Search Collars And Tags For Dogs Get Results from 6 Engines at Once
69 products - At FetchDog you'll find a great selection of Dog Collars & Tags for dogs and dog lovers. Shop for Dog Collars & Tags today!
Halters: Fit around the dog’s head and consist of a strap that goes around the neck, like a collar fitting high up behind the ears, and a strap across the dog’s nose. There are several variations, including the Gentle Leader and the Halti. There is no risk of strangulation using a halter, and some halters (Gentle Leader) may be left on the dog while it is unsupervised. All halters should be removed at night. Halters should never be used for tethering, and may be inappropriate for some dogs. There may be some risk of injury to the dog’s neck if the dog slams into the end of the leash while wearing a halter. Tags should not be put on a halter. The collar-like strap that goes behind the ears should, on most halters, fit snugly enough to prevent the strap from coming off over the ears, but refer to sizing instructions for the particular brand of halter to determine correct fit. Not for use with retractable leads. Not for tethering.
Dog Collar - Dog Light - Bubba's Leash Light® 2 Per Pack - Dog Collar Light for Dog Walks & Nighttime Backyard Monitoring, Attaches to Leash, Dog Collar, ID Tags, Harness, For Small Dogs and Large
GoTags | Personalized Dog Collars, Cat Collars & Pet ID Tags
Quality pet ID for dogs and cats
Owners who had removed tags said they did so because the animal was an indoor pet or because the animal indicated some discomfort with the collar. A few others reported losing the tags, and one said tags were unnecessary because the family “lived in the country.” During the study period, 18 pets were reported lost, and 17 of them, including 13 dogs and 4 cats, were found and returned home. Of those, nine dogs and one cat had been returned home because someone used the information on the pet tag to reunite the animal with its owner.Note: Dogs are very hard on their "things." We have tried to find the best collars available, we offer collars as a convenience to our customers, but we cannot guarantee the collars we sell againstanything, they will not last indefinately. Eventually the collar you get from us, or anyone else, will wear out and a new collar will need to be purchased. We do guarantee that the CollarTags willnot fall off or wear out, and they can be moved to a new collar when your pet's current collar needsto be replaced. Bottom line: CollarTags are GUARANTEED to last the life of the pet they are purchased for but the collars are not.But you are a minority among humans according to recent statistics: only 33% of pet owners keep identification on their critters. Sadly, the return-to-owner rate (RTO) for a lost dog in particular is only about 10% to 30% in most places, worse still for cats. It’s a no-brainer: your dog needs some kind of ID on her. And if you are not doing this one small but important thing for her, why on earth not? Dog ID tags, a personalized dog collar, and the microchip: they are three inexpensive but important lines of defense against lost—and even stolen—dogs.Prong collars (pinch collars): Consist of a series of interlocking metal links with blunt prongs that face the dog’s neck and rest against the skin. These collars have a limit to how far they can constrict and have no risk of strangulation. The blunt prongs actually protect the throat and blood vessels in the neck by allowing these structures to slip between the prongs without being constricted. These collars should never be left on an unsupervised dog or used for tethering. The strength and frequency of corrections may be reduced up to 80% by using a prong collar instead of a slip collar. These collars are not to be confused with slip-type collars that have pointed nail-like prongs embedded in leather or nylon. Tags should not be put on a prong collar. Prong collars should be fitted so that each prong rests gently against the skin of the neck at all times. You should have to take the collar apart to put it on or take it off – a prong collar should NEVER be loose enough to slide over a dog’s head. Quick release models are available, and make “dressing” large dogs easier. Not for use with retractable leads. Not safe for tethering.