Fluffy Sheep Dog Collar With Neon Yellow Thread
Dogs and little fluffy sheep = cuteness overload. This design was launched over the summer at various events and was hugely popular – especially with Collies! A soft grey cotton has tiny little sheep bouncing and jumping along. If you ever need a power nap, you could count them! :). The cute sheep pattern has been given a dash of designer edge with its neon yellow thread making it super trendy and modern. Would suit both boys and girl dogs.
Team it up with the matching bandana and lead for the ultimate look.
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Fully adjustable to enable it to grow with your dog or make sure it is the perfect fit. Made with strong webbing to withstand the cheekiest of dogs and encased in 100% cotton making it soft around the neck. The heavy duty metal D ring makes it easy to clip your lead on and the contoured safety buckle makes for a comfortable fit.
The contoured metal side release buckle is stronger and heavier than a plastic buckle. Breaking load: 20mm, 160 kg; 25mm, 200 kg. Made of zinc diecast with stainless steel pins and springs. Operates without freezing in sub-zero temperatures.
The webbing is woven in Leeds and has a breaking strain of 440 KG!
TINY – 20mm wide. Adjustable from 10-14″ 26-36cm in length.
LITTLE – 20mm wide. Adjustable from 11 1/2 -17 1/2″ 29-45cm in length.
MEDIUM – 25mm wide. Adjustable from 13-20″ 33-51cm in length.
BIG – 25mm wide. Adjustable from 141/2 – 23″ 37-59cm in length.
Size may vary slightly as this is handmade.
⚠️ CARE INSTRUCTIONS
Due to the hardware, I recommend a hand wash in warm soapy water rather than risk breaking your washing machine! If a thorough wash is a must, place in a sock beforehand to protect the machine and wash at 30 oC
No collar is indestructible. Check your dogs collar often for wear and tear and replace when needed.
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You’ll need a bandana too right?!
How about a lead to go with that? 🙂