Barbour Wax Dog Coat

Barbour Wax Dog Coat
Barbour Wax Dog Coat
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Wax Dog Coat by Barbour
Keep your dog comfortable while you trek through rainy forests and frosty fields with the Barbour Wax Dog Coat. The rugged, waxed canvas exterior repels rain and resists tears from getting snagged on branches and sharp rocks while the soft tartan lining helps your best friend stay warm and energized.

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SKU: BAO00F4
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