All The Dogs In The World

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Photographer Jesse Hunter embarked on a global photographic adventure to capture the world in his own unique way. For 650 days he travelled across 44 countries, on 6 continents – always armed with his camera and with his eyes open to new, interesting and intriguing sights.

As he hopped from country to country, Jesse couldn’t help but be charmed by beguiling dogs and puppies happily ensconced in daily life. Whether trawling Moroccan markets or discovering hidden alleyways in Greece, Jesse came across hundreds of waggly-tailed canines just begging to be photographed.

All the Dogs in the World is a cute, endearing and uplifting collection of his discoveries, and a beautiful snapshot of the curious lives of dogs everywhere.

In detail: 

  • Hardback and full colour photography
  • 160 pages
  • 155mm x 155mm 

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Sizing Information


It’s best to measure your dog to make sure you get the collar that fits them perfectly. Take a flexible tape measure and measure right around the base of the neck, allowing enough room to slide 2 fingers in for comfort.   Our collars are measured from the end of the strap by the buckle to the 1st and last holes. For the smallest fitting size, please see the distance marked A to B on the diagram. The largest fitting size is as shown on the diagram as the distance from A to Z.  Our collars have been specifically designed to reduce the amount of the strap loose at the tip when fastened for the smallest size. Due to this our sizes to do not overlap in dimensions. If your dogs measurement spans across 2 sizes we recommend to order a size up. Please note that as many of our collars are handmade sizing may vary slightly.







All our leather leads are available in one size and measures 2cm x 110cm /  3/4" x 43 2/8"

Our Luxury braided cotton and leather leads are available in 1.5cm, 2cm and 2.5cm / 5/8", 3/4" and 1" wide and all measure 110cm/43 2/8" long

For the safety of your dogs we do not recommend the use our leads for large strong dogs that pull excessively.