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What type of collar do you recommend?

The best collar design will depend on the lifestyle of your dog and how the collar will be used. We offer the following collar styles:


1″ Soft Collar

This is our most basic collar. It is great for puppies/ growing dogs, but will work for dog’s of all ages and sizes.

Pros:
  • Easy to adjust
  • Lightweight
  • Traditional collar design
  • Economical price point
  • Cons:
  • Narrow
  • Cannot withstand much force (~300lbs)
  • Not for working dogs

  • 1″ Summit Collar

    The Summit Collar was designed for outdoor activities.

    Pros:
  • Lightweight
  • Offered in a variety of colors
  • Unique design
  • Cons:
  • Narrow
  • Cannot withstand much force (~300lbs)
  • Not for working dogs

  • 1.5″ Summit Collar

    A wider version of the 1″ Summit collar that is great for larger dogs.

    Pros:
  • Lightweight
  • Offered in a variety of colors
  • Unique design
  • Several options for add-ons
  • Wide body helps disburse pressure
  • Cons:
  • Cannot withstand much force with Fidlock Buckle (~300lbs)
  • Not for working dogs

  • 1.75″ Soft Collar

    Soft Collar option for working dogs

    Pros:
  • Heavy duty
  • Strong (Rated to over 4,000lbs)
  • Wide body helps disburse pressure
  • Easy to adjust
  • Cons:
  • Bulky Hardware
  • Moderate weight (~11oz)
  • Limited color options

  • 1.5″ Rigid Collar

    A narrow collar specifically designed for working dogs.

    Pros:
  • Heavy duty

  • Strong (Rated to over 2,500lbs)
  • Good for working dogs with narrow necks or wearing multiple collars
  • Interior can be leather wrapped
  • Cons:
  • Stiff webbing
  • Limited color options

  • 2″ Rigid Collar

    Our flagship working dog collar

    Pros:
  • Heavy duty
  • Strong (Rated to over 2,500lbs)
  • Wide body helps disburse pressure
  • Interior can be leather wrapped
  • Cons:
  • Stiff webbing
  • Moderate weight (~11oz)
  • Limited color options

  • 3″ Rigid Collar

    Extremely wide collar made for extra large breed dogs (generally over 120lbs)

    Pros:
  • Heavy duty
  • Very Strong (Rated to over 4,000lbs)
  • Wide body helps disburse pressure
  • Cons:
  • Stiff webbing
  • Heavy weight (1.5lbs)
  • Limited color options
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