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Whiskey Leatherworks

Fish & Upland Dog Collars

Fish & Upland Dog Collars

Regular price $69.00 USD
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We are happy to introduce our new Adjustable Print Collar that is available in two sizes. The small collar adjusts between 11.5" length and 16" length. The large collar adjusts between 15.5" to 24" in length. The best way to choose the correct size for your dog is to measure the circumference of his/her neck in inches with a measuring tape and then choose the size that the measurement fits in. 

The foundation of these collars is a highly durable, 3/4" webbing for the small collars and 1" webbing for the large collars. The leather we selected is a 6/7 ounce Latigo leather, which will withstand wet/outdoor conditions and is flexible.  The buckles, D-rings, and rivets are all made of solid brass to resist corrosion. 

  • Available in two sizes: 
  • Small (11.5"-16"), 3/4" width
  • Large (15.5"-24"), 1" width


Please expect a small amount of slippage with the adjustable collars. If you wish for a more fixed fit, or if your dog is a puller, please consider our full leather collars.





If you have purchased a collar or leash from us in the past, and you do not see the rivets below, please contact us.  Some fasteners have not lived up to the quality that we strive for.


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