D&H PADDED LEATHER DOG COLLAR
Luxury soft padded leather dog collar, featuring Bridle Tan, Black, Charcoal or dark chocolate brown hide leather strap with padded soft leather lining in classic or contemporary combinations.
Solid brass or nickel-plated solid brass load-bearing fittings. Available in a choice of classic or contemporary colours.
FEATURES AND BENEFITS
Soft padded rolled leather edge to protect the coat and prevent knots from forming
Constructed with thicker hide leather for strength and durability
Soft smooth padded leather lining for your dog's comfort. Leather is a natural product so won't irritate sensitive skin
Handmade in London
Stitched, NOT riveted - true craftsmanship
Stitching is Lifetime Guaranteed - unrivalled service
Extra strong for durability - so you don't have to go to the trouble and expense of replacing your dog's collar after a short time
Have a question or special requirement? simply ring our studio on 020 7018 0175
Colour-fast fine European leather, battle-tested against the elements, long-lasting
Solid brass or nickel-plated brass fittings to ensure strength of the collar and security of your dog
CHOOSE THE RIGHT COLOUR
The 'default' hide leather that we use is our rich dark brown chocolate hide (unles you order Black, Tan or Grey). If you would like to change this (eg. you prefer a black leather to the brown), not a problem - but please let us know!
CHOOSING THE RIGHT SIZE
XXS 22 - 26cm (total length 30cm)
XS 24 - 32cm (total length 37cm)
S 29 - 37cm (total length 42cm)
M 35 - 43cm (total length 48cm)
ML 42 - 50cm (total length 55cm)
L 48 - 55cm (total length 60cm)
XL 51 - 59cm (total length 65cm)
XXL 57 - 65cm (total length 70cm)
So, for example, the size M: the first hole is at 35cm from the butt of the leather, the last hole (nearest the end-tip) is 43cm. The total length of the leather strap, not including the buckle, is 48cm.
Please note: leather is a natural product. To ensure its durability, allow to air-dry completely before re-use if your collar gets wet. Do not allow the leather to come into contact with the chemicals from commercially-available flea spot-on treatments. This will damage the leather and may cause the dye to run.