Filson Dog Bowl

Filson Dog Bowl
Filson Dog Bowl
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Dog Bowl by Filson
Whether you take your pooch hunting, hiking, or on every road trip, the Filson Tin Cloth Dog Bowl ensures your best friend won't go thirsty. Throw it in your pack pocket or clip it on the leash for easy toting.

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SKU: FSN000R
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