Live life unleashed with made-in-America products from Rad Dog and let your pooch enjoy the wonderful outdoors!
Brian Dagnon brought Rad Dog to life after a train run in the foothills of Colorado. He began formulating an idea of how to run with a dog without carrying a leash. the first product of Rad Dog, the Release N Run Leash, was born.
This innovative dog accessory allows the retractable 4-foot leash to be stowed in the collar when not in use, meaning less equipment to carry when out on the trails with any four-legged friend. Made for dogs weighing up to 110 pounds, the Release N Run is made of climber webbing, Cordura, and Spectra cord.
The leash was the beginning of a company that now offers feed bags, pocket bowls, and more!
Going out for the weekend with your dog? Pack the Rad Dog feed bag to carry along dry food. With two compartments for food and accessories, the bag rolls up smaller as food is emptied out. Don’t forget the bowl! Rad Dog’s Pocket Bowl folds up to the size of a camera battery and works for both food and water.
Don’t forget the bowl! Rad Dog’s Pocket Bowl folds up to the size of a camera battery and works for both food and water. Waterproof, lightweight and small enough to put in your pockets, this accessory is a must when taking your dog on any run or trip.
If you want to let your dog run free when out on the beach or on a trail, try out the Double Duty leash. This leash clips around your waist or shoulder when you set your pet free. Even better, it’s so secure it won’t bounce around while you explore!
Know somebody who loves dogs just as much as you? Consider a gift pack for a birthday or any holiday. Rad Dog features multiple products in each gift pack, including the Double Duty Leash, waste bags, dog treats, Pocket Bowl and running bottle. Owner and pet both will be delighted with these durable goods.
Rad Dog strives to create simple products to allow you and your dog to enjoy the great outdoors, so pick up any of these fantastic accessories to take your adventure to the next level!
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