Our most popular walking accessory is our infamous Dog Handle Walking Stick. Measuring at an approx. 36 inches, the resin cast dog head is mounted on a solid piece of birch wood, including a solid brass collar and brass tip.
You will not find a carved wooden walking stick with so much detail or beauty. These are a reproduction of an original woodcarving by Master Woodcarver Michael Park, recognized worldwide for his detailed carvings and reproductions. We know you will be amazed at the quality of the dog breed handle and everyone will be asking you where you got that stick!
We have most of the AKC breeds below but you can email us if you do not see the one you want or color choice we have listed. We even custom paint as per your own dog if you want.
Here is an example from one of our customers of his actual American Staffordshire Terrier Dog and his matching custom color dog walking stick. With over 100 Dog Breeds available in numerous color variations, you are sure to find your canine breed! If you do not see your color combination, let us know and we may be able to get one made.
These dog four legged friend sticks are one of our most popular. We get numerous compliments from customers about how happy they are with their dog handle walking stick purchases. Many of our customers give us great reasons why they chose their specific canine breed. Often times, there is a personal story regarding keeping a nice memory of their four-legged canine pals.
We have some customers who are avid campers and like to use the dog handle sticks while they hike out in the woods. These carved are often used during hiking or just for pleasure. Our customers like our vast offerring ranging from Poodle to Pug Dog to Labrador Retriever Dog Walking Sticks. These are handpainted and make great personal walking sticks or gifts.
Each stick will take approximately 2 weeks to make (plus shipping time) and worth the wait!
We also offer hand carved dog head walking sticks instead of cast. See each breed for more information.
Thinking about buying a stick with your favorite dog as a handle? Check out the most popular dog breeds in America.