Black + Cream Chef L'Bark Martingale Collar by See Scout Sleep

Color Black

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These timeless designed babies guarantee that every pooch stands out in the crowd. Gorgeous martingales are especially created for the real Harry Houdini’s out there.Martingales makes it hard for a dog to slip free as it tightens slightly when the dog pulls on the leash, but not so much where it will choke the dog or harm the neck in any way. They allow you to give slight corrections, but it is much gentler than a choke, slip, or prong collar.

All collars are black + cream outter, select inner webbing at drop down menu.

S have a width of ½”, sizes M – XL have a width of 1”
See fit chart for collar sizing

Hemp webbing with brasss hardware
Hemp is non-allergenic, breathable, durable, and has anti-bacterial properties. It’s super strong, yet feels soft and comfortable on the skin holds its shape and does not stretch like other natural fibers do. It’s easy to clean, dries quickly, and is naturally resistant to mold. The hemp webbing is dyed with a natural environment-friendly dye.

If the collar becomes wet, let it dry at room temperature, stains can be spot cleaned with a clean cloth. Our leather has to have a natural shine to it at all times, which means the leather’s natural greasiness can continue to protect it against stains and weather. If the leather is losing shine, first clean with a damp cloth, then polish dry and gently rub neutral polishing cream over the leather parts.

About See Scout Sleep
See Scout Sleep, specializes in gorgeous, high-quality, honest-to-goodness products for our beloved family members and friends, those with tails included. They enjoy the finer things in life, without doing concessions, and like to share our passion with as many like-minded folks as possible.

See Scout Sleep was founded in 2011 in New Orleans, Louisiana, inspired by a dog called Scout. Soon after, the company began its expansion into the international market. It’s now headquartered for several years nearby Amsterdam, the Netherlands.