William Walker Size and Care Guide

The sizes for our dog collars from our nobile and leather collection are as follows:

The measurement is taken from the buckle to the first/smallest hole or from the buckle to the largest/last hole of the lay-down collar. Attention: The length and not the circumference is measured. Due to the thickness of the leather, 2-3 cm must be subtracted from the indicated length when the collar is closed. For example, if the dog's neck circumference is 32 cm, the collar should be at least 34 cm long to the first hole when lying down (this would be size S for our collars). If you have any questions about our sizes, please contact our style advisory service or customer service.

XXS
Length: 22cm - 26cm, Width: 1,7cm
Chihuahua, Havaneser, Zwergspitz, Yorkshire Terrier
 

XS
Length: 25cm - 32cm, Width: 2cm
Jack Russel Terrier, Dackel, Malteser
 

S
Length: 31cm - 38cm, Width: 2,5cm
Mops, Französische Bulldogge, Beagle, Klein und Mittelpudel
 

M
Length: 38cm - 44cm, Width: 3cm
Welsh Corgi, Cocker Spaniel, Schnauzer, Foxterrier, Whippet
 

L
Length: 43cm - 51cm, Width: 3cm
Weimaraner, Boxer, Dalmatiner, Golden Retriever, Continental Bulldogge
 

XL
Length: 50cm - 59cm, Width: 3,5cm
Rottweiler, Rhodesian Ridgeback, Bernhardiner, Schäferhun

 

Our dog leash is available in two different variants and two different sizes:

1st variant:

3-way adjustable: the 3-way adjustable leash has two carabiners, two D-rings and an O-ring, so that the leash can be adjusted to three different lengths. It is therefore flexible to use and the right variant for daily use.

City Leash: Our City Leash has a fixed length of 1.5m and a fixed wrist loop. It is about 90g lighter than the 3-way adjustable version and is the right choice for city walks with a tight lead.

2nd size:

Standard size: the standard size is designed for collar sizes S-XL with a width of 2cm.

For small dogs: The small version is thinner (instead of 2cm only 1.5cm) and equipped with much lighter fittings. The small leash is thus specially adapted to the needs of small dogs, both for weight and visual reasons.

Care:

Even though leather products age individually over time and tell their own story, proper care is absolutely recommended for the longest possible life expectancy.

For the cleaning the leather a cloth moistened with water in combination with proper rubbing is sufficient. Subsequently, the remaining moisture should be absorbed with a dry cloth.

Important: Neither collar nor leash, should be treated with harsh detergents, nor exposed to intensive, prolonged contact with water, for example, bathing or swimming. Intensive water contact, especially with salt water, may cause discoloration. For optimal protection against water and dirt, we recommend our impregnation spray Protect.