Collars

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Brooks13
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Collars

Post by Brooks13 » 10 Nov 2016, 09:04

Any suggestion on good makes of collars? Also leads that can't be chewed through :oops: ? Thanks!

We5Kings
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Re: Collars

Post by We5Kings » 10 Nov 2016, 10:02

I can highly recommend Dragon leads. We bought ours from their stand at Crufts but they have a good website. These are hand made beautiful leather leads and collars. Anny

Brooks13
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Re: Collars

Post by Brooks13 » 10 Nov 2016, 10:31

Thank you!

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Re: Collars

Post by Coco and Annie » 10 Nov 2016, 12:50

Scrufts have gorgeous collars. I have bought several from them.

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Re: Collars

Post by stout » 10 Nov 2016, 19:16

Stout has a rogz collar, they seem to last well. He has a large collection of leads :roll: but all chewable!
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Post by Bid » 10 Nov 2016, 21:59

Mine all have Holly & Lil collars - beautifully made and long lasting. All their collars are over 5 years old and good as new.
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Re: Collars

Post by jonb » 11 Nov 2016, 16:21

Rokers main collar is unfortunately from the Sunderland football club shop in relation to his name as well....poor dog! :wink:

Prior to that he had his first one from Sainsburys which is still fine to this day and a red tartan one i got from eBay. Tend to alternate between all three after he's rolled in something and they need washing! :roll:

Lead wise i use the Ancol slip over his head leads as that was what we used at dog classes doing walking to heel and he walks better on them. Also nice and quick to slip on and off where required compared to fumbling about clipping onto a harness or collar. They are normally £5/£6 from eBay coming in different colours in a couple of lengths and a couple of lead thicknesses.

Brooks13
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Re: Collars

Post by Brooks13 » 15 Nov 2016, 12:12

Thanks all. I may try the slip lead. She's getting better walking on the lead but still a bit 'all paw drive'.

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Re: Collars

Post by jonb » 15 Nov 2016, 14:01

Brooks13 wrote:Thanks all. I may try the slip lead. She's getting better walking on the lead but still a bit 'all paw drive'.
Early on when he pulled more the slip lead in the right place up behind his ears really helped...the problem was it would slip down his neck a lot so you were always having to pull it back up. Not so much of an issue now he doesnt really pull unless he sees a cat that needs chasing! :wink:

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