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Vir-Chew-Ly Indestructible Dog Leash has been featured in a numerous online publications. Read what bloggers and responsible dog owners from Redmond, Oregon, and other areas have to say about our product.

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Where Form and Function Meet Fido, May 18, 2011

"I saw MuttGear's Vir-Chew-Ly Indestructible Leash on Dog Milk the other day, and I liked it so much that I'm not only going to repost it here, but I'm considering ordering a couple for Ming and The Dizz. The Vir-Chew-Ly Indestructible Leash, as you might guess from the name, is fiercely durable, made from flexible airplane cables that boast a tensile strength of 900 pounds, making them (virtually) immune to chewing, breaking, and tangles. These leashes are seriously not joking around."


May 9, 2011

"Dog Milk is a website dedicated to modern dog design, inspired by Jaime Derringer's love for her two modern pets, Lulu and Beans. She felt that there needed to be a place where modern dog lovers can discover new products and sniff out what's beyond the chain pet stores. Dog Milk strives to bring you the most cutting edge and modern design for your very best friend. Dog Milk is not a retail shop, nor do we sell anything from this website. We try to direct you to a website with every post. All of our funding comes from our supportive advertisers and affiliates links."

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Vir-Chew-Ly Indestructible Leash AD, Dog pulling Owner by Leash.

The Oregonian, October 26, 2010

Pet Talk: Portland Woman Develops an Indestructible Leash

The Oregonian

The Hollywood Star News, Portland, Oregon

"What? Another new leash to wear on my walks? I am not a leash chewer like some anxious dog breeds. I am a hefty boy dog as you know, and I promote safety while out walking. So meet Joslin Larson, my new BFF (for those of you who don't text, that's "best friend forever"). I heard about her product line of Vir-Chew-Ly Indestructible dog leashes and visited her workshop to get the scoop. Joslin, a former hairdresser and model who grew up in Northeast Portland, turned her passion for dog safety into a local business located on Northeast Broadway. Joslin's mom June Selis encouraged Joslin to start her own business, which she named MuttGear. Joslin moved from modeling to machinist. In her workshop, Joslin uses a 30-ton hydraulic press, crimping galvanized steel onto all colors and different sizes of leashes. She's pretty, smart and strong."