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Tangle free pet restraint

Image Number 2 for United States Patent #6374777.

A pet restraint constructed from an elongated stake having a leash-receiving section positioned near the upper end of the stake and a ground-insertable section at the lower end of the stake. At least one snag-free surface member having a ground-engaging element is connected to the stake near the leash-receiving section and extends between the leash-receiving section and the ground to provide a snag-free, tangle-free pet restraint. The snag-free surface member is preferably further adapted to maintain the upper end of the pet restraint at a certain height from the ground so as to be conspicuous to any passerby.

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