Hurtta Life Savior

Hurtta Life Savior
Hurtta Life Savior
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Life Savior by Hurtta
The Hurtta Life Savior is a PFD life jacket designed for dogs, because Fido can't swim the entire time you're on a river trip. The Life Savior is surprisingly light and free-moving so you don't have to take the jacket off every time you take a break on the sands, and its adjustable straps ensure a quick, easy, comfortably secure fit.

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