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Son of a Sailor Dog Accessories

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Son of a Sailor Dog Accessories

from 48.00

These natural leather products by Austin-based Son of a Sailor offer chic options for walking your furry friend, including: 

Lola Waste Bag Holders, a small pouch container for doggy waste bags, discreetly fashion forward and practical, available in Black and Tan variations.

Willis Collars, sleek, multi-colored collars for dogs small, medium, and large.

Eastwood Leashes, ergonomic, sturdy, and stylish, they attach to, and pair well with the Lola Waste Bag Holders.

(sold separately)

"Leather and brass will patina with time and exposure to the elements. While we strive to produce heritage pieces, if your dogs are anything like ours, leather and brass will darken after a couple of rolls in the mud. Our leather items are painted with tough-wearing leather paint, and hold up to rough and tumble wear exceptionally well. Featuring a wax seal, spot clean with a damp cloth."

(Care Instructions from the Son of a Sailor website)

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These natural leather products by Austin-based Son of a Sailor offer chic options for walking your furry friend, including: 

Lola Waste Bag Holders, a small pouch container for doggy waste bags, discreetly fashion forward and practical, available in Black and Tan variations.

Willis Collars, sleek, multi-colored collars for dogs small, medium, and large.

Eastwood Leashes, ergonomic, sturdy, and stylish, they attach to, and pair well with the Lola Waste Bag Holders.

(sold separately)

"Leather and brass will patina with time and exposure to the elements. While we strive to produce heritage pieces, if your dogs are anything like ours, leather and brass will darken after a couple of rolls in the mud. Our leather items are painted with tough-wearing leather paint, and hold up to rough and tumble wear exceptionally well. Featuring a wax seal, spot clean with a damp cloth."

(Care Instructions from the Son of a Sailor website)