This year animal rights organisation PETA launched their first annual Companion-Animal Awards. These 2018 awards are given to products deemed to be the most ethical in terms of both materials and care for your dog. All products must meet the strict criteria of being 100% free of animal-derived materials. Below we have listed a brief summary of all the best vegan dog collar, harness and dog accessories.
FriendshipCollar Pine-ing for You
These collars (for wearing, if you have a puller you should probably consider a harness in addition) come with a matching bracelet for the human – the ultimate fashion accessory for you and your pooch.
The collar, beyond being a handsome accessory, is also ideal for placing your pooches ID tag.
The collar comes in a range of sizes from xxx-S (6″-9″ long, fits most Tea Cup pooches) to xx-L (21″-25″ long, fits most Saint Bernards, Mastiffs, Blood Hounds etc).
Hurtta Cooling Harness
Reviews are excellent with comfort and ease of use being the highest praise points. So if you’re looking for something cooling, comfortable and vegan – this is the harness for you. Available in various sizes.
Noggins & Binkles Cat & Dog ID Tags
This “PETA-Approved Vegan” company handcrafts their dog (and cat) ID Tags from their studio in London. The tags, made of solid brass, are personalised to your dog. You can read more about this service on the Noggins & Binkles website.
Laura Zabo Bicycle Tire Dog Leash
London based designer Laura Zabo’s sustainable dog leash was voted best dog lead in the 2018 PETA awards. Recommended for smaller dogs, this vegan lead was created using an upcycled bicycle tire (taken from landfill sites).
You can read more about this collection and order your very own on the website.