This page is dedicated to showcase previous items made!
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Dude from Cornwall showing off his lovely red collar. Think he suits it!
A very smart clincher collar especially made for a Staffordshire Terrier who lives in North Yorkshire
A bag made for Santa. He needed a little bag to put all the childrens treats in.
Hugo modeling his half check collar. Looking very noble Hugo!
Tweedie modelling her plain collar and an adjustable Guide dog lead
Harvey the miniture horse sporting his made to measure In-Hand bridle
Daisy wearing her 4 ball stud collar. I hope to add these to my web site soon!
Harvey again with Bob and Homer, just love this picture. We have giant Border Terriers in Northumberland!
Meet Nellie, from Northern Ireland, definately showing off her new collar to great effect!
A straddle I made for showing Donkey's!
Meet Ayla the Manchester Terrier. Looking great in her padded Whippet collar. Ok so Ayla isn't a Whippet but if the collar suits!!
Hector from London trying out his new lead, looking good Hector!
Happy to introduce Sapphire a Boarder Collie with a lot of fur. She is modeling our rolled collar honest!
Seems Archie can't wait to get outside to try his new collar!
Meet Reggie from Manchester posing in his new plain collar.
Yes it's Reggie again. This time showing off his new half check collar. Well a dapper gent needs a change of wardrobe once in a while!
Pleased to welcome Chester to the gallery. He's from Staffordshire and his kind owner purchsed a plain collar in light havana!
Say hello to Poppy wearing her new rolled collar in Australian Nut. She must have the warmest seat in the house on cooler days!
Welcome to the Gallery Hamish. Looking good in your new collar, not sure if your camera shy or just getting the right pose!!
Meet one year old Millie. She was rescued from the basement of a Puppy Farm. I'm sure you'll agree she certainly deserves her new life and her smart new collar and lead!
Welcome Rae to the Gallery. She is looking extreamly smart in her rolled collar. Do you think she's sat waiting for a treat?
Please say hello to Patch enjoying the evening sun. He's wearing his new plain leather collar, I'm sure you agree it's a very atmospheric picture.
Bobby is a lucky boy posing with his new whippet collar. He was adopted by a lovely family from Bryson's Animal Shelter in Gateshead.
This is Red a Belgium Shepherd or a Malinois to give his proper breed name. He certainly suit's his light havana collar. It was a bespoke order in extra wide leather!
This is Finley wearing his new plain collar in dark havana. You can just about make it out in his lovely long fur!
Please say hello to Fergus like his brother Finley (next door) is wearing his new plain leather collar. Fergus and Finley have just had their 10th birthday.
Fudge is out enjoying the snow in Northumberland, She's wearing her new collar in Light Havana. Hope your paws don't get too cold Fudge!
This is Iolo a 5 month old Welsh Sheepdog. His humans decided he was grown up enough for his first 'proper' lead. He is quite cute don't you think!
Welcome Millie to the Gallery. She is showing off her new collar and lead in conker. I think she looks rather happy with her new outfit!
A very excited Monty, from Sumerset, is so happy with his new rolled collar in dark Havana. He definately looks like he is smiling!
This is Sue's 'tribe' from the Isle of Wight. They managed to stay still long enough to have a picture taken of them wearing their new collars. Can almost imagine them thinking 'okay can we go now'!
This is Bob from Bury St Edmunds in Suffolk. He's showing off his new plain collar in dark havana. Bob is a spritly 14 years old!
This is Lottie a Saluki Greyhound cross. Now 9 years old she was found as a stray by a vetenary nurse and adopted by her present owners. She certainly looks smart in her new collar!
Meet Jack from Norway enjoying the spring weather. Jack was lucky enough to be bought two new collars, he he is showing us his Whippet collar in Conker. He was also treated to a padded Whippet collar.
I'm pleased to introduce Iris from London. Iris has been treated to a new collar and lead both in black English leather. I'm sure you will agree that she suits her new collar!
This is Eccles out for a walk in the snowy weather. She is wearing her new plain collar and lead. I think you can just about see her collar under her woolly jumper. Bet she needed that jumper on it look chilly!
This is Ashley (light colour) and her pal Ganymed from Germany. Ashley is modeling her new collar and training lead. I promise she is wearing her collar under that lovely fur!
Say a big hello to Orla from County Durham. She is showing off her new collar in conker. I think she's quite good a posing, don't you agree?
This is Evie from Staffordshire. You can just about make out her new rolled collar in Light Havana. Rolled collar's are a good choice for long haired dog's as they don't flatten their coat,
Barney is our new member of the gallery. He is wearing his new plain collar in tan. Barney is a Pets as Therapy dog and as you can tell he is too busy, working at one of his local schools in Hampshire, to pose for the camera.
This is Jack from Bristol. He is looking good in his new collar in conker. He is certainly well behaved when having his photo taken or maybe he's waiting for a treat!
This is Tiggy from County Durham showing of her new collar. Although you can't see it she is laid in front of a roaring fire. Think it's probably the best place in the house on a cold February day!
Lets say a warm welcome to Brody. He is showing off his new Half Check collar. He was also treated to a training lead and a 'normal' walking lead. He's looking rather handsome don't you think!
Two lovely girls from Rugby in Warwickshire. They have been lucky enough to have been gifted an English leather couple. It's also lucky for their human as their now leads wont get tangled!