Bubble & Spike’s Kickstarter aims to bring luxury to the world of pet training leashes

The “Super Slip Leash” is the newest invention of this all-female founding team, combining form and function in what they call “the most luxurious slip leash on the market.”

Dallas, Texas, United States - August 14, 2019 /MarketersMedia/ —

Bubble & Spike’s Kickstarter is live and looking for pet-loving backers to get their deluxe training leash product line to stores and online retailers everywhere.

The Kickstarter campaign ends on August 30, 2019, so be sure to pledge your support before the funding deadline.

When people think of pet accessories and training tools in particular, “opulent” isn’t a word many would use to describe most products in this category. However, these attitudes are likely to change soon thanks to the innovative product line offered by Bubble & Spike’s visionary development team this summer.

Aften Bell, former Fossil Group and Skagen Leathers accessories designer, Bubble & Spike co-creator, and founder of The Love Pit pit bull rescue in Dallas, Texas has invented a training leash like no other. Tired with the lack of durable and aesthetically-pleasing leashes in the market, Aften set out to create her own for daily use in her non-profit. Her mission: to ensure that no dog would ever be sent back to a shelter due to owner frustration over failed training experiences.

And experience was on her side: by fostering and successfully training over 800 dogs through her non-profit, Aften was able to test her designs and craft a specialized slip leash made with the enhanced functionality, durability, and style required by professional-grade dog trainers.

Eventually, her idea grew into a product line guaranteed to be loved by all dog owners, trainers, and enthusiasts alike who are committed to teaching their pets through balanced control, positive reinforcement, and a constant connection between animal and handler. Via their Kickstarter campaign running through August 2019, the Bubble & Spike team is committed to completing their funding goal and releasing the first Super Slip Leashes (as well as additional feel-good goodies) to their backers and the public at large.

The Super Slip Leash (patent pending) touts advanced ergonomic features such as an easy-to-place loop and a metal stopper to keep the leash safely positioned on the upper part of a dog’s neck at all times, increasing responsiveness and safety while maintaining their focus and concentration. The state-of-the-art kernmantle rope is made to be static (meaning that it will never stretch) and is naturally resistant to water and mildew, with deluxe hardware pieces that come in a beautiful range of high-end zinc alloy finishes. Made to optimally fit most medium-sized and large dogs, training your pet has never been easier or looked better than with the Super Slip Leash.

Click here to learn more about Bubble & Spike and to contribute to their active Kickstarter campaign.

About Bubble & Spike

Aften Bell, Megan McDowell, and Kelly Johnson are the trio behind Bubble & Spike, the luxury pet accessory and training brand behind the Super Slip Leash. Their mission is to create simple, easy to use, everyday training accessories with a fun dose of fashion while inspiring dog owners to get excited about training their pets.

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Website: https://bubbleandspike.com

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