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Dog collars are a must-have accessory for every pooch. Dog collars allow for identification tags to be displayed, easy leash fastening and expressing personality through fun styles and colours. Pet Circle stock a huge variety of dog collars online, in different sizes and styles for every dog to express their personality.
Dog harnesses are another essential item for dog walking. For longer trips, car harnesses are a perfect way to safely transport your pooch. Your pet can now embrace technology too with GPS trackers if you are ever separated from your pet when out-and-about. We also stock a great variety of long leads which are very useful to keep your dog exercising without restriction.
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Frequently Asked Questions:
How tight should a dog collar be?
It is important to fit your dog collar properly. If the collar is too tight, it can result in hair-loss, skin irritation, airway compression and uncomfortable for your dog to wear. In contrast, too loose and your dog may slip the collar while walking or get their legs caught in the collar.
To ensure your collar fits properly, you should be able to fit two fingers underneath the collar. If you have a puppy, they will be growing rapidly the first 6 months of life. It is important to regularly check if your puppy's collar is still comfortable. Similarly, if your dog has gained weight or lost weight, it is important to check if the collar still fits properly and is comfortable to wear.
Should a dog wear a collar all the time?
It is best to keep a collar on your dog when possible. No pet owner expects their pets to escape, however accidents do happen, especially during fireworks and storms.
To find out more about this, see our articles on New Year's fireworks, parties, and your pet and Managing storm and fireworks phobia in dogs. Wearing a collar allows your pet's name and contact details to be displayed, as well as allowing a good samaritan to secure a lead safely. Ensure you have clear identification tags on the collar that have your current contact details, and microchip details are up to date.
To find out more about walking your dog, read our articles on 5 essential dog walking tips, 5 must-have products for walking your dog at night and Teaching your puppy to walk on a lead.