The Right Dog Collar
There is such a wide variety of different
dog collars that choosing one can be more difficult the more we search.
From simple ones to sophisticated illuminated dog collars, picking
one up can become a difficult decision to make. There are many factors
to consider at the time of choosing a dog collar, such as the dog’s
comfort, people’s safety and his own while being walked, and, of course,
allowing him to look cute.
Where to start
In order to start choosing a dog collar
you should pay attention to your dog's size and personality. A big
dog would need a stronger collar than a small one, and an energetic
dog would need a more resistant collar than a quieter one or else
he could find the way of getting rid of it or even break it.
The size of the collar is a key factor
at the time of choosing the correct one for your dog, and you should
ask for guidance on which the proper size is in case you have any
doubts. You should make sure of buying a dog collar which would properly
fit your dog, in such a way that it would not be too big or to small
since both situations would be problematic.
You should be sure the dog collar
size is correct in order to avoid it from hurting your dog by being
too small or letting him loose it by being to big. In order for the
collar to show the correct size, it should allow you to easily pass
one or two fingers between it and the dog while he wears it.
Colors, motifs, and other
Once you have found a dog collar which
is resistant enough and fits your dog properly, it is time to choose
among other features such as color or motif. These aspects depend
on your taste and preferences, and there is such a wide variety from
which to choose that it is most likely you could find one which properly
fits what you (and your dog, of course) prefer.