One of the things that Infinite Safari Adventures strongly believes in is giving back. As part of that philosophy not only do we serve on the Board of Trustees of the Cheetah Conservation but we have worked essentially with a Maasai Community in the Ongata-Rongai region in Amboseli Kenya.
In working with the women of that area we not only underwrite the manufacture of traditional Maasai beaded jewelry and market it in the United States but we also offer Maasai Beaded Dog Collars made in Africa. Make your dog the envy of the neighborhood and help the Maasai Women of the Ongata-Rangai village in Amboseli Kenya!
100% of the proceeds will go back to the women who make these collars to help them build a water well for their village and send their children to school. Read more here.
Like other “Maasai Beaded” items you may see, our dog collars are not mass produced. They are 100% handmade by the women of the Ongata-Rangai village in Amboseli Kenya. Using cowhide and buckles acquired in Nairobi the collars are hand beaded in the village. Every collar is unique and special. Your dog will be the envy of all other dogs as they stroll the neighborhood or play in your local dog park!
We have teamed up with the charitable organization A Voice Is Heard, an organization that builds wells. You can learn more and donate by visitingavoiceisheard.org.
And be sure to send pictures of your pooch so we can put them up in our gallery!
Each collar is handmade. No two collars are alike. Each collar will vary in color and design
A: The best way to choose your dog’s collar is to take one of their existing collars and measure it or measure the circumference of your pet’s neck. Then add 2 inches to this measurement. If it is between two of our sizes then order the bigger size.
When you receive your collar, buckle it on your dog so that it rests high on his/her neck but not too loose. You should adjust it so that you can place two fingers under the collars. This will not only make it comfortable but, allow you to grab it if necessary.
A: We want you and your best friend to be happy. If it does not fit simply send it back to us and we will send you out a replacement (if we have your size in stock) or issue you a refund.
A: No. These are not made in a shop or factory but by a group of women in a village. And while I underwrite all the costs, they source the materials that are available to them. Thus, the colors, types of buckles and width of the collars can vary. Regardless, they are all beautiful and made with love.
A: We do not recommend that you let your dog wear the collar as an everyday collar. Some of the intricate beadwork can break especially if your dog likes to play a lot. Like the Maasai, who dress up for special occasions, dress your dog up for that time to run errands, dine with you or attend that special function!