How Do You Select Designer Dog Collars For Your Pup

by Sharon Jones Content Marketing

Summary: Collars are small belts you wrap around the neck of a doggie. That’s why you think, right? The truth is that a collar is much more than what it seems. Learn how to select one.


The right collar for a doggie should be safe, appropriately sized, comfortable, and, above everything else, it should be able to keep up with your pet’s lifestyle. Of course, any product you pick up from the market should work in the beginning. However, there’s a possibility it will give up sooner or later. You need something that’ll be safe for Fido and you. Being a pet owner and responsible parent, you must purchase a properly-fitted product that may or may not come with a leash.


Start with a flat one: So, how should you go about selecting designer dog collars for your pet? You should start with flat variants as they’re suitable for all breeds. If your pet is still a puppy, you should choose this product to help him/her get used to wearing one. Such collars help puppies adjust to them easily because of their changeable lengths. Attaching them and taking them off is also simple enough, thanks to the snap buckle.


Breakaway products: Dealers of the best designer dog collars should be able to provide you with breakaway variants. These are perfect for extra playful pups or the ones that enjoy spending more time outdoors. Just like flat collars, these have a snap buckle or clip that you can undo easily if your pooch encounters hindrances, such as the low branches of a tree or the fence around your garden. Just remember to purchase this one after you manage to train your canine buddy with a flat variant.


Special products: Experts use the word “specialty” for these collars because manufacturers design them specifically for training purposes. The design of these harnesses ensures you have more control over your pet than a regular collar. You may need one of these if your hound is a bit too energetic. It can also prevent him/her from choking if you try to stop him/her from running around too much.


The material: Now that you know about the different types of collars and harnesses, it’s time to pay attention to the materials used in manufacturing them. Today, you’ll find products made of skin-friendly metals, leather, and nylon, but you must select something based on the comfort of your pup. Every material has its advantages and disadvantages. However, most pooches prefer leather or nylon because they’re comfortable.


Neck size: Regardless of the kind of product you want to buy for your pup, you must measure the circumference of his/her neck first. Make sure he/she stands upright while measuring as you should never put a loose neck-belt around his/her neck. There’s a method called the “two-finger rule” that you should adhere to while purchasing them.


Final statements


Apart from everything described above, you should consider the type of fur your pet has. Doggies with thick fur need something that other pooches with light fur won’t be able to wear and vice versa. The size of the product, as well as its type, will also depend on other factors, such as a haircut. If your doggie got a haircut recently, you must select a neck-belt keeping in mind that the coat will eventually grow out.

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