Silky, 'Hair-on' Cowskin & Calf leather dog collars
Town or Country dogs can run wild in these lovely silky cowskins. Holly & Lily dogs wear them everyday wallowing in mud, water and fox poo, yet their dog collars weather it all. Supple calf leather back the collars and is rolled and piped around the edges of the cowhide to create a finish we’ve created to be kind to your dogs neck fur. Customers report that they are thrilled that although these dog collars are so durable, they don’t ‘carve’ collar lines and can help overcome matting in long or silky coats.
All colourways come as both SLIMS & our signature WIDES... Sighthound wide.
Sighthounds wear their signature collars for several reasons - they are intentionally wider than traditional dog collars, with the wide part set to the front, to stop a greyhound from shaking them loose in their desire to run and pursue. They protect their windpipes and more fragile neck when they pull like crazy with insane prey drive and also it spreads out the pressure on the dog's neck preventing damage to the coat and hairless patches on your dog's neck. Other dogs do not need them for that reason but our dogs, Holly and Lily and many breeds, have great long necks and some are quite hairy so a slim is wasted on them - where as the wide looks amazing and has the advantage of a BIG D-ring at the back to loop the lead on to quickly. They are designed, for the dogs comfort and the owners ease to attach a D-ring to sit with the D-Ring at the back or the neck not at the front. A slim collar you can wear loosely - a greyhound collar wide part drop to the front but an H&L wide, you wear comfortably but not too loose, so the D-ring sits centre back. Being calf leather they get soft and comfortable and the dog does not even know it's there. But you do not want it constantly spinning round so the Big D-ring sits at the front.
We do offer a bespoke Service if you wish a unique, different coloured trim or size call 0207 237 7226 or email firstname.lastname@example.org
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