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Discussion in 'Dog Chat' started by eastcliff, Jul 8, 2009.


  1. eastcliff

    eastcliff PetForums Newbie

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    Do any of you know of any collars that do not rust in the sea as my spaniel swims daily sometimes for a couple of hours and i get through so many collars. I have tried the rubber ones but they all seem to be a inch in width which looks far to chunky and uncomfortable at the moment he has a fabric one with stainless steel quick release clasp from dapper pets and only 1/2" wide which is perfect but now it is gradually becoming difficult to release and dry off. I was thinking brass maybe good in the sea
     
  2. nhamblin84

    nhamblin84 PetForums Member

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    I think I have seen a Johnsons waterproof one? not that i can remember where lol!!
     
  3. Nonnie

    Nonnie PetForums VIP

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    Johnsons will be a flea collar. You cant use them like a standard collar.
     
  4. eastcliff

    eastcliff PetForums Newbie

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    i have the ezydog collar already and it is too thick and chunky and the dublin collar is 3/4" wide really looking for 1/2" width as it sits on a 15 " neck comfortably

    many thanks x
     

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    nhamblin84 PetForums Member

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    woops ok! i havent seen any other ones apart from that sorry x
     
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    why not use a fabric collar with a plastic clip??
     
  8. Beagle Mafia

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    Pets at home have a selection of plastic clasp collars most independent petshop do too. Also look in Wilkinsons thats where I got Busters cheap and good quality with plastic clip - also very secure and adjustable
     
  9. eastcliff

    eastcliff PetForums Newbie

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    was hoping to find something that did not need drying each time

    those sites look useful thanks Nonnie
     
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