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Coming in at 2nd place on our top picks for the best collar for an English Bulldog puppy was Logical Leathers Padded Dog Collar.
This collar is available in different sizes from 14 to 40 inches and can be easily adjusted. Choose the collar of the most attractive for your dog color - black, tan or brown. Please your pet and buy right now this Decorated Bulldog Collar!
Being made of 100% full grain genuine leather, this Dog Collar is very strong and fits greatly for handling such dogs as English Bulldog. You can be sure that even your powerful doggy won't probably be able to tear this dog item because of its incredible durability.
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Use your fun, quirky, fashionable, bedazzled, or sophisticated collar for you bulldog’s ID and rabies tags. Our recommendation for a collar is quite simple; use it for identification, everyday living and when your bully is under voice command, not on a leash! Most importantly do not use your everyday collar for activities that will cause strain or pressure on a bulldog’s neck. Even if your bulldog is an excellent walker, you never know when a squirrel or bunny will race past you causing your bully to make an unexpected quick move.
Bruiser Bulldogs Recommendations:Choosing a bulldog collar can be a difficult task. But after raising several Bulldogs it is quite evident what type of collar is best for their health.A common item we see discussion about in Bulldog communities is about your Bully’s collar. There is a ton of misinformation on the web, as well as conflicting opinions on collars in general. Well, hopefully we can clear up some of the confusion for you by addressing the most common questions we see regarding collars head on.Additionally, leather is a longer lasting material and most leather collars do not use a buckle. Nylon collars with buckles tend to break down much more easily than a standard leather collar. The Bulldog’s shear strength can cause a nylon buckle collar to come undone, which in turn you will have to replace.Soft leather collars easily give your dog the most comfort when they are around the house and for everyday use. Unlike nylon collars, leather collars do not cut into their skin and fur, and seem to be much more comfortable in general. Because nylon fabric is much more prickly than leather, this can cause your Bully to itch around their neck and increase shedding in that area.We do not recommend walking your Bulldog on a collar unless it is for a quick outing or if your Bulldog is not a puller (which is doubtful). However, if you know that your Bully is not much of a puller, or if you are going on a very quick walk (to use the bathroom or something similar) then using a collar can be a good idea and it is certainly more convenient.