Ruffwear Crag Dog Collar

Ruffwear Crag Dog Collar
Ruffwear Crag Dog Collar
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Crag Dog Collar by Ruffwear
Ruffwear made the Crag Dog Collar with low-profile, strong webbing and a simple Talon Hook closure that makes taking the collar off and putting it on quick and easy. The webbing won't irritate your dog's neck, and the aluminum hardware is designed to handle the constant give-and-go of walking on a leash (or hanging out at the end of a tether once you've bushwacked your way to the crag). Separate attachment points for the leash and ID mean you're not fumbling with a crowded clip.

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