Before I start this post properly, can I tell you how hard it is to get a one year old Border Collie pup to pose for photos? I could NOT get him to stand or sit still, incredibly frustrating for all concerned let me tell you.
See what I mean about refusing to pose? Anyway, from the moment Ferguson entered my life, I knew he would have more accessories than me. Considering he doesn’t wear a collar in the house, he has a fair few of them in all different styles. A new favourite of ours in Barc London.
Barc recognised a gap in the market for stylish yet simple accessories for dogs, with an air of luxury made from high quality ingredients. Their range is simple, stylish and totally stripped back in a small range of colours. They are made using top quality leather and premium fastenings with the cutest embossing that really makes them stand out from the crowd.
The leather is incredible soft meaning it is comfortable for Ferguson to wear and doesn’t irritate him. Both the collar and lead have the brand name embossed and the cute logo on display too. The colour range is fairly neutral, which I would consider more appropriate for bitches than dogs, but I love the light grey accessories we were kindly sent and he has had lots of compliments from fellow dog walkers whilst we have been out on our travels.
Unlike many dog accessory companies, Barc accommodate for most sizes of pooch. I have lost count of the amount of gorgeous collars and coats I have seen which only fit smaller dogs. His collar is the large size but, in hindsight, a medium size would have fitted him fine.
Whilst Barc is not cheap, they are beautifully made and easy to keep clean, with the soft leather being wipe clean and water resistant. You can get a matching collar and lead for £55 on their website at the moment too. Being so hard wearing, they will certainly last which, I think, makes the price totally worth it. I have my eye on the black one too, you know, for special occasions. A dog can never have too many accessories, right?
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