All collars and leads are made from quality cotton quilting fabrics, grosgrain ribbon or N.Z manufactured jaquard over 1 inch webbing. They are adjustable with side release buckles and welded heavy duty D rings. Stress points are triple stitched using an industrial sewing machine and UV Resistant thread for maximum durability. All collars are made with dogs safety in mind.
•The collars are priced at a modest $18.00 plus postage.
•80% of the profits goes to the Bone Cancer Dogs to raise funds for research and awareness in bone cancer.
Small 12 - 18 inches (25 - 46 cm)Toy poodles jack russell, bichon frise
Medium 16-24 inches (36-60 cm)Border collie, spaniel, beagle.
Large 22-30 inches (55-76 cm) Labrador, huntaway, dalmation
•Martingale or slip collars are available on request.
Leads can also be made to match the collars. Due to availability of fabrics not all can be made and some only 3- 4 ft leads. I apologise for any inconvenience.
•Made in a smoke free home, with Ernie or Tessa the Labradors often lending a paw.
Due to the handmade nature of my collars, the design of each collar from the same fabric may differ slightly, stitching may vary, or my terrible maths has made it a little longer... there is no extra charge for these foibles.
All collars can be made to measure and if there is something special you would like I would be happy to work with you to make it. I love new ideas.... some I am proud of.........others, we will not mention.
I do my best to use quality hardware, but I advise not to use it to tie out dogs.
It is the owners responsibility to buy a collar to suit their dog and check all collars regularly.
I suggest hand washing or machine in a delicate detergent and lay them flat. With care the collars should last years.
Helping Bone Cancer Dogs to raise funds for research and awareness in bone cancer in dogs in turn helps humans.
I became part of the newly formed small group BCD in 2004 when my 3 year old Lab fought bone cancer of the jaw.BCD has grown to a non profit organisation dedicated to raising funds, awareness and support. No human or animal should ever have to fight the beast.Together we can make a difference.
If you would like to read our story and bone cancer links there is a page in memory of my 3 year old black Lab Kassa, and my dearest friend Lyn.
Both Lyn and Kassa fought bone cancer and they are the reasons I am doing this.
My apologies for the unprofessional website, but Ernie chewed up my "Website for Dummies" book and rather than pay a bunch of money to a professional web developer I hope to donate that much more to the Bone Cancer Dogs Organisation
If you would like to donate to the BCD please go to the donate button.
Thank you for visiting our web site. If you have any queries please go to the contact page. Chris and Lyn.