chambers and special materials, all Off-Leash toys float for water adventures.

 

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