Designed by Diné interdisciplinary artist Dakota Mace, the Łééchąą Yázhí (Puppy) collars feature motifs commonly found in Diné weavings: Spider Woman, the four sacred mountains, the four cardinal directions and the eight-pointed star. These motifs are set against cochineal-dyed cyanotypes, or contact prints, that Dakota takes of the land surrounding sacred places in the checkerboard Navajo Nation.
Dakota’s designs are part of Stunt Puppy’s Indigenous Design Series, which showcases the unique perspectives and artwork of Indigenous creators. These collars are dedicated to all of the beloved rez dogs in Indigenous communities — so we’re donating 15% of the sales to Red Lake Rosie’s Rescue in support of their mission to reduce the overpopulation, homelessness, disease and malnutrition of dogs on the Red Lake Reservation in Northern Minnesota. Learn more >
When it comes to an everyday collar, you want soft, smooth and comfortable. Comfortable for your dog with webbing that doesn't pinch the skin or mat the hair; a sense of security for you with best-in-class Duraflex® buckles and D-Rings. It's supple and silky for sure.
Not intended for tie-out.
Our Everyday Collar™ design in multiple Łééchąą Yázhí (Puppy) patterns. Medium adjusts from 14"-21", Small adjusts from 12"-16" - Questions about sizing?
Want this pattern with your dog's ID information? See our Stunt PuppyID Łééchąą Yázhí (Puppy) collar.