- Trendy leopard print is made from sustainable, earth-friendly fabric
- Jacquard pattern is woven into material and back is a solid coordinating color
- Lightweight, durable, and machine washable
You know your dog is wild at heart - let him strut his jungle stuff with a leopard print collar, lead, or harness. Made from earth-friendly recycled plastic (PET), the leopard print pattern is woven into the material, assuring it will stay colorful, eye-catching, and stylish for years. Back of fabric is a color-coordinated solid. All are lightweight, quick drying, weather-resistant, and machine washable and feature double-coated, nickel-plated, scratch-resistant hardware.
Adjustable Collar has easy-clip, contoured YKK® turbo lock fastener for an outstanding, secure fit. Thick D-ring and slide, as well as fastener, have the Harry Barker logo engraved on them.
Adjustable Harness also features easy-clip turbo lock fastener, adjusts in three areas for a perfect fit, and has a nickel-plated D-ring on each side of the fastener for unparalleled security.
Matching Lead features double stitching at handle end and a trigger clasp to ensure it stays attached. To ensure you always have pickup bags and keys ready, each lead includes a 1" x 3" matching key fob with clip.
Please specify Blue or Brown (both colors may not be available in all sizes/styles).
Collar Sizing Chart
Measure your dog's neck circumference at its highest point. This neck measurement is the collar size.
|Medium||3/4"||12" to 20"|
Harness Sizing Chart
For a proper fit, measure around the chest of your dog, behind his front legs.
|XSmall||5/8"||9" to 13"|
|Small||5/8"||12" to 18"|
|Medium||3/4"||14" to 21"|
Please click on "More Information" for care instructions and how to introduce your dog or puppy to a collar and lead.
Introducing your dog or puppy to a collar and lead
When you take the time to properly introduce your dog or puppy to the collar and lead, it sets the stage for teaching basic elements of obedience. The goal is to have your puppy or dog accept a collar and lead calmly, without resistance. Collars should be introduced right away. Don't be concerned if he initially scratches at it or shakes his head. Though he may resist wearing a collar, soon he won't even notice it's on.