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Hamptons Hound's Double-Reflector dog collar makes it easy for you and others to see your gun dog when it's dark, and keeps your four-legged hunting pal safe. The Double Relector collar will make your dog stand out in the darkest night. Whether back at the truck after a waterfowl hunt or stopping on the road when dog duty calls. The Double-Reflector is made of industrial-strenght webbing with woven-in reflector tape. Four sizes are available and are sure to fit your gun dog.

Contact:
(212) 564-5949, www.hamptonshound.com.


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