Snazzy Collars!

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  1. charlie

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    Never used them but I have a serious collar buying habit. Tell if you get one and you think its good? I might try one.
     
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    ooh collars - I'm prepared to buy to try. Coco, being the stylish gent that he is, cannot have too many collars.
     
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    Helen, you are wicked! You MADE me order one. I have ordered a Wicked orange one for Coco - despite great difficulty registering and Isle of Man address! I had to put Merseyside o_O The price was very good, so even if I don't like it (which is highly unlikely) - I'm sure some dog at the ManxSPCA will love it.
     
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    They do look good......will wait to hear your verdict @edzbird
     
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    They look interesting, looking forward to the review!!
     
  7. charlie

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    That's right blame me for your collar addiction Sue :D:D Have you considered therapy? :D I will wait to hear your verdict. I cannot resist collars and leads. It must stop as David is becoming
    suspicious :D x
     
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    We're undecided. The collar arrived quickly. It looks really funky! But it's quite stiff. I think it it solving a problem that didn't exist. Because it is so wide, it is shaped around the shoulders. If a wide, padded collar is to relieve discomfort when the dog pulls, then he should be on a harness anyway.
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    Bottom photo is with the collar twisted around as it would be if you walked your dog on a collar, with the d-ring at the back of his neck - I'm feeling it's a little wide. Coco isn't walked on a collar though. I'm not yanking his neck, I'm holding his head up, he wants to eat my phone!
     
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    Thanks for the review Sue, Coco looks very cool in the collar :cool: The review on the website does say they are stiff but after a few days soften up. :) x
     

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