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Final thoughts on Dog Collars

Final thoughts on Dog Collars:

Every dog from puppy hood on needs a sturdy collar to carry his identification. For everyday wear, choose a buckled or snap-together collar with clearly visible ID tags on secure sturdy metal tags, or on the collar itself. Some collars can be custom imprinted or embroidered with your dog’s name, and even your telephone number.

Keep your dog’s ID up-to-date. Many dogs are picked up as "strays" because they aren’t wearing collars, or their collars do not carry any identifying tags. Identification is your dog’s ticket home, and if you move or change phone numbers obtain new tags that attach to the collar.

A collar that is too tight or dirty can cause skin irritation, so be sure to remove the collar periodically to check the condition of the hair and skin beneath it.

A properly fitted collar can make walking, training, and interacting with your dog an easy and pleasant experience for both human and animal. A collar should not hurt a dog or interfere with its normal activities. If there is any doubt about a collar, consult a veterinarian, trainer, or other animal professional before putting it on a dog.

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