Ruffwear Hoopie Dog Collar

Ruffwear Hoopie Dog Collar
Ruffwear Hoopie Dog Collar
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Hoopie Dog Collar by Ruffwear
What's smaller than a breadbox, yet pretty-dang-jazzy and still dog-friendly' The Ruffwear Hoopie Dog Collar, of course. This stylish collar has a side-release buckle for easy-on, easy-off, while the Tubelock webbing won't falter in the face of squirrel-sightings, nor will it rub your puppy's neck the wrong way. A silicone tag silencer means your pooch isn't jingling all the way, everywhere you go. And, not to mention, the Hoopie does feature separate attachment points for your pooch's ID and other important tags.

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SKU: RUF002M
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