To All of our beautiful people & your Fur Babies ,
We hope you are all safe, well, and looking out for each other.
We are living in a bit of a crazy world right now, and we are as confused as the rest of you about what we should and shouldn’t be doing.
We will continue to operate online as per usual. We are all happy and healthy here at Fetching Ware and haven’t had any cases of COVID-19. We are picking, packing and processing our orders as quickly as we can, and Australia Post are continuing to pick up our orders daily.
As things progress and people self-isolate, there will more than likely be some delays with Australia Post, and there’s a chance we might take a little longer than usual to get your orders out, but I promise with my heart of hearts, we are working as hard as we always do to get everything out as quickly as possible.
We really appreciate your patience if there are any delays, and we are more than happy to answer any questions you might have, just contact me at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Take care, look after each other.
🐾 Lots of Puppy Love, Megan & The Fetching Ware Team 🐾
As we carry many brands, the product sizes vary between designers. The sizes for each dog collar is located in the product description.
Measure for a new dog collar with a piece of non-elastic string. Place the string around the dog's neck. Hold the two ends of the string together. Place two fingers of one hand under the string, so it's not tight on the dog's neck. Use scissors to trim the string. Measure the string and compare it with the collar measurements.
Here are some “rules of thumb” when sizing a collar for your dog:
As we carry many brands, the product sizes vary between designers. The sizes for each article of clothing is located in the product description.
Have the dog stand for the measurement. Hold the end of a tape measure at the base of the dog's neck on the top of her back. Start approximately where the collar would fit. Pull the tape measure to the base of the tail. Record the measurement. This length is the measurement size for the different brands of our dog clothes.
Ensure your dog is standing and measure their chest behind the front legs.