A new Quebec collection of collars and leashes for dogs made from plastic from recycled water bottles has just been launched on the market by the company Tella & Stella from Quebec.
The Quebec brand Tella & Stella innovates by launching on the market its very first collection of collars and leashes for dogs made from recycled plastic.
“Our environment is something that is close to our hearts. It has always been an objective for us to offer the best product while minimizing our ecological footprint, ”said Alexandre Hébert, founder of the company.
During the confinement, Alexandre Hébert, founder of Tella & Stella noticed an increase in online sales, because many walkers were walking with their faithful companion.
The new collection has been distributed since Wednesday on the Tella & Stella online platform. According to Mr. Hébert, his company is doing well, even in the time of Covid-19.
“It's going really well. We started selling on October 31st last year. Despite the current crisis, this has not impacted us, because people are more walking outside. They will no longer walk with their dog, ”said Hébert.
One year to develop
“This collection will have taken us more than a year to develop, but we are very proud of the accomplished result and of being able to offer this to our customers,” added the young entrepreneur.
The brand's collars and leashes are made of nylon and lined with neoprene to provide safe comfort and resistance for dogs. They come in different sizes and feature several fun and aesthetic designs, created by local artists.
Tella & Stella offers nearly 20 designs of collars and leashes for all tastes, and soon wants to expand its horizons by offering accessories for cats and canicross.