Wendy Blais makes the most beautiful collars. She has named her business after her Afghan, Queen Bianca, who was discovered to be a hermaphrodite and required spaying and neutering. Since this was supposed to be Wendy’s first show dog, the news was pretty devastating, but she decided to do something positive to take her mind off what had happened. The result was Queen Bianca, or QB, Collars.
Wendy has donated some of the most lovely collars imaginable to Homes with Woofs! She specializes in Martingale collars, which are humane choke collars.
If you’re a breast cancer survivor, the collar with the pink breast cancer ribbons couldn’t possibly be more perfect for your dog. There’s a little red and white maple leaf collar (Canada Day is right around the corner!); a collar with a parade of dogs, a light-reflective collar, collars for large dogs, even a leash! All of these are hand-sewn, and Wendy has over 500 materials on hand if you want to custom-order something specific.
We’ll have a variety of Wendy’s collars in our silent auction, ranging in price from $ 12 to $ 40, so come on out and bid. And meanwhile, you can check out Wendy’s collars at her website, where you’ll also find a picture of the lovely Queen Bianca, her inspiration.(She makes leashes too.)