Cotton Rope Slip Leash with Leather Accents

$38.00

Our Cotton Rope Slip Leash with Leather accents is strong, soft, and comfy. Made by Auburn Leathercrafters using US grown and produced cotton rope. Features genuine Wickett & Craig chestnut bridle leather and solid brass fittings which make this leash both functional and comfortable. Available in a 6 foot length with a leather stopper to keep the dog from backing out of the slip.

A slip leash is recommended for walking dogs with mild behavioral issues, such as being easily distracted, public areas. A quick snap of the leash as your dog is walking by your side or slightly behind you, and you will have your dog’s attention back. Please remember not to tug backward since this will encourage the dog to pull away from you. It is important to ask for professional assistance with any difficult or persistent behavioral issues you may have.

All Cotton Rope Slip Leashes are approximately 6 foot in length and 1/2″ thickness

Note: For more information on using a slip leash, speak with a knowledgeable trainer.

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Our Cotton Rope Slip Leash with Leather accents is strong, soft, and comfy. Made by Auburn Leathercrafters using US grown and produced cotton rope. Features genuine Wickett & Craig chestnut bridle leather and solid brass fittings which make this leash both functional and comfortable. Available in a 6 foot length with a leather stopper to keep the dog from backing out of the slip.

A slip leash is recommended for walking dogs with mild behavioral issues, such as being easily distracted, public areas. A quick snap of the leash as your dog is walking by your side or slightly behind you, and you will have your dog’s attention back. Please remember not to tug backward since this will encourage the dog to pull away from you. It is important to ask for professional assistance with any difficult or persistent behavioral issues you may have.

All Cotton Rope Slip Leashes are approximately 6 foot in length and 1/2″ thickness

Note: For more information on using a slip leash, speak with a knowledgeable trainer.

 

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Collar Measuring Chart

How to measure

Collar Size Chart (Handwoven - Biothane - Leather - Rope - Sparky's)

Length Fit Range
8" 6" to 8"
10" 8" to 10"
12" 10" to 12"
14" 11" to 14"
16" 13" to 16"
18" 14" to 18"
20" 16" to 20"
22" 18" to 22"
24" 20" to 24"
26" 22" to 26"
30" 26" to 30"
34" 30" to 34"

How we measure our collars

Side-release buckle collar

Side-Release Buckle Collar

Belt Style Buckle Collar

Size guide - cotton collar

Collar Size Chart (Cycle Dog Waterproof and Reflective Collars)

Size Neck Fits Dogs
Medium 12-21 in (30.5-53 cm) 30-70 lbs
Large 17-27 in (43-68.5 cm) 65-110 lbs
Width Dimensions
Standard 1.1 in (28 mm)
Fatty 1.5 in (36.5 mm)

Measure your current collar

If you are satisfied with the fit of your dog’s current buckle collar, you can measure the collar itself to get a new collar that fits the same.

For a standard buckle collar (with holes like a belt), measure from the buckle’s center bar, where it connects to the collar, to the hole that you are currently using.

For a side-release buckle collar (with two ends that clip together), measure from the end of the female part of the buckle to the opposite end of the collar, excluding the male part of the buckle.

 

Measure twice, buy once

When it comes time to getting a new collar, take a few minutes to make sure you’re getting the right size and your dog will thank you!

Collars can stretch over time and sizing can vary by style and manufacturer, so even if your dog’s current collar fits and you know its size, it’s important to take a new measurement before buying a collar.

For a buckle collar, follow the measurement instructions above to measure your dog’s neck or current collar and then check our size chart to see what collar length will fit. Check your dog’s collar regularly for fit and wear.

 

Measuring your dog

The best way to ensure a good fit is by measuring your dog directly. Measure at the narrowest point of your dog’s neck, just as tight or loose as you would like the new collar to fit. The collar should be snug, without being so tight that it will cause discomfort or loose enough to slide over your dog’s head.

As a rule of thumb, a well-fitting collar should leave just enough room for you to slide two fingers between the collar and your dog’s neck.
How to measure your dog for a collar