Ruffwear Patroller Leash

Ruffwear Patroller Leash
Ruffwear Patroller Leash
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Patroller Leash by Ruffwear
It seems like Scout wants to see what's around the next switchback before you do, and adorable as it is to know your fur friend wants to protect you from whatever lies around the corner, you'd hate to see him bark at a ranger, so keep him close with Ruffwear's Patroller Leash. This adjustable leash cinches down tight so you can easily wrap it around your waist once you two find an open, ranger-less area for Scout to do his patrol work.

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