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ADD Orange Ikat Collar

£18.00 GBP
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The Orange collar from our new 'A Dogs Dream' collection is all the colours of that 70's show.. For a stylish pooch who knows what they want!

Our Dogs Dream Collars are made from Ikat fabrics sourced from small scale rural weavers in India.
Koko Collective's collars and leads all use durable polyester webbing sandwiched between two layers of fabric and strong metal d-rings and hardware. Each collar and lead is finished with two layers of bicycle tube, which is a great vegan alternative to leather, we source our bicycle tube from small bicycle repair shop in Kolkata.

Washing Instructions

Please hand wash with warm water and mild detergent.

Koko Collective

Koko Collective make design-led pet & people accessories for ethically conscious change makers.
Koko Collective design, teach and make all their pet and people accessories with the charity Calcutta Rescue in India. This charity employs around 15 people who would otherwise find it difficult to seek employment. Some of the artisans have had severe trauma or health problems and some have come from very poor families who have lacked education opportunities. The charity provides them with free health care, pension, education for their children and a fair living wage.
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