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Mendota English Bridle Leather Dog Collar

Product ID: 13110-13224

Mendota English Bridle Leather Dog Collar

Price: $27.00

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Estimated Production Time: 1 to 2 business days.


  • Feels Super Soft
  • Handcrafted
  • Incredibly Durable
  • Chestnut Leather with Nylon Stitching
  • Made in the USA
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Sturdy and Functional

Your dog is sure to wear the Mendota English Bridle Leather Dog Collar with pride. Made of sturdy, chestnut brown leather, this collar is both functional and good looking. With high quality leather and stitching, you can be sure that no matter what trouble your dog gets into, this collar will remain durable and last through it.

The Height of Fashion

Chestnut brown leather looks good on anyone, but will looks especially great on your best friend. He or she will be the envy of all the other dogs (and maybe even the humans) in your neighborhood when they sport this beautiful collar.

Product Highlights:

  • Beautifully Handcrafted
  • Soft Feel
  • Extremely Durable
  • Fully-Stitched Design for Added Strength
  • Solid Brass Roller Buckle and D Ring
  • Chestnut Brown Leather and Nylon Stitching
  • Matches English Bridle Leather Leahes as well as the rest of dogIDs Mendota English Bridle Leather line
  • Made in the USA

Available Sizes:

  • 3/4 x 10 in
  • 3/4 x 12 in
  • 3/4 x 14 in
  • 3/4 x 16 in
  • 3/4 x 18 in
  • 1 x 14 in
  • 1 x 16 in
  • 1 x 18 in
  • 1 x 20 in
  • 1 x 22 in
  • 1 x 24 in
Mendota English Bridle Leather Dog Collar
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Jonathan B asked: Hi! Thanks for your input. I have a four month old beagle/pit bull mix. She's obviously still small (I don't know how big her neck is in inches, but she's currently about the size of an adult pure beagle. I"m told she'll grow to about twice the size she is now. Anyway, I'd like to get the leather collar for her, but I don't know what size to get. It would be nice if there is one that is adjustable enough to work for her now and when she grows. Of the size options there I don't know which is the right one (also I don't know 3/4 in vs 1 in.) Thoughts? Thanks. Aug 2, 2013
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Stefanie C: Hi!
I prefer the 1in collars because it's easier on a dogs neck. The thinner collar can choke and damage the throat easy if pulled on. Also, I would measure and remeasure her neck! Be sure to have the correct size and measure in the correct place. If you get an adjustable collar, don't round up. The collar will have extra holes and should fit perfectly. You should also take into consideration whether you want the collar to sit at the top of your dogs neck, just below the ears, or if you want it to be at the base of the neck. I have to tell you that I went with a water proof collar because my dog is young and wild. I was using a leather collar, from a different company, for him but once it gets wet and starts to age, the leather will stretch. My dog wears a size 16 from this company and he is about 65 pounds. The collar has multiple holes for adjusting the size up or down and allows him to wear it tight or loose or high or low. Just be very sure about the measurements. Your dog should need around a 14 or 16 inch but measure it yourself! I can't stress that enough. Measure at the base of the next if you're worried it will be too small in a couple of months. I have another dog that people told me would grow to be as tall as my hip! That never happened and she managed to slip right out of collars as a puppy, I had her on a harness until 6 months of age because of that problem. These collars are much better quality, easy to use, and look amazing! Also, leather will be stiff at first and then loosen, it should grow/stretch with her. I love the collars from this company and highly recommend them! I've never had a more durable collar that could last this long with my crazy boy!
Aug 4, 2013
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Lora S: Hi,
First of all, I bet your new friend is adorable! As far as the collar, it would be most helpful to you to know what size her neck is now and you can measure her by using the Sizing Guide by the product for helpful hints.
It would also be helpful to know what the size range is on the collar itself that you are thinking about ordering. It's usually kind of tough to know the exact size a mix will be when grown. However, I would think that a 18" collar would do the trick. The 18" may be too big now, but if she turns out to get bigger than you anticipate, the 16" may be too small. Check out their Return Policy to see if that would be something you may consider if what you order is to small or large. If you choose to keep the collar and it is a lttle loose on her when she's grown, you can carefully add an additional hole to make it smaller. For the width it really just depends on how wide you want it to be on her neck. I haven't purchased one of their leather collars but I do have the Mendota Braided Command Slip Collar and the Mendota Braided Snap Leash and have been very happy with both for their feel and craftsmanship.
I hope this in some way proves helpful to you. Best of everything to you and your friend:)
Aug 2, 2013
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Shelby Staff: The Mendota Collars have 5 adjustment holes to each collar, so you'll want to shoot for a collar that can be on the smallest hole now and go up 5 holes when she gets bigger. The size listed for the collar corresponds to the middle adjustment hole. So for example, if you measure your pup now and she has a 14" neck, we'd recommend the 16". That way, it will adjust down for now and go up to 18" or so on the largest hole. The adult beagle can have a neck size of 12-18", so there's quite a range. We agree with both of the other customers that measuring your dog's neck 1st is the best bet. Since these collars are not personalized - we can do a size exchange on them for just the cost of return shipping if you get one and it's not the right size. If you have questions, please call us at 800-720-8247. Aug 5, 2013
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Mendota English Bridle Leather Dog Collar reviews verified by Reevoo

(9.3 out of 10)
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Scores 9.3 out of 10 based on 4 reviews
(10 out of 10)


Madison, OH US
Quality Quality Quality.....American Made.....Fast Delivery
Confirmed purchase: December 20 2013
Published on: January 09 2014
(10 out of 10)


Montana US
Well made, durable. We had to replace a previous Mendota collar only because it was removed at the vets and Annie was able to reach the collar and chew - tasty, good quality leather!!!
Reviewer left no comment
Confirmed purchase: September 18 2013
Published on: September 28 2013
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