All You Ever Wanted to Know About Dog Collars

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There are training collars, round collars, break away collars and rolled collars. Here is all you ever wanted to know about get a dog collar for your pet.
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What type of collars should a puppy wear?

Nylon collars are really flexible and grow along with your puppy. Always check the fit and make sure that its very adjustable. If you can place your two fingers underneath the collar comfortably, it’s a good fit.
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What kind of collars would a sporting dog need?

There are camouflage collars that decrease the dogs visibility when hunting or for sporting events.
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What can I do to make my dog more visible at night?

Get a reflective collar. The material in the collar has a material that reflects light. Also to be very safe, use collars that also come with an LED light or a a lighted ID tag.
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Can I leave my dog’s collar on while unattended?

You should never leave a traditional or a chain collar on a dog while it’s unattended. The collar can get caught and potentially hurt your dog.
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How can I keep my dog safe without it’s collar on and unsupervised?

You can use a break away collar which breaks away if it gets caught on something, and also if you are concerned with tags, get your dog microchipped or tattooed.
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What’s a Rolled Collar?

Rolled collars have a rounded shape that prevents the dog’s hair from breaking and chafing.
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What’s A Flat Collar ?

A Flat leather collar are for short breeds. They don’t leave marks on the fur and they never flatten.
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What’s a Break Away Collar?

A break-away collar has a buckle that releases if your dog becomes entangled on a object.
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What’s a Dog Training Collar?

A Martingale (Dog Training Collar) has a loop system that tightens when you control the dog. It also reduces the risk of your dog escaping or backing out of the collar.
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What’s a Head Halter

According to Petsmart, a head halter is a very humane tool for leash training. Unlike a traditional dog collar, it controls the dog from its head, not from its neck. It prevents pulling.
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