Handmade in New Zealand using quality cotton quilting fabrics, grosgrain ribbon or N.Z manufactured jacquard over 1 inch webbing or 1.5 (32cm) webbing. They are well made with adjustable side release buckles and welded heavy duty D rings. Stress points are triple stitched using an industrial sewing machine with UV resistant thread for maximum durability. All collars are made with dogs comfort and safety in mind.If you are not completely satisfied I will replace or refund the collar.
The collars are in New Zealand and USA dollars.( am in the process of adding Australian dollars.)
Small 10 - 18 inches (25 - 46 cm)Toy poodles jack russell, bichon frise
Medium 14-24 inches (36-60 cm)Border collie, spaniel, beagle.
Large 17-30 inches (44-76 cm) Labrador, huntaway, dalmation
Extra Large. 20+ inches 1.5 inch. (51-76 cm) Leonberger.
Greyhound collars are 1.5 inch and available in most fabrics plus more.
•Martingale or slip collars are available on request. Harnesses are available.
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.
•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.
With care my collars should last for years. I do my best to use quality hardware, but I advise not to use it to tie out dogs. Chlorine and sea water may fade or rot the cotton. This will not effect the durability of the collar. My dogs have been wearing them for 2 years and still look good.
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 to dry.
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