Barbour Waterproof Tartan Dog Coat

Barbour Waterproof Tartan Dog Coat
Barbour Waterproof Tartan Dog Coat
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Waterproof Tartan Dog Coat by Barbour
When you're out for a walk or a hike in chilly, wet weather, slip your furry friend into the Barbour Waterproof Tartan Dog Coat to keep them warm and protected from the elements. Its face fabric sheds moisture from rain or dew while the fleece lining keeps them warm in chilly temperatures. The reflective binding on the outer edge ensures you'll be better able to keep an eye on them during early morning or late evening adventures.

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SKU: BAO00F9
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