Toughhound dog collar review — 18 Comments

  1. We have seen these before and think they are interesting but mom loves collars so we have like 50+ collars hanging in our closet for all occasions and times of the year, so in that respect these would be too boring but for those that just want a collar it would be great!
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  2. While I really like this idea, the material the collar is made from has me hesitate. I’m currently working on eliminating toxins and going as natural as possible and think the material itself wouldn’t work for me. I am glad to see a collar like this though, as tags can fall off and a chip is only good if the information is up to date and someone has a scanner.
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  3. I was asked about doing a review for them and life got in the way so I didn’t get around to it, but I was really curious about it. I might still think about getting one for Kuster when he’s working. It looks durable and the buckle size probably won’t be an issue for his big bear head! Thanks for the review!
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  4. I like Nylon collars the best but love the tag idea. a removable tag would be great for putting it on other collars if your dog was going to grow. My dogs had expensive tags that didn’t last. They clanged together with their licences and rabie tags and were not readable after a month

  5. Thanks for posting this review! I’m not a huge fan of most dangly tags either. Athena’s a 6 lb mini doxie puppy so even the smallest tags seem huge on her. I haven’t even put her rabies tag on he collar yet b/c it’s just too big.

    P.S. I also love how your comment form has a spot for a Twitter username.

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