Thursday, March 5, 2009

Weekly Invention by InventionHome.com – “Pet Belt”

InventionHome announces their Invention of the Week – “Pet Belt”.



Independent inventor Roy Garcia enlisted the help of InventionHome to assist him in finding marketing/licensing opportunities for his invention, "Pet Belt".

Do you feel like you are fumbling with too many things when you take your dog for a walk? So much stuff and nowhere to put it! That is exactly how the Pet Belt came to be…

Independent inventor Roy Garcia decided that he wanted to provide pet owners with a specially designed utility belt that would hold a variety of items needed while on a walk. The innovative Pet Belt will even allow for hands-free dog walking. The belt fits around the waist and has two pocket-type compartments that will allow for the secure placement of an mp3 player and cell phone. Other storage compartments will hold smaller items such as keys, change, a garage door remote, and more. A small zip top bag component will hold dog treats and another can be used for waste bags. There is also a unique cup-holding component for a beverage to be placed at the waist. Each compartment can be removed and replaced along the belt, as desired. Several heavy-duty clips are permanently positioned along the belt enabling the pet owner to connect the leash to the belt. This keeps the animal secure during a walk while hands can be used for other important tasks such as cleaning pet waste.



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1 comment:

Zippy, Sadie and Speedy said...

What happens when you're walking two large dogs and they both decide that rabbit need chasing? Having done the dumb thing of hooking one large dog to a belt and being dragged, on dirt thankfully, I can't recommend EVER attaching a dog leash to a belt.