Pet Impact Hemp Collar And Lead Set
Pet Impact Hemp Collar and Lead Set is the perfect sustainable choice, combining luxury and functionality. This resilient lead and collar set is anti-microbial, hypoallergenic resistant to UV light. It won't deteriorate in salt water, which is great if you live by the coast. Plus it has strong and sturdy metal parts, including a swivel clip on the lead.
The material will not fray following washes and is easily hand-washable and take a good scrubbing if needs be. But, make sure you don't put it in the machine as it's handwash only.
Resilient, durable, anti microbial, hypoallergenic resistant to UV Light
Will not deteriorate in salt water
Strong and sturdy metal parts, including a swivel clip on the lead
- Easily hand-washable and can take a good scrubbing
- Material will not fray following washes
Will likely darken over time while maintaining its natural look
Not suitable for machine wash due to metal buckle
Only the best quality for your dog - strong & durable natural materials.
A luxurious, perfect fit for your dog - easily adjustable strap.
Soft and gentle for maximum comfort - Anti-microbial, hypoallergenic, resistant to UV light & salt water.
Maintaining convenience and safety - speedy quick-release buckle, a swivel clip on the lead, and easily hand washable.
- SMALL : 25 to 37cm / 9.8 to 14.5 inches
- MEDIUM : 33 to 49cm / 13 to 19 inches
- LARGE : 39 to 60cm / 15.5 to 23.5 inches
- All leads are 1.2 metres long
- Small collars and leads are 2cm in width.
- Medium and large collars and leads are 2.5cm in width.
Hemp is famous for being one of the most sustainable fibres around – and for good reason.
It grows in a range of environments, it grows incredibly fast, absorbing enormous amounts of carbon dioxide (4x times more CO2 than the average tree!) and is naturally pest-resistant meaning fertilizers and pesticides are rarely required.
It supports soil health by returning up to 70% of the nutrients it takes back into the soil and its strong roots prevent soil erosion.
It can produce up to 250% higher yield than cotton on the same amount of land and requires up to 4 times less water. It is also one of the strongest and most durable fibres there is, being 10 times stronger than cotton!
It is no wonder it has been coined the sustainable super-fibre of the future.
Cork is a lesser-known sustainable material but confers enormous environmental and socioeconomic benefits.
It is harvested by peeling the bark off cork oak trees which are native to the Mediterranean region and provides a vital source of income to its local communities.
Since the trees are not cut down to harvest the cork, they provide a vast CO2 store. In fact, harvested trees absorb up to 5 times more CO2 than non-harvested trees to aid the regeneration process – how cool is that?
They have an critical role in regulating water cycles, preventing desertification and to top it off, they are considered one of the most biodiverse environments in the world, with plant diversity reaching 135 species per square metre! Many endangered species such as the Iberian Imperial Eagle, Iberian Lynx and the Barbary Deer depend on them for survival.