WAW is the innovative anti-shock system designed to be in step with your four-legged friend. It preserves against jerk trauma and makes the dog walk a pleasant and relaxed moment.
  • 1. It preserves the dog from cervical trauma and injuries

    With a normal leash every sudden jerk can cause the animal traumas and cervical segment micro-injuries.
  • 2. It preserves the guide against sprains and dislocations Sudden jerks can lead the guide to wrist, ankle, shoulder and back strains and twists
  • 3. It preserves puppy during the growth ...because the doggy is still weak and at this stage walks are very frenetic!


It works in a very simple way: does your dog pull strongly? WAW starts immediately stretching with a slight resistance at the beginning. The resistance is proportional to jerk intensity and its duration. Tests done by experts show how WAW absorbs and reduces up to 40% of the jerk stress.

Your dog walks with you without pulling, in the meanwhile WAW monitors your walk discreetly.
Your dog has just seen a cat!
WAW stretches and absorbs the jerk.


  • 1. WaW When pulling, WAW guarantees a progressive soft release: each time the dog pulls, WAW slowly lengthens and when the dog releases, WAW gets back to its starting position. Therefore the dog and its guide always keep a proper posture, and walks become relaxing and safe for both of them.
  • 2.Ordinary leashes The major issue with ordinary leashes is stiffness. The lack of cushioning can cause in the dog and its guide potential trauma and threaten their safety. Furthermore, with ordinary leashes the animal and guide's barycentre is unstable, threatening stability and balance.
  • 3. Elastics or springs With this kind of lashes the problem is the extreme elasticity: suddenly, after a decisive jerk, the dog can be out of the guide’s control, with all that can occur then. During traction, leashes, springs and elastics alter the dog's posture to the so called “Pendulum Effect”, which is extremely risky for the cervical segment. WAW, on the other hand, keeps the animal's (and its owner's) natural position unchanged, Therefore doggy keeps moving freely as if as if it were alone.