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Different types of dog collars and leads
For most of us picking the right collar and lead is as easy ad picking one from the local pet shop, but there really is more to it.
First of all, a dog collar and dog lead are two very important pieces of equipment for any dog owner. So here is a basic line-up of some of some of the different varieties of these products that are available to you.
As well as being used in day-to-day life dog collars and leads are great tools for training your dog. For instance the Halti Training Lead, as well as the Company of Animals Recall Line are specifically designed for puppies that are still learning the ropes.
Alternatively, a good solid tracking line such as the Ancol Nylon Tracking Line can give you the security of knowing that your inexperienced pup won’t run off, but still allows you the space to get in a healthy amount of exercise without the weight of a heavier chain, or lead.
Unlike the classic dog collar design, a modern alternative, especially for more muscular dogs, is the dog harness. These exceptionally hard wearing variations, such as the Padded Nylon Harness, allow you to firmly control your dog without the risk of choking.
Or if fashion as well as function is high on your list of requirements then the Wag N Walk Pink Camouflage Collars and Leads is the ideal choice. Providing everything you need with the added benefit of complimenting your pad with a fabulously fashionable accessory.
Then again, when it comes to safety a well-designed dog collar can be an important item. For example the Halti Head Collar and the Canac Safety Collar ensure that your pet is always highly visible and out of harm’s way.
Posted by Sam Bainbridge
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