Ruffwear Knot-A-Long Leash

Ruffwear Knot-A-Long Leash
Ruffwear Knot-A-Long Leash
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Knot-A-Long Leash by Ruffwear
Ruffwear's climbing-inspired Knot-A-Long Leash is perfect for crag dogs, with a smaller length to keep them off your climbing rope.

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SKU: RUF000P
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