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Edwin R Peterson: Leash retractor. October 23, 1990: US04964370 (33 worldwide citation)

Plastic parts have press fit connections requiring no glue or sonic welding. In addition to animal collars the retractor mechanism is used in different types of housings for other purposes such as child restraint or pulling a suitcase on wheels. For use with an animal collar the housing has a leash ...


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Edwin R Peterson: Counterweighted pet leash retracting collar. Frank J Dykas, October 6, 1998: US05816198 (23 worldwide citation)

A pet leash retracting collar which includes a pet collar with reflective strip, a leash, a counterweight, and a leash retractor. The pet leash retractor collar is weighted using the counterweight so that the pet leash retractor rests in a position superior to the pet's neck, when the pet's neck is ...


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Peterson Edwin R: Leash retractor. Peterson Edwin R, DYKAS Frank J, February 21, 1991: WO/1991/001631

A leash retractor including a retractor subassembly (10) housed within housing (12). Subassembly (10) includes a spring activated leash spool (42) for reeling in leash L. Leash spool (42) is radially biased via coil retractor spring (45) which in turn is retained by retainer (66). Housing (12) has c ...


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Poop-up. May 15, 2014: US20140131377-A1

The concept of “POOP-UP” is a pet leash retractor with a reflective leash. This device would be similar in construction to a standard retractable leash, with spring-loaded retracting unit. The unit would measure approximately 9 to 10 inches long, 3 inches wide, and 6 inches high, with a rear handle ...


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AUTO-RETRACTING SECURABLE LEASH WITH PET ID TAG. October 25, 2018: US20180303069-A1

Disclosed are stylized leash cases containing an automatic retracting system with an attached leash and collar coupler, with the capability to secure the collar coupler into a columnar housing, thus allowing a pet owner to leave the leash case attached to a pet collar, thereby providing both an emer ...