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FABRIC: A unique floral hand block print in tan, red and green on a light tan background. Made using traditional hand block and dye techniques from Jaipur, Rajasthan. Our Indian cloths are handmade, sometimes susceptible to irregularities in the weave or print, this is all part of their charm and are not classed as flaws. 100% lightweight cotton.
This bandana is square cut - just fold the square in 2 and tie the bandana around your dog's neck. Roll the long size, if necessary.
XS – 33x33cm square, 46cm around the neck -> fits 20-26cm neck sizes
Small – 40x40cm square, 56cm around the neck -> fits 27-35cm neck sizes
Medium – 45x45cm square, 63cm folded -> fits 36-41cm neck sizes
Large – 55x55cm square, 77cm folded -> fits 42-55cm neck sizes
Please measure your dog’s neck before placing the order to ensure you get the correct size. If the dog is fluffy or you are somewhere in between sizes, choose the larger of them. Always consider 20cm of the length around the neck for tying the knot. (example: if your dog’s neck measures 38cm, you need a diagonale of at least 58cm, so a Medium size will fit).
Due to the handmade nature of these products, slight variances in pattern placement and size may occur.
HOW TO WEAR:
You can roll the long side of the bandana before tying the knot, in order to fix it better on your dog’s neck, depending on how fluffy and/or tall he is.
We consider that our dogs’ health and safety should be every owner’s priority. Please read carefully the instructions below:
- Don’t let your dog use the bandana as a toy!
- Never use the bandana as a collar and do not attach other things like tags, leashes toys to it.
- Even if it’s a fun product, please take it off during play sessions or when the dog is left unattended.
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When placing the order, please leave us a comment with your dog's name and your instagram account if you have one.
If you have any questions please don’t hesitate to contact us. We will be happy to assist you!
Models Photo Credits: @maddi.hundeliebe and @sherlock_thecorgidog