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Post by schnauzerfan » 07 Oct 2018, 13:25

I want to get new collars and put my mobile number on them.
All the collars seem to have snap closures.
I think they are too easy for an able bodied person to take off (worry if they are a thief) but they are rather tough on my arthritic fingers.
I use the prong and hole collars. But maybe they aren't as safe as I think and I can't see any that I can have embroidered.
Opinions! Thoughts! Info! Please.

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Re: Collars

Post by Oscar 12345 » 07 Oct 2018, 13:38

Here are some prong and hold collars that can be engraved. They tend to be leather. If you search personalised prong and hole dog collar you will probably find more. ... mall-p1477 ... p-958.html
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Post by Dawnspell » 09 Oct 2018, 09:18

Found one, if this is the type you mean ... IAgaWBHh8g

You can get these types of tags that slide on a traditional collar ... rpcsBVFB6g
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Post by jacdales » 09 Oct 2018, 09:33

Buy the collars and take them to a shoe menders and have the buckle swapped for one from your old collars. I bought some from a company on line they are neoprene lined and very good. Don't buy the webbing ones they are cheap loose weave and won't hold the size adjustment.

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Post by schnauzerfan » 09 Oct 2018, 17:26

Thank you all! Good ideas and I shall get looking.

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