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Made of quality neoprene nylon and offer the handler protection from scratches
For professionals and beginners Size XX Large
Made of quality neoprene nylon and offer the handler protection from scratches XX-Large
vest-size small-will fit size 38-strong professional heavy duty durable neoprene nylon-comfort clothing
Medium (Size: 40-Inch)
Designed for active dog owners
Designed for active dog owners
Strong and durable
Black/Yellow, X-Large (Size: 44-Inch)

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