Dog Supplies: Dog Collars & Leads - Drs. Foster and Smith
Stunt Puppy collars are great for dogs on the move thanks to the flexibility and durability of BioThane coated webbing.
A variety of different dog collars on the market today offer nothing but a simple restraint tool. In contrast, some dog collars are meant more as fashion devices, yet offer very little protection or safety, and certainly are not meant to last.
The dog collars available from EzyDog, however, were crafted with a combination of factors in mind to ensure that all of your needs are met. Our dog collars offer a sense of simplicity and style, as well as a host of other additions to keep you and your pooch happy.
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By using the best materials available and combining our technology, we created our signature All Style, No Stink Dog Collar. We've used that same philosophy throughout the years as we continue to develop and grow our product line. – They’re good for pups who dislike the feeling of a harness and crave comfort. – They provide visibility and function. notes, “Collars are the most convenient to slip on and off and are handy because they can hold your dog’s identification, rabies, and license tags.”It’s always a smart idea to be knowledgeable on all things related to dog health. Let’s look at some comparisons between collars and harnesses, so you can choose the best option. There are benefits to using both collars and harnesses. Pups should always wear a collar for visibility and identification purposes, but it depends on you and your dog’s lifestyle on whether harness or collar driven walks are right for you.Collar Cons: – They’re not ideal for training. – Any slight pulling could increase the likelihood of a neck injury. – They create eye pressure. explains: “According to a study in the Journal of the American Animal Hospital Association in 2006, pressure generated when dogs pull while wearing these collars raises the pressure in the eye. As a result, it may worsen the clinical signs or disease progression in dogs with glaucoma.” – also outlines more severe problems such as thyroid issues (the collar could damage the gland), behavior problems due to pain and injury, and ear and eye issues from neck pressure.Since Lupine’s first colorful dog collar in 1990, founders Scott, Valerie and Dave have insisted on building the highest quality collars, leashes and harnesses for dogs and cats. Every item is covered by our Made in the heart of the White Mountains of New Hampshire, USA, our pet products draw inspiration from the durable components found in climbing and hiking gear, ensuring that you and your pet can count on Lupine collars time and time again.