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Old 10-19-2012, 10:55 PM
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Default Rolled leather collars

Where are the good ones?

I think I want a more plain, yet still classy/nice looking collar, for Jackson. I think he'd look nice in a tan rolled leather collar.

I saw a few on ebay but didn't know if they'd be nice. One was $11.99.

Wouldn't really want to spend over $20 if I don't have to.


But any favorites or sites recommend?
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Old 10-19-2012, 10:58 PM
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I know onlead makes rolled leather collars, their prices are very reasonable and I've heard their leashes are great but I have no experience with the rolled collars
http://www.onlead.biz/

Master's pride has some REALLY great collars, including some really spiffy rolled ones http://www.masterspride.com/
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Old 10-19-2012, 11:04 PM
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My vote is on Master's Pride.... fantastic stuff.
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Old 10-19-2012, 11:54 PM
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I honestly love my cheapo Circle T
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I honestly love my cheapo Circle T
Me too.
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Old 10-20-2012, 12:09 AM
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Me too.
Not to mention the unbeatable $8 price tag
Super happy about how it's holding up too.
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This might sound funny, but I havent used a collar on my dog in years. I am a dog walker and he is with me all the time. When we go out I have used a correction lead on him mostly (which is just a thick chain at the end rather than a leather or otherwise collar). I have just found that collars encourage most dogs to pull.

That said, none pulling dogs, very small dogs or old dogs dont all do well on correction chains. I have also recently changed over to a martingale collar chain which is a brilliant compromise!
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Old 10-20-2012, 12:17 PM
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This might sound funny, but I havent used a collar on my dog in years. I am a dog walker and he is with me all the time. When we go out I have used a correction lead on him mostly (which is just a thick chain at the end rather than a leather or otherwise collar). I have just found that collars encourage most dogs to pull.

That said, none pulling dogs, very small dogs or old dogs dont all do well on correction chains. I have also recently changed over to a martingale collar chain which is a brilliant compromise!
It's not for walking -- he walks on a harness. Just for tags/looks.
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Not to mention the unbeatable $8 price tag
Super happy about how it's holding up too.
Hmmm, gonna have to look these up!
Edit- oh that is the one I saw on Ebay! Maybe I'll just get that one.
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Old 10-20-2012, 12:28 PM
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I get a cheap top law one from the local pet store when I first got Bailey and I love it. It's held up through everything and is still in nice shape, is soft and hasn't needed conditioned or anything. I picked up a second one in red just in case, but I really really love the rich brown color. I think Jackson would look good in one saves the creases in the hair, too
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