Supporter of Blind and Visually Impaired Individuals Debuts Collars and Leashes



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Envision Industries, a division of Envision Inc., a not-for-profit trade association dedicated to improving the quality of life and inspiring those who are blind and visually impaired, has introduced PetNV, a line of reflective pet collars and leashes. The line leverages Envision’s years of experience producing reflective belts, vests and other apparel for the U.S military.


The collars and leashes were developed to protect pets and their owners in low-visibility conditions. The products pair the highest-quality reflective material available with high-strength webbing and reflect light up to 1,500 times brighter than white fabric. Made of durable vinyl infused with prismatic technology, the waterproof products are made to withstand high force while allowing for a quick release in an emergency. The collars and leashes are available in five vibrant colors and two collar sizes.


Along with the product introduction to the pet industry, the organization’s manufacturing division, Envision Industries, joined the American Pet Products Association (APPA).


“As we identify additional channels through which we can move our products, we will look to take an active role in leading organizations like APPA that can help us gain a stronger presence among core customer segments,” said Michael Monteferrante, president and CEO of Envision.

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