Dog Collars – What makes a good dog collar?
A flat collar should fit comfortably tight on the dog’s neck. It should not be so tight as to choke the dog nor so loose that they can slip out of it. Generally, you should be able to fit two fingers underneath the collar.
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Aside for the basic understanding of the importance of owning a collar, many might not fully understand how important it is, and not just any, rather one that serves a meaningful purpose.
Dog Collars are the single most important safety device a pet owner can buy for both dogs and cats alike. Collars are often used to protect new-born pets such as puppies and kittens from wandering off especially when they’re unfamiliar with their new landscape and without one can cause your pet to go missing in crowded or highly populated areas.
When it comes to new born puppies, adopted or purchased pets many animals require acclimation to their new environment for several months to a year and its suggested to take them on walks in and around your neighbourhood, as they’re smart animals and many over time have the ability to retrace their whereabouts back home as they familiarize themselves within your routine walking routes.
This training period is essential and therefore it’s important to make sure your pet is wearing a collar and leash while exploring their neighbourhoods. This doesn’t imply that it’s safe to eventually walk with your dog without wearing one rather if your pet is lost or goes off wandering around without a collar that they’ll know how to retrace their steps.