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 are 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.
Posted by John Woestendiek December 15th, 2009 under Muttsblog.
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