Vai al contenuto

Leather dog lead for sight hounds

da Ebor

Avvisami quando torna disponibile

United Kingdom Delivery

Orders under £50: £3.95
Orders over £50: Free

Next working day delivery: £6.95 (Isles & Highlands, surcharges may apply and is a 2 day service however we cannot guarantee this)

All orders that include ProFleece: £6.95 sent via DPD

If your order is urgent or you require tracking information we strongly suggest you chose the next working day option. For orders sent via Royal Mail, we cannot be held responsible for any delays or missing items.

International Shipping

For information on international shipping click here

We always hope you'll be happy with your item but if you need to return it, please see our returns policy and then contact us in one of the following ways:

Ebor Leather Dog Collars & Leads

These leather dog leads are comfortable to hold with a classic design. Real leather is a long-lasting material that stands up to the elements and won’t fray or become ragged like fabric and nylon – plus as an organic, natural fabric it’s more environmentally friendly too.

Our range of leather dog leads is designed and made in Britain by our specialist manufacturer. 

Available in two sizes and a three vivid colours to match our leather whippet collars. 


  • Flat lead made from leather.
  • Leather softens over time for maximum comfort.
  • Natural, organic material.
  • Metal buckle clasp to connect to a collar.
  • Two sizes – medium and large.
  • Seven colours available.


  • Medium – 89cm
  • Large - 101cm


  • Khaki
  • Magenta
  • Royal blue


To find your dog’s collar size, measure around their neck using a tape measure and add 2.5cm for small dogs or 5cm for medium or larger dogs.

Please Note

A badly fitting dog collar can put your dog at risk of injury, irritation, and discomfort. Check the fit of your dog’s collar with every wear. You should be able to put two fingers between the collar and your dog’s neck.

Do not leave your dog unattended while wearing a collar or lead. Collars and leads can get caught, tangled, and trapped, and can lead to injury or even strangulation.

Also Available