DogTipper Review: Collars, collars, collars; we’ve been through quite a few with Irie and Tiki.
During their puppy days, we went through inexpensive collars right and left. The duo was capable of chewing each other’s collars off each other within minutes. For a while there, we were replacing their collars several times a week.
Finally, though, we wised up and started purchasing more expensive, heavy-duty collars more capable of withstanding dog play. Today the benefits of a quality, heavy-duty collar are apparent to us….so we were interested when we received a handsome leather collar from Woofwerks to review.
The company makes a variety of dog-related products including several lines of collars, leashes, and leads. We received the “Tucker” which is an all leather collar available in several different colors and sizes. Named for the company owner’s late Springer who was the inspiration for Woofwerks, the Tucker is made of two layers of vegetable-tanned, English bridle leather stitched together with a third, narrower leather band in a contrasting color on the outside.
The inner band is soft garment-grade leather to provide comfort for the dog’s neck. The main bands of the Tucker are 1″ wide while the outer band is 1/2″ wide. The collar sports a heavy brass buckle and two brass “D” rings. The high-quality leather is soft and flexible and should be comfortable right out of the box.
The collar we received is 22″ long and was a good fit for our Irie. The Tucker also comes in two smaller sizes.
The Tucker is a nice-looking, heavy-duty collar which should last a long, long time. This collar can be a good investment and might be the only collar your dog will ever need. Paws up for Woofwerks!
I was given the wonderful opportunity to review custom made dog collars for my babies (Bella & Max)Woof Werks is a Boston, MA. based company that provides that manufactures Leather Dog Collars, Leashes & Leads.
I was very excited to receive these collars. My first amazement was the durable quality they are. They are heavy, strong and made of fine, quality leather. The most exciting part for me was that they offered them small enough for my Chihuahua, Max.
This little girl picture below is very spry and likes to run run run. When I put her outside on her lead, she would escape within minutes because of the nylon, snapped-type color I had for her. I was very frustrated because chasing her is no fun for me, but big-time fun for her 🙂