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MEASUREMENT

When you choose your collar from the store please check out the size guide in the photos. These measurements will be taken from below the buckle (where leather starts) to the first and last hole . Each hole is spaced 1/2" apart. Sizes 1-4 have 5 holes . Sizes 5-10 have 7 holes.

Unless otherwise stated in the description:

Sizes 1-2 will be 5/8" wide including padding.

Sizes 3-4 will be 7/8" wide including padding.

Sizes 5-7 will be 1" wide including padding.

Sizes 8-10 will measure 1 1/4" in cluding padding.

The collars in the store will be made to order. They are not kept in stock so the dispatch time is roughly two weeks . 

I also take custom orders , so if there is something you would like that you don't see in store please email me: hannahmcgreevy@yahoo.com

The shop will continue to grow! I will be adding the option to have your collar in a half check or martingale style in the near future...

I have the "best dressed"dogs and horses, all thanks to Hannah and Made2Measure. It is rare these days to find a true Craftsman that cares about each and every piece created, but Hannah is that person! The cut, beveled edges, and hand stitching is so obviously done with care and an understanding of the materials used. And everything is truly made to the measurements of your animal! Customer service is over and above too! Even if you have measured wrong, Hannah will help you get it right-lol! I highly recommend Made2Measure**************

Sandra Gorman

"I highly recommend M2M! Hannah is brilliant and so easy to work with. I've ordered about a dozen collars from M2M and every one has been a work of art. Thanks Hannah!"

Dayna Lemke

couldn't reccomend made 2 measure enough. Over the years I've had multiple collars made for my dogs varying from my terrier, retrievers, malis and gsd and the quality is outstanding, customer service above and beyond Hannah is always happy to discuss colour and design options. These collars would last a lifetime, the only reason I need to buy new is I love them so much.

Cheryl Blake