Shelter Pets Rock Dog Collar
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Fact: Shelter Pets Rock. We all know it’s true, but why not wear a reminder in case anyone forgets? We love this collar – especially when adopted dogs get to wear one. It’s also a great gift item for new pet parents!
With a playful design and heartfelt message, our Shelter Pets Rock Dog Collar is the perfect way to show your love for rescue animals, and remind others to adopt when looking for a new companion.
This one-inch wide nylon collar was created with durability in mind. Features include easy size adjustment, quick release buckle, and a welded D-ring for tag and leash attachment. To make sure this collar lasts through all your shelter dog’s new adventures, we triple-stitched all stress points with an industrial sewing machine. This collar is currently available in two sizes – Large and Extra Large.
Shelter dogs are simply the best, and this collar design is the perfect way to show your love for them. This collar is currently available in two sizes – Large and Extra Large. Pair the collar with our Shelter Pets Rock leash for the perfect pet ensemble!
The Shelter Pets Rock Dog Collar
Our nylon dog collars are made with love in USA. We use a high-tensile strength nylon webbing with double-stitched polyester/nylon-blend ribbon. Our designs are stain resistant, won’t fray, and are designed to last a lifetime. They’re durable, washable, made to last and fun to wear!
This style is available in two sizes:
- LG (Large) – the large collar is best for medium to large dogs (25 pounds and up). It’s 1″ wide and can be sized from 10″ to 18″ in circumference.
- XL (Extra Large) – the extra large collar is also 1 inch wide. It’s best for big dogs, and can be sized from 15″ to 25″ in circumference.
All our collars are made with military grade hardware and held to the highest standards of quality and durability. They are not intended for cats, iguanas, ferrets, or any other pets with fewer than four legs. And it probably goes without saying, but please don’t use them on people … that’s just weird.