- 100% waterproof for hours of splashing fun
- Features odor-proof technology and easily rinses clean in seconds
- Lightweight design - perfect for active dogs
Whether you’re heading to the beach, hitting the trails, or simply going for a walk on a rainy day, the Dublin Dog KOA Red Snapper Dog Collar makes the perfect all-weather collar for every one of your outdoor adventures! KOA collars are 100% waterproof for hours of fun in the water. No-stink odor-proof technology means your dog’s collar won’t have that lingering “wet dog smell.”
Impervious to dirt, moisture, and odors, KOA collars rinse clean in seconds. KOA collars have a pull strength of over 1,200 pounds yet are lightweight, making them perfect for active dogs. Collar features UV inhibitors that prevent yellowing or fading. Plus, with the fun design, your dog is sure to stand out! KOA collars are a combination of unique styling and waterproof technology, giving you bold style for big adventures.
Collar features a metal buckle and leash loops and has a cloth core with a plastic blended wrapping that won’t crack over time.
Medium collar measures 1” wide x 20.75” long (including buckle). Large collar measures 1” wide x 25” long (including buckle).
Measure your dog's neck circumference at its highest point. This neck measurement is the collar size.
|Size||Adjusts to Fit Necks|
|Medium||12.5” – 17”|
|Large||17” – 21.5”|
Not intended for use on tie-outs.
Introducing your dog or puppy to a collar and lead
Taking the time to properly introduce your puppy to the collar and lead 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 she initially scratches at it or shakes her head. Though she may resist wearing a collar, soon she 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 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 her head, but not so tight as to restrict breathing or cause coughing.