Ike and Stella

These completely bespoke collars are designed and made by Jennifer Black, the owner of Ike, a "potcake" (feral) dog rescued from the Bahamas. The term "potcake" comes from their mythical method of survival - the crusted "cake" leftover in pots that Bahamians would leave out after they finished cooking their staple dish, peas and rice.  Their lives are hard and often very short.

In Christmas 2012, Jennifer brought home Ike and Stella from the Bahamas.  Stella found herself a happy family in Denver, whereas Ike became a part of Jennifer's family.


For every collar sold by Minipet, $1USD goes to the spay/neuter and homing of "potcakes" (feral dogs) in the Bahamas.

Due to lack of supply, Ike & Stella collars will not be restocked and currently on sale so grab the chance to pick up a beautiful collar at a much reduced price.

Sizing Chart

Measure for a Collar

To measure for a collar or bandana, you need to measure your dog or cats neck. (Just like measuring for a shirt.) Place a tape measure around their neck allowing two fingers to slip under the tape for comfort.

How to get the correct harness size

You need to measure the chest behind the front legs to get the sizing. Place a tape measure behind the front legs around the chest.  Use that measurement to select the size from the shopping cart. For example:  If your dogs chest is 49cm then he needs the medium in the soft harness.



How do I measure for dog clothing?

To measure for dog clothing, measure the length of your dog's back, neck and chest (if applicable) and take note of the measurement. If your dog is in between sizes, we recommend choosing the smaller size, otherwise, it may be too baggy.  As each of our design collections has different measurements, be sure to read the specific sizing specifications of each product carefully.