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Plaid Dog Collars - How to Choose Plaid Dog Collars

 
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Want your favorite dog to dance a little gig, and then look into getting Lassie several plaid dog collars. Some plaid dog collars come in traditional color schemes: Navy, black, dark green and reds. While the more modern take on plaid dog collars come in a multitude of color combinations such as the lovely and oh so tropical preppy look of pink and green plaid dog collars. Trust me there is a plaid dog collar to match your hip, chic or traditional clothing along with Muffins personality.

Yes, it is very easy to find very fashionable and very safe plaid dog collar. Here are some guidelines for finding the, and I mean THE perfect plaid dog collar for Spike. First measure your little bundle of fluffs neck with a good old fashion tape measure.
And please, please remember that anything that fits around your little darlings' neck has to be carefully sized for both comfort and safety. You need to make sure your plaid dog collar is adjustable, and that it will adjust to fit your dog. If your dog is still a puppy and growing, you'll want a plaid dog collar that will grow with your dog. The ideal fit should allow for one to three fingers to fit between your dog's neck and the plaid dog collar, depending on the size of your dog.

  • If your dog is very small, (under 20 pounds), leave only one finger's width between the plaid dog collar and your dog's neck.

  • If you have an average to a medium-sized dog, go for a two-finger fit between the plaid dog collar and the dog's neck.

  • If your dog is very large, go for a three-finger fit for your ever so chic plaid dog collar.

    Like all dog collars, plaid dog collars feature either buckles or plastic snaps. Both are safe. Your choice will be a matter of personal preference.

    Desirable Features In Plaid Dog Collars

    Safety and size go hand in hand. The right plaid dog collar will be not too loose, so that little Fifi could either lose her brand new plaid dog collar or it might get attached to something like a fence or drawer handle and choke her. The plaid dog collar cannot be too tight so that it might choke your dog.

    The Perfect Choice Of Plaid Dog Collars

    Some plaid dog collars options to think: the buckled or the snap-together closures. You also need to make sure that the snap feature won't break or snap apart, especially with larger dogs. Remember safety first and yes, fashion second. Look for a place on the plaid dog collars to hang an identification tag.

    Tips for the Plaid dog collars Shopper

    Always measure your dog's neckline before you purchase your new plaid dog collar. Then when you've decided on your new plaid dog collars, don't forget to follow the finger guidelines.

    Unlike a fine pair of leather shoes, which are an excellent investment for our pedicure feet, it is not a good choice for Spike because many dogs are dedicated leather-chewers. If you're looking for plaid dog collars, fashionable fabric may be a better choice.

    Just as we look for wear and tear on our designer handbags you also need to check often your plaid dog collars for fraying, splitting, loose buckles, clasps etc.

    Now you fashion diva's go out and explore that wonderful path-of-live.


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