A quality leather pet collar, if cared for correctly, should last for several years - Dennis McGuirk
Managing Director of Tagiffany
To keep your leather collar in tip-top condition, Dennis highly recommends trying to avoid contact with salt or chlorinated water as this eats away the oils and tallows of the leather. If the leather does come into contact with these, rinse with fresh water and allow to air dry, when fully dry, treat with a suitable leather conditioner to restore the goodness to the leather.If prolonged exposure to water occurs and the leather hardens Dennis suggests neatsfoot oil to restore suppleness to the leather. If the leather becomes dirty with mud, simply wipe clean with a damp cloth and when dry treat with a suitable conditioner.