This premium rolled leather collar features 3/16"-thick oil-tanned leather in a rich chestnut shade. Nickel-plated, die-cast polished buckle and D-ring, in a traditional five-hole style. Nice hand-beveled and rubbed edges and ends are finished and fused, giving the collar an expensive look. The leather is flat near the buckle and at the hole-end to accommodate buckling. And oil finish after tanning make this collar more waterproof than the everyday version. This is a great collar for the price and comes in a wide range of sizes and widths, to fit most dogs.
NOTE: the leather of this collar is stiffer than the leather of the everyday collar we sell, making it more durable, but it will be difficult to work the strap through the buckle the first few times. You might want to work the strap in and out of the buckle and fold and bend the hole-end of the strap back and forth a few times before you put the collar on your dog for the first time. Once broken in, this collar will last a long time, even with daily use.
Be sure to check out the matching rolled lead, pictured--a great combo!
5/8" Wide x 11" Length for necks 7- 10"
5/8" Wide x 13" Length for necks 9 -12"
3/4" Wide x 15" Length for necks 11-14"
3/4" Wide x 17" Length for necks 13-16"
1" Wide x 19" Length for necks 15-18"
1" Wide x 21" Length for necks 17-20"
1" Wide x 23" Length for necks 19-22"
1" Wide x 25" Length for necks 21-24"
MEASURING FOR A COLLAR
Before deciding the size, please take a moment to measure your dog's neck, using a cloth measuring tape or string, twine, etc. Measure, wrapping the tape or string about as tightly as the collar should sit on your dog's neck--not too tight. If using string, then hold the final length up to a ruler or yardstick to determine its length. If in doubt, go to the next larger size--you can always adjust a collar that is slightly too big, not so much with a collar that's too small. This will help prevent an exchange, which just wrecks everyone's day! : )