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Collar *Ghepardo*

Biothane x Paracord
Handcrafted to order
€47,49

exkl. shipping costs

Water resistant
100 day guarantee
Multiple adjustable
Eye-catching guarantee
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Stylish appearance thanks to the combination of several colors
Pressure-relieving nylon paracord ropes for comfortable carrying
Size ratios perfectly tailored to the size of the dog
Dog collar with an extra width - still perfect for very small dogs
delivery time: 7 - 10 working days
3-4x faster compared to other handicraft manufacturers
Product description

BioThane® x Paracord

Collar "Ghepardo"

Perfect everyday collar | XXS to 3XL
This collar made from original US paracord ropes and Biothane® is created for every everyday situation. Not only is it particularly stylish and comfortable for your dog to wear, but it is also perfect for water activities. The collar has all the features a dog owner wants. We offer the collar for all dog sizes - whether Chihuahua, Maltese, Labrador or strong muscle man.

High wearing comfort & abrasion resistance
✔ Easy care & washable
✔ For all weather conditions | 4 seasons
✔ Collar with “extra width”
✔ Multiple adjustments

Collar sizes

Collar with that certain “extra width”
Of course, we always adjust the collar to suit the dog’s size. Basically, our collars from the “Biothane x Paracord” collection are slightly wider. The paracord rope sheath increases the collar width by approx. 8-10mm.

The paracord rope sheath provides additional stability and durability. The look of the patterned rope gives the collar a unique and distinctive look and makes you and your dog stand out particularly elegantly. Order now with the matching leash and save 13% off the collar.

Biothane x Paracord Dog Collar Sizes

Current product in the picture

Size XXS

buckle

Black

Paracords

Desert Island, Cafe Latte

Biothane® Black
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Avoid these mistakes

  1. Dog was lying there
  2. It was not measured closely
  3. Measure your own on an existing collar
  4. Estimates & inaccurate readings
  5. The majority tends to measure too generously

Measure correctly

Measure neck circumference

  1. Get the dog to “stand” or “sit”.
  2. Place a flexible tape measure at the collar point
    (alternatively: cord/thread/shoelaces)
  3. Pull the tape measure tightly
    Note: Do not use the famous “two-finger buffer rule.” Make sure you measure snugly.
  4. Read the value (or measure the length if using a cord). We recommend carrying out another test measurement.
  5. Note the note below about adding a “feel-good buffer.”
With a tight rope collar
💡 Please do not add a buffer . We automatically manufacture your rope collar with a 2cm buffer. So just enter your measurement result.

With any other adjustable collar
You can add another 1-2cm buffer and then determine the size you need and select accordingly in the product.

If your size overlaps with another size (e.g. M and L), we recommend choosing the larger one. It is also possible to make an intermediate size. To do this, select the “larger” one in the product and write your desired intermediate size in the note field in the shopping cart.
Do you want to be 100% sure?
Download our collar templates and use them to check one of your existing collars.
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True-to-size templates that can be printed out for comparison to the existing collar.

Measure head circumference

  1. Get the dog to “stand” or “sit”.
  2. Place a flexible measuring tape around the widest part of the head - often directly in front of the beginning of the ears
    (alternatively: rope/cord/thread/shoelace)
  3. Tape measure tight pull
  4. Read/mark value, carry out test measurement if necessary - round up decimal values

💡 If you use a tape measure alternative such as string, thread, shoelaces, you can then measure the marked length on the string with a ruler.

Picture instructions for measuring dog neck and head circumference

Here you can find further information about materials & co.

Used material
  • This collarwill withhigher quality & more corrosion resistantSaddlery made.
  • The ones usedscrewsareadditionally with thread locking adhesivesecured - the surface ispainted.
  • Paracord ropesin the bestUS Army quality
  • BioThane® | Original& patented material
General information
- No size comparison with other manufacturers

Please do not transfer the sizes of other manufacturers to our sizes. Each manufacturer states their sizes slightly differently.

How to find the right size - Measure the neck circumference using our instructions (if necessary, also using our printable measuring templates).

Download stencils

- Correct collar fit

The collar fits correctly if you can still clamp 1-2 finger widths between the neck and the collar. The collar can still be under tension. Many dog ​​owners tend to adjust the collar too loosely.

- metal goods

Screws, carabiners, rings and buckles are exposed to constant friction. This is a natural process and can hardly be prevented with dog leashes. Our “hardware” is pre-treated differently depending on the color and therefore has different abrasion resistance. Basically, we use metal alloys of very good industrial quality, which have a very high corrosion resistance. (Very robust against rust formation). Every hardware used is checked and tested before use. You can find the specific hardware used in this product listed above.

  • Painted hardware (black): Most vulnerable, the paintwork can rub off over time.
  • Copper-plated hardware (rose gold): Low susceptibility.
  • Brass plated hardware (golden look): Low vulnerability.
  • Real brass hardware (gold): No vulnerability
  • Silver Hardware: No vulnerability
Disclaimer product photos

Color deviations in the display are possible and depend on the calibration of your display. We try to represent the colors as realistically as possible and so far we have only received positive feedback.

