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This dog collar is made from quality leather (the best leather in Kenya according to the website), copper coloured Czech glass beads and hand-forged recycled brass to create a unique accessory to complement your Boston Terrier.
Soft mesh dog harness with center chest BTRFL logo. This harness is perfect for Boston Terriers or similarly sized dog breeds! It provides a comfortable fit and will help prevent pulling on delicate parts of their throat that can be damaged by traditional collars and harnesses. These harnesses can be easily hand washed in warm soapy water to stay looking fresh!
Dog / Dog Collar / Boston Terrier
dog collar / Bloom Dog Design / Boston Terrier
Choke chains and prong collars commonly used in training classes are designed to give owners maximum control over their dogs quickly. Owners snap the choke collar to gain their dog's attention, and release it quickly to stop discomfort. Prong collars only apply pressure where the prongs push into the dog's neck. Although they look more torturous, prong collars may actually be safer for your Boston Terrier's trachea and spine than regular choke collars. Used and fitted properly, either may help an owner gain control over a wild or unruly Boston Terrier with little danger of physical harm. But control is forced upon the dog more than behavior is encouraged. Carefully consider how using choke chains or prong collars fits in with your overall training strategy before using them on your Boston Terrier.I have three Boston Terriers right now. Two need a harness and one a collar. The Boston Terriers needing a harness are very strong pullers and will choke themselves if given a chance. My male Boston Terrier is the most polite and will not pull on a lead so he gets the collar. The females are more anxious and need the harnesses. So, which is best for your Boston Terrier – collar or harness? It depends a great deal on your dog. They will lead you to the right choice.Dogs respond best to training that builds mutual respect between themselves and their owner. Most prefer to choose to behave, rather than being forced into submission. Boston Terrier respond to training collars and harnesses differently, and you should never force your dog to use training equipment it does not respond well to. Should you decide on a specially designed training collar or harness, be certain you know how to use it, and fit your dog appropriately.If you are only using a regular collar, your dog may be at risk for neck or trachea injuries. For exemple, if your dog is pulling on walks or if suddenly he or she see and chase a squirrel or another animal.The bad ones are the choke collars, prong collars and shock collars. These type of collars are mainly used to cause pain to dogs. We believe there are more positive ways to train without causing pain to your dog to get his/her attention… Please SHARE the following image if you believe it too!The Harness is now a popular choice for many dog owners. More and more dog owners are now using the harness because it doesn’t put strain on the neck and throat which can potentially be harmful over time. Dog breeds with short muzzles, like the Boston Terriers, benefit when they use the harness because they usually have more trouble to breathe than other dogs with the long muzzles.