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  • LCS Leather Feel Collar 3/4in O-Ring

    The LCS Leather Feel O-Ring 3/4in dog collar is like nothing you can find anywhere else. It combines the suppleness and flexibility of leather with the fade resistance and durability of poly-coated nylon. It has all the features of the 1 in. model, but with a scaled down size for...

    • The LCS Leather Feel O-Ring 3/4in dog collar is like nothing you can find anywhere else. It combines the suppleness and flexibility of leather with the fade resistance and durability of poly-coated nylon. It has all the features of the 1 in. model, but with a scaled down size for large breed puppies, smaller adult gun dogs such as beagles or cocker spaniels, or even earthdogs and terriers. Your bold colors will stay like new for years to come without cracking or abrasions. Easy to clean with dish soap and water. This collar has a nylon base with a thin layer of polyurethane coating to provide the intense color and leather-feel. It is constructed from heavy duty hardware and industrial rivets.

      Available in colors: Red, Blue, Black, Green, Yellow and Orange, and sizes 13 in., 15 in., and 17 in. Please specify color and size when ordering.

      Make sure to measure your dog’s neck to provide a proper fit and add a brass name plate for peace of mind.

      How to Measure Your Dog’s Neck for Our LeatherFeel Collar

      • Measure the circumference of your dog’s neck using a cloth tape or a string. You want your dog’s collar to be snug, but not too tight. Make sure to measure for the correct tightness.
      • Match up your measurement with our LCS LeatherFeel collar. Our collars are measured from the buckle’s post to the center of the five holes (as pictured below). They are NOT measured by total collar strap length.
      • Our collars come in odd lengths (13, 15, and 17 inches). If your dog’s neck measures on an even number, we recommend rounding up to the next odd number. You can always add a hole that is smaller or trim excess strap, if need be. As reference, a 15” collar will fit neck sizes 13-17”.

      LCS Leather Feel O-Ring Sizing Guide


      Free Custom Engraved Brass Name Plate

      Add an optional machine stamped brass name plate to our LCS Leather Feel collar. With your brass name plate, you have the option for up to four lines of text. Each line can have up to 18 characters. Characters limited to: “1, 2, 3, 4, 5, 6, 7, 8, 9, 0, A, B, C, D, E, F, G, H, I, J, K, L, M, O, P, Q, R, S, T, U, V, W, X, Y, Z" and ". , - _ ". For more on what information to add to your name plate, Useful Ways to Utilize Your LCS Brass Name Plates.

      LCS LeatherFeel Brass Nameplate Placement Guide







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      LCS Pro Tips - Measuring Your Dogs Neck

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