Announcement Ruggit Collars has new and upgraded leather for 2017 that is even more durable and scratch resistant for our new line of dog collars. Custom engraving and embroidered or the combo of the two is no problem.
Ruggit Collars has new and upgraded leather for 2017 that is even more durable and scratch resistant for our new line of dog collars. Custom engraving and embroidered or the combo of the two is no problem.
- All 44
- Adjust Leather Collars 11
- Adjustable Nylon Collars 4
- Non-Adjustable Collars 5
- Personalized Cat Collars 9
- Flamboyant Collection 5
- Small Dog Collars 1
- All leather cat collars 4
- Embroidered Cat Collars 3
Kristina Prapuolenis on Apr 26, 2017
A Nilson on Apr 25, 2017
Item arrived very quickly and was exactly as described.
mindacampbell on Apr 25, 2017
Great quality and resilience! Love the font.
Love our customers and love what we do
We make sure we get your sizes correct by making sure the measurement is correct before we produce your collar. With that information we take to the shop floor where all the magic begins. With many different types of techniques to get that prime product.
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Ruggit Collars mission is to bring you personalized dog collars and cat collars that are unique yet staying in latest fashion. All of Ruggit Collars products are handmade and customized with sizes, colors, embroidery, laser engraving and materials.
Accepted payment methods
- Accepts Etsy gift cards
- Money Order
- Other Method
Refunds and Exchanges
Additional policies and FAQs
Please physically measure your pets actual neck with a measuring tape by snugging tape tight without putting any fingers underneath and give me that number without adding or taking away. That is the only measurement needed or collar may be too big.
1. Please do not measure a collar in any shape or form, (flat on table, etc.)
physical neck only.
Our collars inside measured circumference when closed will match your given size for a perfect fit. Thanks so much.
Frequently asked questions
Why is my cat losing her collar Arrg!
Not all cats will wear a collar for the first time with no problem at all, however for most it takes a bit of getting used to. The first time you put it on, they may manage to get it off fairly quickly. So for the first few times, put it on when they are inside and you are there to watch them. Distract them from the unfamiliar feeling with a toy or treats. This also rewards them for keeping it on. If they are clearly finding the collar annoying and cannot be distracted, take it off. Next time try and keep it on a little longer. Eventually they won't be bothered by it at all and you can then leave it on permanently.
How do I measure for your collars?
Some shop owners require you lay a collar flat and measure the length. Practical right? Actually no. Here's why. All collars are not the same thickness (nylon, thick leather etc.) therefore if laid flat for all you will end up with different sizes . This is why we require you to measure with a soft tape the actual neck and not the collar for a much more professional sizing. (sort of like a tailored suit) You will then have no problem with sizing. (if any doubt read reviews)