  • How are the paracord ropes attached?

Using a special braiding technique, the ropes are securely attached to the Biothane/webbing material. The rope ends are welded together.

  • Can the ropes break over time?

No - Our paracords come from the USA and partly the EU. The paracords are manufactured in US Army quality and sometimes even from the same manufacturer. Paracord ropes are already very tear-resistant as standard. We can therefore rule out any tearing.

  • I have a special color request, can I swap the color?

If you don't like the color, we can always implement your color request. You will find a download link to our color palette in the side bar menu or in the footer of the shop. There you can look at all the paracord colors and then write to us. (WhatsApp or email)

  • What is the difference between Biothane® & PVC webbing?

Basically just the manufacturer & little things about the “recipe”. PVC webbing is the “EU” product and Biothane® is the patented “original” from the USA. Anyone looking for a Biothane product will usually be satisfied with the PVC webbing. We can offer both. Biothane® has a slightly softer, more rubbery coating.

  • What is a paracord rope anyway?

A paracord consists of 32 braided threads in the rope sheath and 7 threads in the core of the rope. It is made of 100% nylon and is one of the high-quality yarns.

General information about collars
  • How long does it take you to make my collar?

Since we make all of the collars ourselves by hand and the selection of colors available is enormous, we often have to order the desired color from the supplier first. If we already have the materials in stock, it usually takes between 1-3 working days, otherwise as stated under "Delivery times", until your collar leaves our factory.

  • I would like to exchange one color for another

Write to us via WhatsApp or email with your change request. Since we manufacture to order, the desired change should not be a problem.

We also offer configurators where you can configure your collar 100% yourself.

To the configurator

  • How should a collar fit?

There is no reliable indicator for this, but we can give you a few helpful tips:

1. Safe, comfortable & yet not too loose.

2. It should not be able to be pulled out over your head.

3. Do not determine whether a collar fits while lying down.

4. Forget the "2-finger rule", it's nonsense and way too imprecise. You can still get them underneath when it's too tight and also when it's too loose.

5. Set the collar to the tightest setting for your dog - so that it is clearly too tight for your dog. Now move forward one step at a time.

As soon as it no longer really "sticks" to the neck and has some room for maneuver, you should no longer make it larger. It should turn without much problem.

A collar is part of the basic equipment and is sometimes used 24/7. Therefore, signs of wear and tear are a completely normal occurrence in the long term and cannot be avoided.

We'll give you a few tips on how to best care for the collar.

Wash/clean

If it is slightly dirty, you can simply hold the product under running water. If it is very dirty, it can also be washed in the washing machine or by hand at a gentle cycle of 30°C. To do this, use a laundry bag/laundry net so that your drum remains protected from the hard metal.

Hand washing also works very well and is usually quicker. Simply prepare a tub/bucket with warm water and some detergent and let them bathe for 5-10 minutes. If necessary, help gently with a lint-free cloth/rag. This is even gentler & our recommendation.

Depending on the color, the paracord ropes can give off some color and contract a little during the first wash. This is completely normal and only happens the first time you wash it.

In general, avoid:

- Water solutions containing salt (e.g. dishwasher tab)

- Fabric softener

- Aggressive cleaning agents

dry

Dry roughly with a lint-free cloth and then let it air dry. Avoid heating, hairdryers and dryers.

Carabiner care (rope collar)

Greasing: We recommend regular oiling at intervals of approx. 6 months or after intensive washing or lots of bathing fun. If you spend most of your time near salt water, this recommendation is reduced to shorter distances depending on your needs and local conditions.

Cleaning: After spending time on sandy beaches, for example, check that the carabiner is properly closed.

In general: The classic bolt carabiners are known for blocking themselves with grains of sand. The scissor carabiners, however, less so. This is what we usually use with our rope collars. If necessary, simply clean the carabiner under running water.

Collars

Please use our measuring instructions and do not rely on sizes from other manufacturers.

Do not measure your existing collar lengthwise. This is far too imprecise because it depends on other factors. Only measure it when closed & then only the inner circle.

We provide printable templates, which are the most accurate way to determine the size of an existing collar. (printer required)

Download stencils

Linen

The lengths are always given when the leash is open. (Measured from carabiner to carabiner).

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Robust quality for a long time

We use robust, tried-and-tested quality for our collars. Compared to many other providers, our buckle straps do not tear out in the long term.

Our sewing thread is of premium brand quality and is made of extra-strong and elastic polyester - for the highest tear resistance.

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Determine the correct size using our templates

We take away any uncertainty you may have when determining the collar size you need.

With our printable templates you can easily and safely determine the neck circumference.

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Try new colors

Try something new and be more daring with your color choices.

Bright colors look particularly good on dogs.

We would be happy to advise you on this too, just write us the breed and coat color.

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