Rascodog ReadyLeash

Doggie Do!

One day, while designer Eric Sugalski was walking his pooch Oscar around Chicago and dodging those dog park landmines, he had a lightbulb moment. There was a need for a better leash that actually encouraged people to pick up dog waste. He went to the drawing board, and after testing several prototypes, Rascodog ReadyLeash was born. (Rasco is Oscar spelled backwards — well almost.)
Rascodog ReadyLeash
Rascodog ReadyLeash
Doggie Do!

One day, while designer Eric Sugalski was walking his pooch Oscar around Chicago and dodging those dog park landmines, he had a lightbulb moment. There was a need for a better leash that actually encouraged people to pick up dog waste. He went to the drawing board, and after testing several prototypes, Rascodog ReadyLeash was born. (Rasco is Oscar spelled backwards — well almost.)

Team Grommet loves this handy product so much, let us count the ways:The bags are cleverly built into the unit. It has an adjustable-length leash which gives you the right amount of control for any setting. It comes with a supply of biodegradable bags. It can accommodate two or more dogs at a time (weight limit 50lbs per leash).When it comes to doo, it makes it oh-so-easy to do the right thing.— Emily L.