If you’re headed to England anytime soon, and if you love dogs (or history, or fashion, or the unusual), be sure to stop at Leeds Castle in Kent for a visit to the world’s only Dog Collar Museum.
Yes, the British love their canines. But the Dog Collar Museum, though diminutive in size, has a collection that reaches far beyond the U.K. and spans centuries. Take, for example, the medieval German collar made for a hunting dog. It was spiked to protect the dog’s neck from the vicious animals it pursued. Or the Renaissance collar elegantly carved with the pup’s name.
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