Paula Kirkwood

£49.00 - £85.00

Rustic Leather Whippet Collar

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Luxury Leather Whippet Dog Collar.

These Real Leather Whippet Collars are handmade in a variety of neutral, natural tones.

Luxurious Italian vegetable tanned leather and solid brass hardware, are used to handcraft each collar, in my workshop by the sea in Brighton, UK.

This collars style is based on the classic Sight Collar shape.

A fishtail, designed to support the widest part of the dogs long elegant neck.
Wider at the front and narrower around the back.
A minimalist touch to a functional piece of kit for your lovely furry friend.

Created for those sensitive, wriggly necks of Sighthound breeds such as….
Whippet Collar, Greyhound, Iggy and Salukis


- 100% Italian vegetable tanned tumbled leather.
- Vegetable tanned leather holds the natural character of the leathers journey.
Dyed carefully using vegetable matter, this leather produces a stunning patina
over time and wear.
- A leather thats holds its natural textures and character.
- Lined with a soft leather lining.
- Softening in handle and becoming deeper in tone.
- Lightweight but strong.
- Colour fast long lasting and durable.
- Sold brass hardware sourced in the UK.
- Stitched with rot proof, strong, bonded nylon thread.


- XSMALL - 25cm - 31cm

- SMALL - 30cm - 36cm

- MEDIUM - 32cm - 40cm

- LARGE - 35cm - 43cm

➕ Choose your collar width from the drop down menu, 5cm or 6cm



Measuring guide.

Using a flat tape or a piece of string, measure the dogs neck at the level where their collar would naturally sit against their fur.
This gives you the measurement from the buckle pin to the correct setting hole for your dog.
Once you’ve got your dogs neck measurement add 2cm for ease.
You know if you have the correct measurement, because you should be able to get 2 fingers under the collar comfortably.

If your dog sits between sizes, best to go up a size.


Leather being a natural product it is more than suitable for your hairy friend.
Leather can be cleaned with a good quality saddle soap.
If the product does get wet, allow to dry naturally.
For general maintenance and restoration, use a leather wax or balm every couple months.