Dog collars come in many styles and materials. Quality bridle leather was perhaps the first material used to make dog collars and leashes. To this day, it remains the “gold standard”.
Even if a spiked dog collar (along with the stately pyramid-adorned collar, spiked collars were used to protect the necks of dogs from predators (think of a Chihuahua being picked on by a big dog) isn’t for you, there are many options available. At Auburn Leathercrafters, we specialize in one product that outshines the rest: the classic, quality leather dog collars.
Dog collars obviously should function well and fit comfortably on your pup. But never should you sacrifice quality for comfort or function. Investing in a well-built high quality dog collar will mean the product will maintain its appeal, will last longer, and will save you money. No one wants to make repeat purchases, especially on bargain-level canine gear that doesn’t last very long. Built-to-last pet products, on the other hand, serve your best return on investment.
How can you learn to recognize and care for quality dog collars? Let’s walk through all the benefits of quality leather dog collars, and how to practice proper care.