Ruffwear Knot-A-Leash

Ruffwear Knot-A-Leash
Ruffwear Knot-A-Leash
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Knot-A-Leash by Ruffwear
Instead of chopping the end off your used lead rope to make into a leash, pick up a Ruffwear Knot-A-Leash for your favorite crag dog. With a locking carabiner attachment point and a comfortable webbing handle, this leash is climbing inspired to the max and safe for your dog, too. Plus, the accessory loop gives you a convenient place to carry plastic pick-up bags.

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SKU: RUF0096
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