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EvilCollar

Crosspit collar 5cm

Regular price €45.00 EUR
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Crosspit collar 5cm. CROSSPIT was born from the love, knowledge and deep respect of the Pit Bull in all its shapes and sizes. Active throughout the national and non-national territory, this voluntary organization deals with the recovery of Pit Bull, Amstaff and the like from emergency situations, taking care of all the health, behavioral and maintenance aspects until adoption. Part of the proceeds will be donated to CROSSPIT.

Collar width 5cm, Black Color, Sewn in 4 layers, Oversized ring, Oversized buckle for complete safety, Washable at 40 °!

Crosspit

Dimensions

How to measure your Dog.
To make your dog's collar you will need to measure the circumference of the neck using a tape measure. If a tape measure is not available, you can use a tape or a cord that you will run around the neck, then record the measurement on a ruler.
To be sure of the measurement, repeat the operation a couple of times.
The measurement should preferably be taken with the dog in a standing position!

DO NOT MEASURE OLD COLLARS


Misura collare cane
To make the harness, measure the circumference of the neck and chest immediately after the front legs, as shown in the figure.


Misura pettorina cane

     

    Times and Shipping

    Production and delivery times are approximately 7-15 working days for Italy and Europe, 15-30 working days for the rest of the world.

    We ship to Italy with SDA or DHL courier, for Europe and the rest of the world Poste Italiane or DHL. After shipment, the tracking number of the package will be sent.

    Measurement

    To make the new collar for your dog you will need to measure the circumference of the neck using a tape measure. If a tape measure is not available, you can use a tape or a cord that you will run around the neck, then record the measurement on a ruler. To be sure of the measurement, repeat the operation a couple of times. The measurement should preferably be taken with the dog standing upright!


    DO NOT MEASURE OLD COLLARS