I Rescued My Human Dog Collar Navy Burgundy Sz XL


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Because sometimes we rescue each other.

Product Description

There’s no better feeling in the world, than adopting a homeless Dog, and giving them a life filled with all the love they probably didn’t receive in their previous home. But sometimes that Dog chooses us, or comes into our lives at just the right moment, when we really need them. Sometimes Dog and Human truly do rescue each other. This Collar shows that sentiment.

The Burgundy Grosgrain Ribbon features the words “I Rescued My Human”, in Pink, which are flanked by a White Paw Print, outlined in Black, on either side, and repeated around the Collar. Securely stitched to the Ribbon, is a foundation layer of heavy duty Nylon Webbing, in deep Navy Blue, for a beautiful contrast.

The Collar is 1 inch wide, and the length is adjustable from 18 to 28 inches.

The Hardware consists of a Black Plastic Heavy Duty Triglide (to adjust length), Black Plastic Heavy Duty Contoured Side Release Buckle, and a Nickel Plated Steel, Heavy Welded D-Ring. It’s been carefully triple box stitched at stress points for strength and durability, and the ends have been heat sealed, so there’s no fraying.
It’s also easy care for you. Just toss it in the washer on a cold/gentle cycle, and air dry.

Please use this item responsibly.
Howlin’ Hounds will not be held responsible for any misuse of this item.


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I’m Deb, Mom to a rescued Basset Hound named Sherman.

I’m a life long animal lover, who loves to sew.


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Canada Any $9.50

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