For most dog owners, a collar is an essential item; not just a style choice, but a practical accessory to connect an ID tag and a lead for walking. Collars come in a plethora of styles, colours and materials to suit every dog and their owner. Here we take a look at some of the options available, so if you’re wondering “Will this dog collar be the right fit for my dog?” keep reading!…
Explore our range of different types of Dog Collar
Available in small sizes, this is the perfect starter collar and lead set for small puppies. The faux leather material and diamante bone detailing make it a stylish option. Available in a s-m size (appx 20-28cm with a 14mm width).
The Hoopie collar by Ruffwear is the perfect choice for all active dogs! A rugged style available in four colours, they are made from super practical webbing material. They even have a link to attach a safety light; not just a must-have for hiking, but a great choice for any dog on after-dark walks. Matching leads available.
The rolled leather collection from Dogs & Horses features sumptuously soft leather in a rainbow of gorgeous colour options. We love these for puppies and adult dogs alike. The buttery soft leather is gentle enough for little ones, but also looks super stylish on older dogs. Matching leads available.
The Colours collection from Dogs & Horses is equally as lovely as the rolled leather range, but with a slightly more rugged aesthetic. These brown leather collars are lined in a range of beautiful colours, from classic cream to bolder bright colours. A luxury dog collar available in a selection of colours and 8 sizes. Matching leads available.
The Dogs & Horses Hound Collars the same two-tone styling as the Colours collection but with a wide, tapered shape for Hound breeds. Available in five sizes suitable for all long necked breeds, they match the Colours range of leads.
If you need help with your selection don’t hesitate to contact us. During working hours (Mon-Fri 9am-5pm) pop up on Livechat or give us a call, or alternatively e-mail us at email@example.com. If you’d like advice regarding measuring your dog, try our ‘How To Measure Your Dog’ blog.