This dog collar is the perfect accessory for your fashionable pooch.
Crafted from rope and stainless steel , this necklace is durable , stylish , and stain and rust resistant .
To find the collar that will suit your dog, nothing could be simpler! Take a tape measure and measure around the neck where the necklace is placed. There is no need to take any slack as the rope will stretch about 5% on its own.
Neck circumference: 29 – 40 cm
Width: 3 cm
Dwarf Spitz, Yorkshire, Jack Russel, Dachshund, French Bulldog, Beagle, Cocker
Neck circumference: 40 – 66 cm
Width: 3 cm
Boxer, Dalmatian, Golden Retriever, Bulldog , German Shepherd, Saint-Bernard
The breeds are given as an indication, they cannot be an argument for the choice of size and replace the measurements
In order to properly position the collar on the dog, you must first pass the loop INSIDE the ring. This method offers two advantages:
– The strap passes under the clip, so we avoid trapping the dog’s hair in it.
– Since the strap is slightly larger than the clip, the force is distributed on the strap AND NOT on the buckle when the collar is pulled by the dog.
This method is relatively little explained but it therefore allows a simplified installation, a more pleasant contact with the dog’s neck as well as greater resistance.
We recommend washing the collar by hand with lukewarm water and mild soap. Stir, drain and air dry.
Do not tumble dry, the heat will cause the braid to shrink.
Prevent the dog from biting the collar!
Each piece is handcrafted by suitable workshops. The product is the result of know-how developed with our various partners. Each has a story and will never be 100% like another. The small imperfections that may appear are proof of artisanal, manual and eco-responsible work. Products may vary slightly from photos shown. We recover the ropes from individuals, professionals or associations and come from rolling PPE or production scrap.
We work every day to reduce our environmental impact. The whole process is designed to improve the way we produce today. We favor the local and we reduce our energy consumption as much as possible.