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The Types, Sizing and Safety Tips of the Best Dog Collars


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Title: The Types, Sizing and Safety Tips of the Best Dog Collars

The Types, Sizing and Safety Tips of the Best Dog

  • If you research about best dog collars on the
    internet, you will be presented with many options
    such that you may get confused as to that which
    you should choose. First, you need to preview the
    various types in the market and decide on one
    which suits your needs.

The common types of dog collars include the
  • Simple leather collar
  • Simple nylon dog collars
  • Martingale collar
  • Choke collar
  • Lighted safety collar
  • Training collars

Simple Leather Collar
  • Leather dog collars are available in different
    colours, widths and lengths. They can be studded
    with rhinestones, rivets and other decorations,
    or may just be plain without any design.

Simple Nylon Dog Collars
  • Again, you will find these in various lengths,
    designs, colours and widths. The collars closure
    is mostly made of durable plastic which clips
    together but some other models have buckle
    enclosures and these are stronger and more
    durable. The advantage of these collars is that
    they can be adjusted to suit the changing size of
    the dogs neck as it grows.

Martingale Collar
  • In most cases, this dog collar features the loop
    of material or chain which is connected to the
    solid band which then goes around the dogs neck.
    It makes good correction collar because it is
    designed such that the dog cannot slip out of it.
    However, care still needs to be the exercise to
    ensure the dog does not choke in it.

Choke Collar
  • This is mostly made of simple chain and offers
    the advantage of being inexpensive. However, if
    fitted incorrectly it can strangle the dog and
    cause injuries or death.

Lighted Safety Collar
  • The light in this dog collar may come from LEDs
    or it may simply be a reflective strip. This
    light or reflective strip makes the dog clearly
    visible especially at night.

Training Collars
  • These are mostly used for training and have
    electronic signals which teach the dog being
    trained not to exhibit some undesirable

  • Each of the above types of dog collars can be the
    best in different situations. Thus, the best dog
    collars are thus those which are best suited to
    your dog. For example, training collars are
    definitely the best if you want to train your dog
    while simple nylon collars may be the best if you
    want something which can be adjusted to suit the
    size of your dogs neck as it grows.

  • A collar should clearly show its name, owners
    name, and such important details
  • The dog collar should also contain the following
    important information. It will help if your dog
    gets lost. A good tag should basically be able to
    contain and clearly show the following
  • Name of the dog.
  • Contact information of the owner of the dog.
  • Special medical conditions, if any, of the dog.
  • Phone number of the vet who treats the dog
  • Any other useful information.

  • In addition to the foregoing, the best dog
    collars for you are those which are durable and
    safe for your dog. In any case, ensure that the
    collar is fitted such that it cannot come off,
    and that it is not too tight to choke the dog.

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