|Measure high on the neck, right under the chin and behind the
ears. Take a 'snug' measurement. It is important the
collar does not close completely when/if the dog pulls. Too
loose, it will be ineffective and insecure. Too tight and it
could be unsafe and a hazard. The collar should not close
completely. Snug, it should be at least 2 finger widths apart.
Four finger widths is best for a dog who may try to back out.
Instructions: Remove twist tie. (Remove plastic wrap and tags AFTER you are sure the size is correct. No returns if plastic is removed or tag is missing). Place the collar around the ** upper part of the dogs neck with the lead pulling to your left (or left and right if walking dogs on each side of you). Push the keeper (the plastic ring on the lead) down as far as it will comfortably go, securing the collar in a snug but comfortable manner. Collar should not close. If it does, the collar is too big and you need a smaller size. Ideally you will have a space of just lead of 2 to 4 finger widths (1 1/2" to 3") wide. Slightly more is acceptable. Less could be insecure. If the fit is proper, you are ready to go for a walk.
** collar is too low on neck in photo. It should be higher
especially if the dog is a puller.
|Below is just a small sampling of the colors and fabrics available. When interested in purchasing you will be sent photos of the collars available in your dogs size range and base color (red, pink, orange, yellow, green, mint, blue, teal, lavender, purple, black, grey, brown or tan) and style (Floral, seasonal, South western, plaid, bright contrasts, etc.) preference.|