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Looking for company selling thin width collars for big dogs.

Andrea HowellAndrea Howell Hood RiverPosts: 648Member
I have a Border Collie who has the standard 1" nylon collar that he rarely wears because I dont like it flattening the hair around his neck. I was wondering if anybody knew of a company that sells thin collars (like 3/8") but for sizes other than toy breeds- or custom lengths. He needs probably like a 18"-20" range no SMALLER. Im not too big of a fan of the rolled leather so another plain nylon is all Im looking for unless theres something water/stink friendly other than leather.

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  • Linda MatthewsLinda Matthews Plain cityPosts: 6,859Member
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    You can try a rolled collar at fosters and Or you can try a fur saver which the stainless steel might not stain the fur, at Or there is a slip collar, but all choke collars remember are a choking hazard and should not be left on all the time, esp. if the dog stays outside.:)
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