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Fall is here and this lightweight bandana is perfect for visits to the pumpkin patch or romping in the leaves. The back has an orange woven back pattern to give your pup two distinct and stylish options. This everyday bandana has a tailored fit around the neck and features two metal snaps to eliminate the bulk of a traditional triangle bandana.
Breed sizing varies widely, so we strongly recommend measuring your pup to get the most accurate fit. This chart provides general guidance on Wag Theory sizing compared to full grown average breed types as a place to start, but please understand that some breeds span multiple size ranges.
|Australian Cattle Dog||XL|
|Bernese Mountain Dog||XL|
|Cavalier King Charles Spaniel||S|
|German Shorthair Pointer||M|
|Jack Russell Terrier||S|
|Pembroke Welsh Corgi||M|
|West Highland Terrier||M|
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Front + Back: Pre-washed 100% cotton - please note that exact prints may vary from what is shown in the product image
Label + hardware: Faux leather with metal rivets, metal snaps
Care: For best results, hand wash gently with water and mild soap or machine wash on a delicate cycle with similar colors and lay flat to air dry. To learn more about how to maximize the longevity of all of your Wag Theory products, please visit our Care + Cleaning page.
Always supervise your pet while wearing accessories. Never leave pets who are known for chewing or getting caught on things unattended while wearing bandanas, especially puppies.
I need help with sizing! Where do I start?
See the size guide link at the top of the page for exact sizing details along with a list of breed examples that can help direct you. Please note that breed examples listed are approximate - it is always advised to measure your pup for true fit when possible.
How flexible is the size of this bandana?
The snap bandana comes with two snaps, which provide three different neck length options. Plus, an additional way to wear the bandana is to tie the ends and then snap it. So, if you're on the fence on size, we typically recommend sizing up to use the tie and snap method.
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