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Collars
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Jayne05 · 08/08/2019 09:39

My 4 month old border terrier isn’t keen on his collar. Any recommendations for a super comfy one that he won’t be as keen to stop and scratch at every 10 steps on a walk?! Thanks 🙂

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missbattenburg · 08/08/2019 09:47

They get used to all collars in the end but we use a ruffwear collar (having gone through lots of prettier ones that just got muddy).

It's strong, light, washes easily and dampens the tinkle of the tag.

purrfectlyyappy.com/products/ruffwear-solid-hoopie-dog-collar?utm_medium=cpc&utm_source=google&utm_campaign=Google%20Shopping&gclid=Cj0KCQjwkK_qBRD8ARIsAOteukADgwVApY0sJVCK5qX9jGMGKrhV5KfiO856sQ-Wwm5GyPXUFp0yZKgaAtQTEALw_wcB

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TwattingDog · 08/08/2019 09:50

Maybe change it for a harness? Pick up cheap ones in B&M etc while he's tiny and get him a gold one when he's grown.

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Jayne05 · 08/08/2019 09:52

Thanks very much missbattenburg, I’ve never seen a tag silencing thing before. Looks perfect!

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Jayne05 · 08/08/2019 09:57

Cheers TwattingDog we’re getting him a perfect fit harness as he’s grown out of his puppy one but even on short walks he’s just not keen. He’ll wear it but under sufferance lol!

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Jouska · 08/08/2019 11:11

I like fleece collars for puppies

fleece collars

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Jayne05 · 09/08/2019 06:12

Thanks Jouska, that looks very comfy and might be just the job for my collar hating terror!

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