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Tanner Goods for Archival Canine Collar

December 14th, 2011

We asked Tanner Goods, a Portland based leather goods company, to make a special edition of their canine collar for Archival. Constructed from 9/10 oz Vegetable-dyed English Bridle leather, the Archival Canine Collar features a solid brass buckle and a heavy-duty welded D ring for attaching a leash. The edges are dyed, burnished and waxed by hand.

Tanner has added edge stitching for extra durability and visual effect.

With proper care the canine collar will last for years. And unlike synthetic collars with plastic hardware, the canine collar will look even better as it ages.

Dimensions: 1″ wide

Available in sizes S through XL

Shopping From the Amish: Leerbug dog leashes and collars

November 19th, 2008

After a disappointing experiment with Filson dog products (all returned for store credit due to wet weather durabilty issues), I switched over to the the Amish-made leashes and collars sold by Leerburg Kennel and Video in Wisconsin. If you’re squeamish about how police and protection dogs are trained, you might squint your eyes and avoid links to products like bite sticks, bite pillows and muzzles. But Leerburg sells all sorts of family pet relevant supplies as well as an amazing range of training videos (though I prefer my mid-Eighties, VHS version of the basic Leerburg dog obedience course which features the main trainer–a total dog training savant–wearing some choice vintage fashions).=”http:>