Cobbler

The cobbler has a support role within the kennel club, he/she will be able to repair your collars and leashes for free !

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Having a cobbler permits you to offer the free accessories repairing for the members of the kennel club.

Keeping a ratio of one cobbler for every dogs helps your kennel club climb the ranking!

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Cobbler : the canine accessories specialist

A cobbler is a craftsman who specializes in leather. Traditionally, a cobbler is the person who makes and repairs leather shoes, boots, clogs and slippers. We also call them “Shoe Menders”. In the canine world, the cobbler is the only person who specializes in leather. Their role is to mend the kennel clubs’ collars and leashes. Here, making and repairing canine accessories are not just complementary services but they make up an entire profession.

In this way, the cobbler plays an important supporting role in a kennel club. In a kennel club, all you need is a cobbler to be able to offer free repairing of canine accessories. To do a good job, the cobbler uses the traditional cutting and working with leather tools. The kennel club’s cobbler is chosen and recruited by the directors of the club.

Other than making and repairing canine accessories, cobblers are also able to hand out advice on choosing models and manufacturers. Choosing which manufacturer is essential in that if this isn’t chosen wisely than certain accessories could hurt the dogs. Cobblers are able to give advice on the materials, quality and strength of these accessories.

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