Nite Dawg LED Collar and Leash: Pet Safety Tools for RVers

RVers are often walking their dogs at different times of the day for exercise or the necessary potty break. Well, I’ve come across a couple of awesome tools for RVers and their dogs to be seen at night, especially in busy RV parks!

LED Dog Collar and Leash

Have you ever been walking your dog and noticed another dog and its person from far away with a brightly lit collar and leash? If not, there’s no doubt you would be intrigued. But what are they using? They’re using an LED collar and/or leash, like the Nite Dawg LED Dog Collar and Nite Dawg LED Leash by Nite-Ize.

How They Work

The leash uses a bright red, LED light core in the upper 18 inches of its five feet of length. There is a switch to choose either a flashing or glowing light. The other end attaches to your dog’s collar with a standard, but strong, spring clip.

The collar also uses a red LED light core with a switch to choose from flashing or glowing light. Like the leash, it’s made of durable nylon and is water resistant. It comes in sizes that range from extra small to large so you’re sure to find one that fits your dog.


Both the Nite Dawg LED Dog Collar and Leash come with a replaceable battery that lasts 75 hours in glow mode or 100 hours in flash mode.

Watch their video for a peek at these awesome safety products for those of you who RV with your dogs and need a safer way to walk your dog at night!



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Jeannie / Lead Writer, Tires & Tails

Hi, I'm Jeannie! I'm a full-time RVer with a lifelong need for travel. I used to be an elementary school teacher and had a dog training business in Washington State. I have had numerous pets throughout my life, and love to travel with them. I started my full time RV adventure with one dog and two cats. I currently have a dog who comes with my husband and me on our traveling adventures.

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