KAVU Buddy Bowl

KAVU Buddy Bowl
KAVU Buddy Bowl
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Buddy Bowl by KAVU
Kavu's Buddy Bowl is a dog bowl that you can take backpacking with your best friend. Its cotton canvas construction is durable and packs down for packed backpacks, and the lining has a PU coating for watertight protection. The rope cord cinches tight to secure any dog food you're hiking with.

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SKU: KAV00CO
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