Hello & welcome to KiSi Canine Accessories, my name is Pongo
The owner’s Sindy & Shafi are the proud parents of us 16 kids (furry friends), the majority of which are Siberian Huskies. We race in forests all over Britain, sled dog wear is made with the obvious purpose to be strong and durable but it’s plain! As the number of us kids has increased ( the majority of us are secondhand dogs who give first class love) so did our need for collars and leads, so Sindy decided to make our accessories, yet again plain collars and leads.
One day I overheard Sindy and her friend Kim discussing how boring collars, harnesses, leads etc were and they discussed how, if they were making things they would embellish them and make their kids the talk of the town. This left them both in floods of laughter and me with my paws over my head. Fortunately for you, the seed was sown and KiSi Canine Accessories was born, fortunately for me, the diamante idea went in the bin!
Here at KiSi, we produce high-quality dog products for all dogs, we feel that comfort and safety come first followed by style and boy do we have style. We would not sell anything that we have not tried and tested ourselves, so we’re all part of the research and development team.
We strive to make and find the best dog products and we work tirelessly to ensure our customers get the best possible service. Secure online payments, easy to use website and fast deliveries are just some of the areas we work on to make sure you have a pleasurable shopping experience with us.
So please sit and take your time perusing our ranges and don’t forget to ask your owner for their opinion too, as they are the one who will be walking you out in style.
What they need
From April 6, 2016, all dogs must be microchipped and registered to an approved database by the time they are eight weeks old
All owners have a responsibility to clear up after their dogs, but sadly not everyone does.
Under a new law passed last year, things could be set to change as owners who are caught without a poo bag may be fined £100 by dog wardens or other council enforcement officers. Failure to pay within seven days could result in prosecution and a fine of up to £1,000.
The 7 Groups of Dog
The Kennel Club categorises purebred dogs into seven groups, according to a breed’s origins and initial use. Knowing these can help you to understand your dog’s instinctual behaviour – although, of course, each animal is definitely an individual.