Filson Short Dog Bowl

Filson Short Dog Bowl
Filson Short Dog Bowl
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Short Dog Bowl by Filson
Keep your pup hydrated on the go with the Filson Short Dog Bowl. Oiled cloth and nylon construction allows for the bowl to easily be folded up and stowed away or clipped onto a backpack by the hang loop.

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SKU: FSN00AC
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