HalfMoonHounds

Your dog is unique. Their gear should be too.

Washington, United States
2,039 Sales | 5 out of 5 stars

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This shop got multiple 5-star reviews in the past 7 days.

HalfMoonHounds is taking a short break

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Note from shop owner The shop opens every two weeks with new items and colors. To know exactly when the shop opens please follow our instagram @halfmoonhounds for updates and early looks at new designs and tags.

Note from shop owner

Last updated on May 4, 2021

The shop opens every two weeks with new items and colors. To know exactly when the shop opens please follow our instagram @halfmoonhounds for updates and early looks at new designs and tags.

Kayleigh Cutshall

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Kayleigh Cutshall

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About HalfMoonHounds

Sales 2,039
On Etsy since 2017

I started Half Moon Hounds as a way to turn my passion into a business. As a dog lover and owner, I want to be able to supply others with custom, made just for them dog gear that fits the personality of their furry friends. I started this shop out by making custom paracod dog collars and leashes. While I loved making them and I hope to get back to them someday, my shop shifted towards resin dog products and I just fell in love. I love trying new techniques and bouncing ideas off of my amazing supporters.

I am a dog mom to my two amazing Siberian huskies and I currently live in my RV full time in Spokane Washington. When I'm not working on dog tags or at my full time job I enjoy scrapbooking and relaxing with my dogs. I'm so grateful for everyone and I hope to continue to grow my small shop in the years to come.

Shop members

  • Kayleigh

    Owner

    Hi everyone! My name is Kayleigh and I have two wild Siberian Huskies and we travel the country in our travel trailer. We love adventuring and exploring new places. Luna, Loki and I want to thank you for your support in our shop.

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Last updated on May 7, 2018
Frequently asked questions
Sizing details Buckle Set Up

To measure your dogs neck, simply take a string or fabric measuring tape and measure the part of the neck where you want the collar to sit. Be sure you measure how tight you would like it. My paracord collars are not adjustable so it's important for it to be just right. If you are unsure of sizing, I do suggest that you consider the biothane adapters which are adjustable.



For additional questions, please message me.

What if the collar doesn't fit?

If you measure as stated in the FAQ's there shouldn't be a problem with sizing. But I of course want you to be satisfied with your purchase. So please just contact me with any issues.

For orders that are made the correct size by the shop but were perhaps a customer error in sizing, there will be a $10 fee to help cover the costs of shipping and the time it takes to remake the item.

Items that do not fit must be sent back to the shop in order for us to begin re making your new ones.

Sizing Details Half Slip Set Up

For Half Slip collars, the size you choose in inches will be the size of the collar pattern itself. I will then add 2" of slip so that the collar will fit over your dogs head. If you have a dog breed with a larger head (Boxer, Pitbull, Mastiff, etc.) please add in the seller notes how long you would like the slip portion.


For additioal questions, please message me.

Sizing details For Biothane Adapters

These are our truly only adjustable collars. They will come with four to five adjustable points on the buckle. The size you order will be made on the center most hole. That way you will have a little wiggle room in both directions.


For additional questions, please message me.

Collar width and design variations

All of our items are made by hand by one person. We order all of our paracord from one company, but some variations will occur. Collar width can vary depending on the cord used as well as the weave itself. So please allow for some differences and nothing is ever 100% exact with handmade goods.