Today we’re announcing a new giveaway we know your four-legged pal will love! This week we’re partnering with Rad Dog to give one lucky canine a FREE Release N Run retractable leash!
This leash is truly one of a kind. The leash sits nestled inside the dog collar – it can easily be extended when a leash is required, or retracted and hidden away when the leash is not needed. It’s the perfect thing for those walks when you need to leash your dog at some points, but not others. This product normally sells for $39.95, but we’re giving it away for free in our giveaway this week.
We’re so excited to be giving away this amazing, one-of-a-kind product – best of luck to all our contestants!
Dates of Giveaway: This giveaway runs from December 16 to 22, 2015.
How to Enter: Use the Rafflecopter form below. The more entries you put in, the better your chances will be of winning!
Who is the contest open to? This contest is open to residents of the United States, as well as Canada. Must be 18 or older to enter. Detailed Terms & Conditions can be found here.
Even if you don’t win the contest, be sure to check out the Release N Run on the Rad Dog website, where you can buy it anytime!
About Rad Dog And Release N Run
Here’s a nice blurb from the Rad Dog website about the origins of the Release N Run!
Simple, innovative, and fun from the beginning, the idea for our company started on a trail run in the foothills of Colorado.
While enjoying the freshness of the Rocky Mountain air, I was exploring the latest scent on a nub of sagebrush. I couldn’t help but wonder how I could run with my friend’s dog without having to carry his leash. Thus, a very crude version of the Release N Run was born. I purchased a janitor’s keychain, and a needle and thread, and cut my climbing webbing to pieces to sew together a retractable leash and collar in one. After meeting my wife and her dog, Fletcher, we continued to test and refine the RNR on many hikes, trail runs, in-town walks, skiing adventures, and boating outings up until Fletcher’s last days with us.”
We manufacture RNR in a studio in our backyard. We have college students who sew for us and they work very flexible hours, which works well with their class schedules. They become part of our family since we work so closely together.