Poochmate Felt and Leather harness in super soft felt and suede finishing will keep your dog looking stylish, and provide you with optimum control. The stylish front has a durable felt material which makes the harness very durable over use. These ones are guaranteed head turners!
- Made with 90% cotton & 10% poly fiber these collars are lightweight, rustic, and great for everyday wear.
- The Navy Blue variant comes with Pig transfers in bright pink- a very attractive combination.
- These collars are safe for use for adult & small dogs
- Can be dried quickly if the dog goes swimming or is out in the rain.
|S||Fits a neck size of 14.5" - 17.5"||Shih Tzu, Lhasa Apso, Dachshund, Puppies & alike|
|M||Fits a neck size of 17" - 21"||Cocker Spaniel, Bichon Frise, Indies, Young Labradors, Beagles & alike|
|L||Fits a neck size of 21" - 27"||Golden Retrievers, Labradors, German Shepherds, Rottweilers, Doberman & alike|
Putting a collar on your puppy for the first time is an exciting moment. It represents that this is your puppy and that there will be many future outings and special occasions you will share together. It is important that your pup wears the correct type and size of collar.
Your puppy’s collar should fit snugly. Too loose and they will pull it off. Too tight and it will cut into their skin and annoy them.
You should be able to fit two fingers comfortably under the collar when it is fastened.
1. Place the collar on the floor in front of your puppy. When they sniff it, give them a treat.
2. Place the collar on their neck but don’t fasten it. Again give them a treat.
3. Quickly fasten the collar around their neck, give them a treat and take it off again.
4. Progress like this and soon your puppy will love having their collar on.
1. Grab a flexible measure tape. If you don't have a flexible measure tape available, we recommend grabbing a piece of string to measure your pet's neck.
2. Wrap the string loosely around the preferred area where the collar will sit, and remember, do NOT pull too tight! It is best to have at least a finger room when measuring for a collar.
3. When you have the string held at the desired spot, cut the string, and then lay flat and measure with a ruler.