Hand Made Leather Dog Collar

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All leather collars are made from full grain veg tanned leather. This item has no synthetic covering and has been finished by hand so it will require a little care which will ensure a long lifetime of use.

In case you haven’t heard of it before, veg tanned leather refers to an all-natural process of tanning leather using natural tannins found in various barks and woods. The process takes upwards of two months and unlike chrome tanning (the most common type of tanning process), it is environmentally friendly and safe. Veg tanned leather also offers an element of breathability and flexibility making it more comfortable for you and your pupper.

Size Guide:

Small – Fits Neck 30-38cm – available in 20mm width only

Medium – Fits Neck 38-46cm – available in 20mm or 25mm width

Large – Fits Neck 44-54cm – available in 20mm or 25mm width


Leather Care: The collar has been coated with a natural beeswax and orange oil protectant, however it is important to try to follow the guidelines below;

  1. For the first month of use, avoid taking the collar out in wet weather, you need to give the fibres time to become more flexible with use, once they soften, they are less likely to react with water.
  2. During this first month of use, we also recommend that any spots of water etc are gently wiped into the leather rather then allowing them to sit on its surface.
  3. To ensure longevity, we also recommend applying a natural beeswax leather protectant every few months to keep your item clean and to enhance its water resistance.

Please Note: The tan leather may transfer a small amount of colour onto light clothing/items, this is a typical characteristic of vege tanned leather and not a cause for concern. The wax protectant we utilize aims to minimize any colour transfer however we cannot guarantee total prevention.

Hardware: All of the hardware is made from solid brass, this means it will darken over time as the metal oxidises in the atmosphere. This will not damage the hardware but should you wish to polish it back to its original brilliance, you can use any readily available brass polish (eg. Brasso), just make sure you protect the leather first by covering it with a protective cloth.

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