I just read your comments on your pictures, and unfortunately I can believe that someone would return a Pug because they snorted too much. My Angus's dad was returned to the breeder because he had a sore eye and they could not cope with it, even though it was explained to them that Pugs eye's were delicate and needed care.
We have a member over in England that is looking for a lead somewhat like the one you have, hers has come unlatched a couple of times, I have not seen a lead like this. Could you please tell me who manufactured it, it looks sturdy and will lock onto itself, I will be walking four pugs at the same time off one lead (I brace them at their end) I could use something like this myself. Thanks.
Oh indeed they do. A little history for you on mine....Walker (father and retired show dog) Malia (mother and a psycho) Jebadiah (older brother and not banging on all cylinders) and last is Sir Lucas Munchalot, little brother and 7 weeks old tomorrow. And there you have it.
"Hi Sophie, I am sorry to say we lost Hektor on the seventh of November last year. He contracted Glaucoma and at first he was responding to treatment, then he wasn't. He was in so much pain that we could not let it continue. The sad thing was…"