Barbour Leather Dog Lead

Barbour Leather Dog Lead
Barbour Leather Dog Lead
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Leather Dog Lead by Barbour
With a name like Sir Ivan the Third, your distinguished, dopey-footed mutt requires a lead-line that's a bit more refined than the average nylon webbing strap--say, something like the Barbour Leather Dog Lead. This luxurious dog accessory exudes a genteel look with its rich leather construction and aged brass accents.

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