- Sturdy webbing is wrapped with 100% cotton flannel to minimize chafing
- Lightweight and supple, yet super strong
- Special contoured buckles fit comfortably around your dog's neck
Now your dog can wear the latest in high fashion polka dot style with an adjustable collar and matching lead made with the finest materials. Soft, supple milk chocolate brown flannel is printed with cute, coordinating pastel polka dots to create a stunning combination. Flannel is wrapped completely around high tensile strength polypropylene webbing for a combination of strength and luxury.
Adjustable Collars feature easy-clip buckles and adjusting slide made from high-impact plastic, contoured to fit your pet's neck like no other collar. Thick, welded D-ring is double stitched into collar to ensure lead stays on securely. Matching Leads feel great in your hand and are sturdy and stunning. Double-stitched handle and thick, welded metal snap-bolt buckle are easy to use, comfortable, and strong. Collars and leads are machine washable for easy care. Made in the USA.
Collar Sizing Chart
Measure your dog's neck circumference at its highest point. This neck measurement is the collar size.
|Petite||3/8"||5" to 9"|
|Small||1/2"||8" to 12"|
|Large||1"||15" to 22"|
|Extra-Large||1"||19" to 29"|
Please click on "More Information" for care instructions and how to introduce your dog or puppy to a collar and lead.
Introducing your dog or puppy to a collar and lead
When you take the time to properly introduce your puppy to the collar and lead, it sets the stage for teaching your puppy the basic elements of obedience. The goal is to have your puppy accept a collar and lead calmly, without resistance. Collars should be introduced to your puppy right away. Don't be concerned if he initially scratches at it or shakes his head. Though he may resist wearing a collar, soon he won't even notice it's on.
A collar should rest high on your pet's neck without fitting too loosely. It should be snug, but with enough room to fit two fingers between your pet's neck and collar. For your pet's safety, the collar should not be loose enough to slip over his head, but not so tight as to restrict breathing or cause coughing.
For puppies, collars and leads with lighter hardware (buckles, snaps and rings) are best. When your puppy is done growing, you can replace with heavy-duty hardware if appropriate for your breed. Check collar size frequently on growing puppies.