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The Heritage Tweed and Leather dog collar is made from 100% pure virgin wool, dyed, spun and finished in the Outer Hebrides and woven by hand by the Islanders in their homes on the islands, and stamped by hand with the famous Harris Tweed Orb trademark.
Each full leather collar is carefully cut and pieced together by expert leather workers in the UK, then fully stitched for added strength and fitted with superior antiqued brass hardware. The Italian leather, chosen for its high quality, softens and darkens naturally with use, forming a beautiful patina.
Complete the look with a matching Heritage Tweed & Taupe Leather Dog Lead & Doggy Bag Dispenser.
These nifty little pouches simply loop on to your dogs lead and are perfect for storing those much needed poo bags!
Supplied in a gift box.
Tiny: 8.5-12", Width 0.5" Chihuahuas/Minature Dachshunds/Puppies
Small: 11-14", Width 0.5" Cavaliers/Jack Russells/Small Terriers
Small Wide: 11-15", Width 1" Schnauzers/Cocker Spaniels/Medium and Large Terriers
Medium: 14-18", Width 1" Springer Spaniels/Vizslas/Dalmatians
Large: 17-22", Width 1" Labrador/Mastiff/GreatDanes
Breeds are given as a guide, please always measure your dog's neck before purchasing a collar.
Slim Length 43", Width 0.5" (suitable for Tiny and Small size collars only)
Wide Length 43", Width 0.75" (suitable for Small Wide, Medium and Large size collars only)
Collar and lead care instructions:
Dry brush any dried dirt from the product then use a damp cloth to wipe away any remaining dirt. Use detergent on a damp cloth to gently sponge away any marks on the fabric part of the collar only. Do not machine wash. To care for your leather avoid getting it wet wherever possible, tissue dry and allow it to dry naturally (do not use a radiator or heat source). Leather will naturally soften and darken with use. To care for the hardware avoid getting wet wherever possible and dry thoroughly with a tissue if any part does come into contact with mud or water. Over time, due to the vigorous nature in which the collars and leads are used, hardware can lose its silver colouring.