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???????? Part of our 2019 Holiday Collection, this gingerbread man and candy cane motif collar, for a dog or cat, is wonderfully festive! The ideal collar for them to wear for your Christmas family photos or just when they are appearing in Instagram shots alongside your holiday baking!

???? "b"ABOUT THIS COLLAR
⚬ Brown with gingerbread men and candy cane print
⚬ Metal D ring adjuster.
⚬ Side release buckle.
⚬ Sizes XS to XL (see size chart photo #2).
⚬ For dogs or cats.
⚬ Handmade in Phoenix, Arizona
⚬ FREE shipping!
⚬ "b"We do not recommend using our vanity collars as leads for strong pulling dogs.

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Since our collars are made to order, we do ask that you double check the size of your pet's neck prior to ordering. Please allow 2 fingers of extra room around your pet's neck. Measuring your pet's neck is the only true way to determine if our collars will fit your pet. There is no standard sizing chart for collars and every brand will fit differently. Please review our 2nd photo for our personal size chart.

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If you have any questions about this collar, please use the “Contact Me With General Inquiries” button and we’ll be happy to help!

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