Normal solid to soft grounds also with stones, PetPeg – aluminium 33 cm long, wrench size 17mm, torque max. 70 Nm
PetPeg is a soil anchor with a shock absorber to leash dogs, cats and all kinds of pets. It is usable in a broad variety of soils. With our flexible hook, the height is adjustable and therefore the tension should always be as close as possible to the ground. This activates the leverage effect and the PetPeg stays secured in the ground. Just easily put the spring on the ground and screw the PetPeg trough the spring eye. Please screw as deep as possible with either the portable electric drill or by hand. Afterwards, check the PetPeg for tight instalment in the ground. Our PetPeg is suitable for Pets up to max. 45kg. The shock absorber prevents the leashed animal from harming itself. Attention: Due to always varying ground soil, different application behaviour and varying animal physique, the final obligatory supervision of the Pet lay with the owner!
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Pack Contents: 1 Aluminium peg with spring and leash clip
Length Overall 330mm,
Length of Thread 190mm,
Width of Thread 35mm,
Width of head just below the hex head 15mm,
Weight – Peg & Spring 298g.
17mm Hex Head,
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From normal solid to soft ground even with stones, the aluminium screw in PetPeg is an ideal ground anchor with shock absorber for leashing dogs, cats etc., which can be used in most soils. Due to the flexible height adjustment of the spring, the tethering forces are always are at ground consequently the PetPeg remains firmly anchored. Simply place spring on the ground, screw through the open eye of the spring, screw the peg in as deep as possible, manually or by cordless drill. Then check on a fixed seat. The PetPeg is suitable for pets up to. Up to 45 kg. The spring shock absorber prevents your Pet from getting hurt by its own force.
Note: Since soil conditions and application behaviour can be very different and thus also the pull-out forces, the final duty of supervision remains and is incumbent on the keeper.
Check out the following short video – (not that the dog tries very hard!!)
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