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How to measure for your dog’s new leather collar at Backstreet Leather
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Measure your dog's neck with a tape measure, or, if you don't have tape measure, use a piece of string and then measure the string with a ruler or yardstick. Hold the tape or string around the dog's neck so that it's neither tight nor loose, but just snug. This measurement is the size you should order. You can also measure an old collar, measuring from the end of the tongue of the buckle to the most-used hole on the other end of the collar, as illustrated in the diagram for belts above.

When we make the collar, we'll leave a little allowance for comfort, and there will be two additional holes in each direction for adjustment.

 

 
 
 
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