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Studded Dog Collars

Studded dog collars are a popular choice among pet owners. If you are searching for the ideal collar for your dog, then there are a few things you should take into consideration Studded dog collars work well for any size canine, as long as you know the proper way to find the right size and style. Choose a look that you and your dog can both love!

Step 1: Choosing the Correct Studded Dog Collar Length

Before you head to the pet supply store or go online to shop for studded dog collars, first know what length you need. The age of your pet should be taken into consideration here. Puppies grow quickly and will soon need a larger size. Consider purchasing a less expensive collar for a growing pup and wait until he or she has reach maximum height and weight to shop for studded dog collars.

If your pet has an old collar that still fits, you can use this as a rule of thumb. In general, a well fitted collar is comfortable to wear without slipping over your dogís head. You should be able to slide two fingers easily between the band and your petís neck. More or less and the collar might be incorrectly sized.

Step 2: How Much should you Spend on a Studded Dog Collar?

Studded dog collars come in a wide range of prices. In general, the thicker the leather and more intricate the design, the pricier the collar will be. Determine how much you can comfortably spend then take a look at your options. The internet is a good place to start. However, it is advisable that if you can head to a local store to see the spiked dog collars in person that is your safest bet. When you can actually handle the collar and feel its thickness, how soft or stiff it is, and view the depth of color in person, you can get a better idea about the overall quality of your purchase. Your pet may wear this collar for a long time, so make sure you get the best, most durable item for your money.

Step 3: Studded Dog Collar Appearance

Now that you have determined what size you need and how much you plan to spend, it is time to consider the appearance of available spiked dog collars. This is the more interesting step for dog owners because you can search for a look that enhances your petís personality and compliments the breed. Just because your canine is a four pound Chihuahua doesnít mean he or she wonít look adorable in leather.

Many studded leather collars offer new trendy designs. A tiny dog may look beautiful in studded dog collars adorned in glistening rhinestones or silver and gold accents. There are varieties that feature two and three rows of studs while others are more basic, with only a single row. Color is another option, with far more than the usual black or brown choices available.

Step 4: Buying the Studded Dog Collar

Once you find one or two collars you really like, it is time to make a decision and buy. Size and quality should always come first as determining factors. Appearance is the most noticeable feature but it is truly the least important. Also keep in mind, with so many studded dog collars available, you do not have to settle for the first ones you see. Instead, do some comparison shopping to get the highest quality collar for your budget.


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