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Dog Collars

When it comes to dog collars, owners have plenty of choice – and PETstock offers a great range from leading brands. They come in various widths – narrow, standard, and wide – with lengths from small to extra-large. They are also available in different materials including leather, neoprene, webbing and eco material (recycled plastic bottles and brass hardware). Classic chain collars are sometimes preferred for training – just remember not to leave these on when the dog is unsupervised. Half-chain dog collars offer the owner greater control with extra safety, the best of both worlds. Most collars are now adjustable for size, featuring safety clasps which release if the dog gets caught on something. Reflective stripes or stitching are also on offer, as well as wider, padded ‘non shift’ collars to prevent movement and rubbing. Choose a traditional studded dog collar or one with dinosaur designs. Add a personalised ID tag with your pooch’s name to their collar!

Frequently Asked Questions

How do I choose the right size collar for my dog?

Measure your dog's neck with a soft measuring tape, leaving enough room to fit two fingers between the tape and your dog's neck. This measurement is your dog's neck size. Most collar sizes are listed in inches or centimeters, so you can easily find a suitable collar.

Can dog collars be used for training?

Yes, certain types of dog collars, like head collars or training collars, are designed to aid in dog training. They can discourage pulling and help you control your dog better on walks. Always ensure that any training collar is used humanely and correctly to prevent harm or discomfort to your dog.

What types of dog collars are available?

There are various types of dog collars to choose from, each with their unique benefits. Standard collars, training collars, leather collars, studded collars, and more are among the common types. Some are specifically designed to help with training, while others focus on dog safety.

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