Mendota Rolled Leather Training Collar

Mendota Rolled Leather Training Collar

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Suited for All Situations

Your dog can wear our Mendota Rolled Leather Training Collar for work or for play! As a slip collar, it tightens when your dog pulls and loosens when he or she responds to your correction, making it the perfect training collar. This leather training collar can also be used as a standard rolled collar with a floating ring for lead attachment. Talk about form and function!

Function with Elegance

Unlike most other leather collars you'll find, the rolled leather design of this one helps prevent matting and tangles on the fur around your dog's neck. Seams are resin sealed and stitched with nylon thread for high durability, meaning it is excellent for both training and most other situations your dog will ever find himself in. Even better, the chestnut brown leather pairs beautifully with the collar's solid brass accents. And if you want to personalize this collar, use dogIDs Hang Tags only, as nameplates will not fit on our rolled leather collars.

Product Highlights:

  • Helps Prevent Fur Matting on Dog's Neck
  • Perfect for Breeds with Longer Fur
  • Chestnut Brown Leather
  • Solid Brass Roller Buckle and Rings
  • Nylon Stitching
  • Resin Sealed Seams
  • Incredibly Durable
  • 1 inch Wide Leather Rolled to Approximately 1/2 inch Diameter
  • Made in the USA

Available Sizing:

  • 1 x 16 in - Fits Neck Sizes of 14-18 Inches
  • 1 x 18 in - Fits Neck Sizes of 16-20 Inches
  • 1 x 20 in - Fits Neck Sizes of 18-22 Inches
  • 1 x 22 in - Fits Neck Sizes of 20-24 Inches 
  • 1 x 24 in - Fits Neck Sizes of 22-26 Inches 

Caring for Your Leather Collar

Given the proper care, leather collars can provide your pup with years of beauty and function. To clean and prevent cracking, you should regularly clean and condition your leather collar. To clean, spritz the collar with a pH balanced cleaner, such as our dogIDs Leather Cleaner, and wipe with a cloth or soft brush. It should be followed up with Leather Conditioner to further protect your collar. 

For more details on caring for your leather collar, watch our how-to video or read our dog blog

Caring for Brass

Brass naturally has a tendency to oxidize. If this happens, there are a few simple tips you can follow to make it look like new. These tips are in our brass care video or blog post

Est. Production Time: 1-2 business days

  • Excellent for Long-Haired Breeds
  • Chesnut Brown Leather
  • Solid Brass Buckle and Hardware
  • Slip Collar for Training
  • Made in the USA