We hope that you and your hound will love Dog Moda products. After all, we only sell hound collars, leather dog leads and sighthound accessories which we are happy to use on our own beloved dogs.
However, if for any reason you or your hound are not completely happy with the quality of our sighthound products, we offer free returns with a full refund.
Be safe! Be bright! Be seen! Be wise! Use reflective collars for increased visibility and safety in low light conditions.
Did you know that UK highway code, as well as road regulations in many other countries, requires all road users to wear something reflective at night to help others see you.
We value your custom and would like to show our appreciation by giving every Dog Moda customer a FREE small, but functional present.
Dogs, sighthounds among them, in costumes attended the carnival pet parade in Rio de Janeiro, Brazil on Sunday, February 19, 2017. People dressed up their pets for the annual block parade held near Copacabana beach.
(AP Photo/Leo Correa).
Afghan hounds have a reputation for being impossible to train .... but speaking from personal experience, a patient approach, good sense of humour and an irresistible liver cake in one's treat bag one can convince even this one of the most independent and strong willed breeds to fetch slippers, come back when called, go through agility tunnel and even do scent work!
From 6 April 2016 all dogs in England, Scotland and Wales are legally required to be microchipped and details registered with one of the six authorised databases:
As far as the Italian greyhound temperament is concerned, a typical dog of this breed is often playful, affectionate, smart, and has a kind disposition. She tends to be more submissive and lives to please her owner.
An Italian greyhound pays a good deal of attention to the tone of voice you use. If he senses that you're too soft, he may not listen to you, which, contrarily, can also occur if you're too harsh.
Italian greyhounds are great at socializing with people, though they can become either skittish or shy if their owners overprotect or "baby" them.
Have you ever wondered why greyhound, whippets and lurchers often wear wide leather collars and what makes these collars especially suited for sighthounds?