Here at Scrufts HQ, we treasure our homegrown traditional crafts. Our Harris Tweed Dog Collars are made using the wonderful 100% Scottish wool. This beautiful wool is produced on the Isle of Harris. A Tweed dog collar is perfect for the dog-about-town as well as the country dog. Not to forget it’s oh so stylish patterns, colours and textures are right on trend. We also use tweeds from the rest of the UK, especially that woven in County Donegal. This Tweed is made from silk and wool, giving the fabric a nuanced colouring and is lighter in texture.
A Scrufts Tweed dog collar is lined with lux velvet for ultimate comfort and wearability. The clasps, Dee rings and sliders are the very best available so you can be certain that your whiskery chum will be safe AND snug in their new collar. We don’t like to use metal collar clips. Why? Well for instance as they are not as practical and durable as the 100% American made versions that we’ve used for many years. The Harris tweeds are so very beautiful that we find it almost impossible to choose a pattern. The colourways are also bright and punchy or muted and elegant.
Our Latest tweed dog collars
Our latest Mono Harris Tweed is one of our favourites as it’s dramatic black and off-white. This look is always fashionable. There might be the whiff of Chanel about it, being redolent of her classically tailored suits of the 30’s. We sometimes source Fabric for our Tweed dog collars from a local shop. The owner of the shop has the ability to find fine Italian weaves which are perfect for our wares. The owner even gives me a call if she has a hot Scrufts Tweed fabric arriving, so we can be first in line for an exclusive. And, of course, a Scrufts Tweed dog collar is totally washable, although you will need to use a little care by not using biological washing powder and definitely not using a tumble dryer ! Tweed derives from a 100% naturally sourced wooden fleece and deserves some tlc.
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Hi, my name is Joy and I started making dog collars back in 2008 when I went shopping for new collars and leads for my two Sussex Spaniels and was really disappointed at what was on offer. A year of general head scratching and sampling fabrics and clips and other bits and bobs and, shazam, Scrufts was born.