If your pet wears a collar then they can wear one of our 100% Cotton Pet Bandanas. Made in Australia, pet bandanas feature incredible artworks reproduced under license from Warlukurlangu Artists in the Northern Territory. These pet bandanas are worn on the collar rather than the neck so one size fits most!
Artwork by Murdie Nampijinpa Morris from Warlukurlangu Artists in Central Australia.
Artwork based on the story, Two Dogs Dreaming.
Murdie often portrays the Maliki Jukurrpa (Domestic Dog Dreaming) and Malikijarra Jukurrpa (Two Dog Dreaming), the latter relating to the land adjacent to the windmill at Warlarlarla (Rabbit Flat.) The paintings retell the Dreaming of two dog ancestors, Jampijinpa and Napangardi, who travelled along a creek bed north-east to Yarikurlangu. When they arrived, Jampijinpa and Napangardi made a burrow to rest in and started a big family of dogs. The ribcages of the Jampijinpa, Napangardi and their family can be seen as features in the landscape in the Yarikurlangu area, and are depicted in her works.
Murdie has been painting with Warlukurlangu Artists Aboriginal Corporation, an Aboriginal owned and governed art centre located in Yuendumu, north-west of Alice Springs since 2012.
Established in 1985 Warlukurlangu Artists Aboriginal Corporation is a not-for-profit organisation that is 100% Aboriginal-owned by its artists from the remote desert communities of Yuendumu and Nyirripi in Central Australia.
NOTE: Artwork/placement varies between bandana so each one is a little bit different and may vary from image shown.
Slip the collar all the way through the bandana opening. The bandana is now attached to the collar so you don’t have to worry about it untying.