These stunning collars dont need much introduction, theyre stylish, very on trend, robust and will last for many years if cared for correctly! The beautiful Harris Tweed Fabric has been around for years, its stunning colours are a real head turner and nothing matches up to this! Your dog will be the talk of the town in these and the quality just ooozes luxury!
Cornish Dog Wear Stock over 20 Harris Tweed Designs so im sure everyone will find a fabric they love! Im always sourcing new Harris Tweed monthly so please keep checking back as more will be added as time goes on.
They come in a variety of sizes and we even have matching leads available!
Extra Small - 9-12 inch 16mm width with 16mm buckle
Small - 11-15 inch 16mm width with 16mm buckle
Medium 14-20 inch 20mm width with 20mm buckle
Large 19-25 inch 25mm width with 25mm buckle
Extra Large 24-30 inch 25mm width with 25mm buckle
Leads 80cm long approx
All of our collars have a nylon core making them very strong, and are double sewn with nylon thread, we use an Alu Max metal buckles as a standard rule with our Harris Tweed which are engineered in Germany and are one of the main leading brands, but should you want a plastic buckle please let us know, each collar is then lined with a complimentary fabric and is finished off with our very stylish "Cornish Dog Wear" label and of course it wouldnt be a Harris Tweed Collar without the Harris Tweed Label, I think youll agree these are just stunning!.
As a rule of thumb your pet has to by law wear a collar with identity tags, if you find your dog pulls hard when on the lead we therefore advice you to use a harnesses as over time your dogs neck ligaments will be damaged and this is extremely uncomfortable for your pet.
Should your four legged friend like swimming in our Cornish sea then please wash off all metal work once they've finished and leave to naturally dry, Harris Tweed naturally repels water and dirt so a quick brush off is all it should need.
If in the event that your collar needs washing, just pop it in a sock and run it through on a wool cycle.