Tennis Balls on Blue Dog Collars, Paws pet boutique
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Our blue tennis ball dog collars are proudly made in America and are available in a 1 1/4" and 3/4" webbing widths. The ordering menu above provides neck sizes that correspond with our 5 collar sizes. Very durable quick release buckles make it easy to put on and take off collars.
Treat your beloved furry friends with this rope toy that is designed with the needs and care of dogs in mind! This dog toy, from our Dental Care Rope Toy Collection, features twin tugging tennis balls with a single handle that is made from polyester cloth. This toy offers a multitude of textures and play options, such as tugging, tossing, fetching and chewing. With the only color combination of orange, turquoise, grey and gold yellow, your pooches will definitely be attracted to this eye-catching rope tennis ball toy.
But these Tennis ball dog collars hit the mark
Tennis Balls on Pink Dog Collars, Paws pet boutique
What an excellent collar! Colorful dog collars are not always suitable for male dogs. But these Tennis ball dog collars hit the mark! Vibrant tennis balls bounce around the blue ribbon on these collars that are finished with blue webbing and silver colored hardware. Even it you or your dog are not into tennis, you have to consider adding this collar to your collection of fun dog collars.Tennis balls and dogs go together...even if your dog does not play with tennis balls! Regardless of association, we absolutely love these pink tennis ball dog collars. The raspberry pink webbing against the pink ribbon with bright tennis balls is just plain yummy. A great looking collar on just about any girl dog out there.4. Know When to Punish: "Certain camps are 100% anti-punishment and I frankly disagree in the same way I think children and human beings in certain circumstances need to be punished. It needs to be non emotional and commensurate with the crime. In other words, don't fly off the handle and lose your mind on a dog for doing something very very small. But the punishment needs to be very direct and to the point. Make them understand that it's undesirable behavior. That will extinguish it. With most dogs there are certain things that you can't top with a treat. It's like if you're eating ice cream and I start throwing brussels sprouts at you to get you to stop. Same thing with dogs chasing squirrels. Your tennis balls, treats, and clicker can't compete. A punishment is specific to the dog. Depending on the situation, I may make a bad "ach" noise, give a stern tug on a flat collar, use a stainless-steel prong collar, or a e-collar. You have to know what motivates your dog and what hurts his feelings. Overall your training should be positive like in elementary school. But that doesn't mean there aren't consequences for throwing something at the teacher."This tennis ball dog collar is made with cotton fabric and lined with heavy nylon webbing that has triple stitched pressure point seams for strength and durability. This adjustable collar is completed with a heavy duty side release buckle. All collars are treated with a fabric protectant and are machine washable! Lay flat to dry.