These Skull & Crossbones toys from DOGUE are made from strong durable colourfast canvas.
A fun, floppy toy that isn't scared of a little shaking, throwing or playing.
It squeaks and it creaks, providing lots of fun without rattling the dog's bones.
Mog & Bone Throw Cushion - Bulldog
Add a little extra canine cool to your home with a 100% cotton Mog & Bone throw cushion featuring a photographic dog print. The perfect gift for any dog-lover!
100% cotton throw cushion
Machine washable with concealed zip for easy removal
Dimensions: 45cm x 45cm
They're creepy and they're spooky - meet the limited edition Spooky Stick!
Fun, flexible and scary with a squeaker for added excitement, use them for indoor and outdoor fetch games.
NOT FOR CHEWING - Please use under supervision.
Glow in the dark eyes
Built in hand grip
Made from recycled rubber
Floats in water
Note: Captain Fangtastick is not designed to be chewed. Please use him for chasing and fetching only.
If you are looking for a high quality, designer pet accessory, you can't go past DOGUE. All DOGUE collars are beautifully crafted in Australia with the finest New Zealand leather. These classic Bones collars ooze style and demand attention.
Look amazing on dogs of all sizes and available in DOGUE'S fabulous range of colours.
Small - 38cm
Medium - 45cm
Large - 55cm
Don't forget your matching lead!
For more information on how to measure your dog for a dog collar, click here.
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.