We have many choices from our Hattie & George collections to ensure your favourite pooch isn’t disappointed this Christmas! Why not treat your favourite furry friend to a collar, lead or bow tie from one of our lovely designs, to make a gorgeous gift and show them, how much they are loved!
Here at Hattie & George we have heard about a brilliant a heart-warming story, we wanted to share with you! Read on to hear our tale of two tails.
Have you ever wondered what it is like to work every day making our amazing collars, leads and dog bow ties for your beautiful dogs? Well, we thought we would give you a sneaky peek into the working day of one of our super talented team - Dawn.
At H&G we are all looking forward to the Christmas season. We are all so excited about spending time with our four-legged friends and the rest of our family and friends too!
2020 has been a unique year, with everyone’s lives changed in some way or another.
This experience has not been limited to humans, it has also impacted on our pets, which can often be over-looked or misunderstood.
The season of Autumn will soon be here, after our favourite friends have enjoyed endless days of warm sunny weather, cooler days lay ahead!
Every Hattie and George dog collar, lead or bow tie is handcrafted, by our highly skilled team based in Yorkshire, UK.
From the 2nd - 6th of February 2020 we will be at the Spring Fair NEC Birmingham, UK.
The Spring Fair the destination for over 50,000 retailers including Harrods, John Lewis and Selfridges, and 2,500 exhibitors. A great place to source and discover new brands and products for inclusion into your 2020 stock range.
We know our dogs are an integral part of the family, and if like us, when you take your dog out you want them to look and feel amazing. So, what does 2020 have in store with regard to pet trends?
Harris Tweed is a beautiful cloth woven in the Outer Hebrides of Scotland from pure virgin wool
Hattie & George have a long-standing legacy with Harris Tweed as in ca.1900 the Hattersley Domestic Loom was introduced to weave this famous cloth. Hattie & George's parent company, George Hattersley Ltd, which was established in 1789, developed this loom.