Ruffwear Brush Guard

Ruffwear Brush Guard
Ruffwear Brush Guard
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Brush Guard by Ruffwear
Keep your furry adventure buddy safe from the abrasive rocks and plant life on the trail with the Ruffwear Brush Guard. Not only does this easily attachable guard protect your pooch's chest and belly from scree, brambles, and rough terrain, but it also provides additional support and comfort when lifting and assisting your canine companion.

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SKU: RUF001O
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