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It’s super easy to wash hemp/nylon collars, leashes, and harnesses. 

  • For the best result, before washing, soak the product for 15 minutes in a lukewarm water together with some detergent.
  • Put the product in a laundry wash bag and wash it with a delicate laundry detergent on a delicate or hand wash cycle (max 30 degrees °C).
  • Lay it out to air dry (don’t put it on a warm heating element or tumble dry!).



Leather is sensitive to natural elements: water, oil, snow, heat, light, and environments that are too humid or too dry. Protect it from extensive exposure to intense light, extreme cold and heat (direct sunlight, in a window, on a radiator, etc.), which may alter the color or cause dryness or cracks.

  • Warning: never use alcohol, cleaning solvents, oils or polishes as may damage the leather.
  • If the leather comes into contact with water, wipe it immediately with a soft, lint-free cloth. This will prevent the formation of stains and blisters.
  • Stains can be spot cleaned with a damp lint-free cloth as well.
  • Lay it out to air dry (don’t put it on a warm heating element or tumble dry!).
  • To prevent dryness or cracks, treat it with a neutral polishing cream.
  • Let it dry overnight so that the product gets beautifully conditioned.
  • For the best result, maintain the leather product on a regular basis.

With little pampering, your leather product will over again regain its beautiful state and develop even more character over time.

Now, nothing stands in your way for you and your pooch to enjoy those long walks for a very long time.



The metal pieces – clasps, snap hooks, D rings and buckles – known as ‘hardware’ can all be cleaned with a damp lint-free cloth. In a case of brass hardware, apply a brass cleaner (available in grocery stores or your local hardware store) on a lint-free cloth according to the instructions on the bottle.



Beds should first be vacuumed before washing to remove sand or loose dirt.

  • Large stains can be spot treated with liquid soap.
  • Next, our outer beds can be removed, turned inside out, and machine washed in the delicate or hand wash cycle (max 30 degrees °C).
  • The beds should be laid out to air dry, or dried on low heat in the dryer. The inner stuffing can also be washed in the delicate cycle, and then air dried.
  • The fluff of the inner stuffing can be brought back by shaking it well, beating it gently, and then vacuuming it.