Natural hemp collars are comfortable from the start and get even better and softer with age. The hemp collars are available in 3/4", 1", and 1.5" widths with coordinating leashes available. Optionally add an aluminum quick release buckle which provides quick on/off convenience in a light-weight, rust-free closure.
We stand behind our product. If the stitching or hardware fails with regular wear, we'll replace it.
Help me with sizing
There are two options available to you when ordering a dog collar from us. The first option is to choose from one of our standard sizes - X Small, Small, Medium, and Large. The X Small fits the smallest breed dogs (Chihuahua, Italian Greyhound, Maltese, and the like). The Large is reserved for the largest breed dogs (Bull Mastiff, Great Dane, Great Pyrenees, and so on). All small to medium sized dogs will take the S or M sized collar. To determine which is best, a measurement of either the dog's neck or their current collar will help you choose the appropriate collar size. If in doubt, go with the next option - custom sizing.
Our collars are each made to order just for your dog, so why not get the sizing right the first time?! When ordering your collar, choose the "Custom" option for Size and enter the measurement of your dog's neck or current collar. We will then make the collar with that measure in the center of the adjustable range. This means that you will be able to make the collar smaller and larger than the measurement you enter, allowing for a perfect fit.
To measure the dog's neck, use a flexible tape measure and wrap around the dog's neck where the collar will sit. If you don't have a flexible tape, use a string then measure the string with a ruler. When measuring, keep two fingers between the dog and the measure tape. Another option is to simply remove the dog's current collar and measure it. If you are ordering a martingale dog collar, please also include the measurement of the largest part of the dog's head. For more info on measuring, check out our You Tube channel (www.youtube.com/ifitbarks) for a video called Martingale Collars.