The Riley Dog Waste Bag Dispenser
A leather dog waste bag dispenser designed in honor of legendary companion Riley.
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Mist exterior and storm grey interior, a gold-painted frame is wreathed in lavender and bees. Hand dyed/painted and crafted in the U.S.A. with premium vegetable-tanned Hermann Oak leather, contrast stitching, and solid brass hardware. UV and water-resistant* gloss finish for easy care and long-term protection. Wipes clean with a damp cloth, no conditioning necessary.
3.5" x 1.5" x 3.5", excluding hardware. Fits standard size dog waste bag rolls. Comes with two (2) rolls of U.S. made biohybrid waste bags of our exclusive design; also compatible with most standard waste bag rolls. Additional rolls available for purchase.
Carry Riley's legend with you and honor your own companion with a miniature portrait of their noble visage! Portraits are approximately one inch high. Please see our photo submission guidelines for best results. Limit one dog per bag. All portraits are painted to order and craftsmanship takes time; depending on demand, these products can take up to four weeks to ship.
Due to natural variations in leather and the nature of handcrafted goods and artistic portraiture, each bag and portrait is a unique piece of art and therefore will not be precisely as depicted here. There may be variegation in depth of color or leather texture; these are not defects. Due to the sheer dye process on The Riley, these variations in color are more pronounced than on any other bag and your bag will not look precisely like the one in the photo.
*Water resistant, not waterproof! Please do not submerge.
A portrait quality photo:
- features the dog's face as a primary subject, facing the camera or in 3/4 view.
- features only one dog.
- is shot at their level.
- is well-lighted to show your dog's most distinctive features, particularly their eyes.
- is one where your dog looks like their best self. Relaxed. Happy. A little noble.
- features a dog. We don't know how to paint anything else.
Ryder is a lovely girl regardless, but being able to see both of her eyes makes for a better portrait.
Ranger thoughtfully wants to show his speckles off up close, but in the process, loses his ear. The right photo is much better for this purpose because his whole face is in frame and all of his unique markings are visible.
The photo on the left shows something Coconut loves. The photo on the right better shows who Coconut is.
On the left: Yoda's driver's license photo. On the right, Yoda is portrait ready!
The larger and higher quality source image you provide, the better! There's much more image data available in the photo file you took with your camera or your phone is better than, say, a screenshot of an instagram post.
We do not paint: people, memes, words/slogans, copyrighted material, or symbols including but not limited to: flags, group affiliation, or corporate/brand logos.
Mythic Familiar will not be held responsible for issues surrounding the submission or interpretation of images held under copyright, rights-management, or those upon which royalties are due. Material submitted must be free to replicate, otherwise permission should be obtained from the relevant party in advance.