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If you're a fan of the wild west, then deck your dog out in this rodeo themed concho dog collar. The simple yet stylish Ranch Hand leather dog collar has a row of berry conchos with an intricate swirl pattern. Each concho is screwed into place by hand so you can be sure that they'll never fall off.
As with all of our handmade collars, you're able to choose which colour of leather you'd like it to be made with. Choose from either our hard wearing Italian leather or our butter soft nappa leather. View the colour charts by clicking on the image above, or click on the colour options tab to see the colours available.
Due to the size of the berry conchos, the Ranch Hand collar has a minimum width of 3/4". Matching leads with a row of conchos at the base next to the trigger clasp can be made in widths of 3/4" or 1".
We'll custom make your leather collar by hand as soon as we receive your order and will usually have it made and sent out to you within ten working days. It can sometimes take a little longer if we're particularly busy.
As these collars are handmade to order, we are unable to offer refunds or returns. In the unlikely event that your collar is faulty or damaged, please contact us as soon as possible so we can arrange a refund or replacement.
How to Measure a Leather Dog Collar
We always advise that you measure your dog before ordering a collar to ensure the perfect fit. There are a couple of ways of selecting the right size; measuring your dog's current collar or measuring their neck.
To measure your dog's neck, have your dog sit or stand in a comfortable position. Wrap a tape measure around the middle of its neck, half-way between the bottom of the dog's ears and the base of the neck. Tighten the tape measure enough that it sets against the fur but is not constricting the neck. Take the measurement and use to select the most appropriate collar size. So for example, if your dog had a neck measurement of 16.5", then you would choose the 15.5" - 18" size.
To measure their current collar you'll need to measure from the buckle prong to the most worn hole. This will give you the optimal collar size for your dog, so you would then order the collar size most suitable to that measurement.
The image below shows how we measure our collars. Use this as a reference point when measuring your dog's collar.
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