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A dog chastity belt: “Stop it, block it, lock it”

We’re going to withhold comment — since we’ve no experience with it — on how new, effective and convenient a product this is.

Don’t let that stop you, though.

Here, for your consideration, is the dog chastity belt, or PABS, which stands for Pet Anti Breeding System, invented by Dexter Blanch of Shreveport, Lousisana, who, as you can tell by his shirt, is president of Highly Favored Creations, LLC.

Blanch’s motto, when it comes to protecting the virtue of bitches in heat is: “Stop it, block it, lock it.”

Blanch touted his product at this year’s Westminster Dog Show where, according to him, it was a big hit with breeders.

The strap-on, machine washable device allows dogs to carry on with their bodily functions, but prevents any unwanted and accidental breeding. According to the website, Pabsforpets.com, the belts areĀ a good alternative for owners that cannot fix their pets for health reasons, and for breeders who don’t want their prized bitches accosted/wooed by non-purebreds.

The standard model starts at $65 for small dogs and costs $85 for large ones, and the sanitary pads are extra.


Comment from Anne’n’Spencer
Time December 15, 2009 at 1:30 pm

Gee, I commend the entrepreneurial spirit, but these gadgets have been around for yonks. I clearly remember as a youngster that our girls had special pants to wear when in heat. They had to come off when the dog was answering Nature’s call, but they worked just fine and allowed the gals to be in the human part of the house without messing up the furniture or carpets. The trick is to keep the pants on until the dog is ready to go, keep her on a leash, and take a water pistol along on walks. A squirt from the pistol and a stern “You get away from her!” generally does the trick. Or if she is small, you can carry her to the place where she takes care of business. It’s only a few days twice a year, and people who can’t or won’t exercise some due diligence should get their dogs spayed–which they probably should do anyway. If this sort of thing is of interest, check out pantsfordogs.com, where you will find cummerbunds for the boys, panties for the girls, and soft versions of those plastic “elizabethan collars” they have to wear when they’ve got ear or head injuries. The products are a real help for dogs who are ill, very old, or incontinent as well as for ladies at “that time of the year.”

Comment from Debbie Sloan
Time December 22, 2010 at 9:17 am

I have a Shitzu who is coming into season and is to young to mate. Can you send me a price on a chastity belt for her and when can I receive it will pay by Visa

Comment from jwoestendiek
Time December 22, 2010 at 9:58 pm

Sorry, Debbie, We don’t sell chastity belts, or anything else .. we just write about stuff.