Ruffwear Front Range Leash

Ruffwear Front Range Leash
Ruffwear Front Range Leash
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Front Range Leash by Ruffwear
Your best friend deserves to see the world, so lead them through it safely with the Ruffwear Front Range Leash. This leash is constructed from nylon webbing for durable, lightweight performance. It features a padded handle for comfort throughout extended walks, a Swiveling Crux Clip that easily attaches with only one hand, and a quick-restraint loop that gives you an up-close hold on your furry companion when necessary.

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SKU: RUF003H
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