Can they be washed?
Our dog leads are all machine washable
Gold/Gold, Flamingo/Flamingo, Flamingo/Gold, Lagoon/Lagoon, Lagoon/Gold, Granite/Granite, Granite/Gold, Silver/Silver, Silver/Gold, Olive/Olive, Olive/Gold, Cerise/Cerise, Cerise/Gold, Black/Black, Black/Gold, Seville/Seville, Seville/Gold, Chili/Chili, Chili/Gold, Snow/Snow, Snow/Gold and Emerald/Emerald, Emerald/Gold
Our dog leads are 19mm wide, plain-weave and comes in 110cm or 180cm length.
We only use solid brass hardware on our dog leads, so you can be sure they will not rust.
Why choose our dog leads?
We have carefully selected the best webbing manufactured right here in the United Kingdom. This webbing is strong, durable and fade resistant. By sewing together two layers of this webbing we created the now classic Brindle & Whyte two-tone dog lead. Not only are these extremely durable, they are also machine washable and look incredibly stylish!
How long should my dog lead be?
Choosing the length of your dog lead is very personal and depends on several things. Most sighthounds and whippets, for example, like to walk ahead in front of their owner, so a longer lead is generally needed. Some dogs walk nicely to heal, however, in which case the shorter 110cm lead is best.
Which collar should I choose to go with my dog lead?
We make several types of collars:
Standard collars are made from a single loop.
Martingale collars are made out of two loops to create a humane choke collar.
Unsure what a martingale collar is?
A martingale collar is a design of collar that helps prevent a dog from slipping out of their collar. Adjusted properly, a martingale collar never chokes, but contracts snugly to prevent escape when needed. If you are unsure whether our solid brass martingale collars are correct for your hound, please read our blog post here which explains in a little more detail what it is and how to use one.