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How do you play it safe?

We love that warmer weather is here and we will be out and about all day and into the evenings. Do you ever worry about your safety while out with your pet?
We found this great company called BlingSting that has safety devices that are absolutely adorable to wear and use. We are hooked on the new bow tie personal AHH!LARM It has 115 decibels of sound emitting when you need it .. it’s super easy too. Just hit that bright pink button and scare your offenders away!  They have pepper spray, stun guns, first aid clutch, Glammer Hammer, and the personal AHH!LARMS ... go shop your safety style today ... enjoy a more relaxed time out and about like us!
 https://www.blingsting.com/

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