Super strong. 'Made By Scavenger', dog collar - virtually unbreakable. Even my sister Bernie (who drags her collar along every wall she meets) can't break her collar!
Totally recycled materials, using leftover climbing ropes. My doggy friends and family all love recycled stuff as it's better for the environment meaning our humans to be around for longer to look after us.
Designed and manufactured in the UK (Sheffield) - again, much better carbon footprint which we love for our humans and because we are based in Sheffield too, we can pop in for treats anytime we like
Adjustable sizing with four 'fasten holes' so you can eat as many treats as you like and it still fits you! (Bernie loves this fact)
Heavy-duty, stainless steel tongue buckle with stainless steel loop - very hard-wearing and rust resistant. Durable enough to stay like new even after swimming in the sea.
Inner collar measurement, 32-40cm. Always measure you dogs neck and make sure you leave enough comfort space. No dog (like me) likes their collar too tight!!
Unique prints -no two collars are the same. You'll be the most unique dog in the park! (My favourite fact).
Vibrant colours - perfect to mis-match with our colourful leads
The word (from the park) from our Made By Scavenger supplier:-
As a society, we've learnt to design and manufacture amazing products and materials at a mind-blowing rate and we often throw away things that still have plenty of life left. Climbing equipment is an integral part of rock climbing, helping people stay safe on the most epic adventures in the outdoors. Eventually, this equipment becomes unsafe to use and often ends up retired and forgotten in the lofts and sheds of climbers across the world. After all its hard work, we believe this gear deserves a happy retirement. At Scavenger our passion lies in exploring ways to reuse these materials to their full potential. Our Dog Collar & Lead range of products is designed to give this equipment a new purpose in life and a chance for people to take it on more adventures. With this in mind we've set up collection points in many of the climbing centres across the UK for climbers can donate their old gear.