Red + Brass All Weather Collar
These all weather collars are a durable alternative to leather. They are made with sustainable recycled canvas and solid brass, for pups who love to explore.
- Made by hand in Australia
- Canvas exterior - made from recycled plastic bottles
- Synthetic core for strength - made from recycled plastic bottles
- Sewn and hand riveted
- Solid brass hardware
To suit neck measurement of:
Small: 25cm - 31cm
Medium: 31cm - 38cm
Large: 38cm - 45cm
Extra Large: 45cm - 52cm
Small size collars have a width of 15mm. Medium, Large, and Extra Large collars are 20mm wide.
To measure your dogs collar size, use a measuring tape snuggly around the neck. Add 2cm for breathing space.
ABOUT ANIMALS IN CHARGE:
We are so happy to stock this wonderful range with their commitment to creating beautiful, durable products that are kind to the environment, which means you can feel confident that your purchase is an ethical, sustainable, and responsible one. They use recycled, salvaged and natural materials to ensure the most minimal impact on our Earth and even their packaging is recycled card.
Recycled Polyester - each year approximately 1.5 million tons of plastic water bottles are used once and thrown away. Put simply, these can be recycled into soft, long-lasting textiles that Animals In charge can use in their own production. Recycled polyester has a much smaller footprint that virgin polyester yet offers much the same benefits we love in performance textiles, being that it is lightweight, durable and colourfast. Recycling post-consumer materials means they are less likely to end up in landfill, oceans, rivers, and other habitat for animals and humans alike.
Organic Cotton - Cotton is a great material for many reasons. It is soft, very workable, and feels nice to wear and use. Traditionally farmed cotton is the most pesticide-dependent crop in the world, accounting for 25% of all pesticide use.Organic cotton (compared to traditional cotton) is farmed without chemicals, uses less water and energy, and has less impact on the soil and air, resulting in less harmful run off into our waterways.