2" CLASSIC PLAID LEATHER DOG COLLAR | Rad N Bad Collars
2" BLACK AND GREY CHECKERED LEATHER SPIKED DOG COLLAR | Rad N Bad Collars
Distinctive Ribbon Overlay Fashion. They may be small, they may be cute, but that doesn't mean they don't have a huge attitude. Hamilton celebrates "little dog syndrome" with our line of collars that are truly "bade to the bone".
The Bad: Buckle collars that are not fitted properly (too loose) can make it easier for your dog to just slip off of it and go chase that squirrel (best case scenario) or to run away from that scary lawnmower and head straight for a busy street (worst case scenario). If the buckle collar being used has a “safety breakaway” feature (which sounds like an oxymoron to me), simply jerking the collar accidentally can cause it to, well, break away.
2" BLACK OSTRICH EMBOSSED LEATHER DOG COLLAR | Rad N Bad Collars
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Well you have come to the right place. Bad Ass Petz has unqiue dog collars that range from punk dog collars to to to absolutely cool dog collars. We even have too! Don't forget to get your doggie a matching dog leash to go with our dog collars and some even come with harnesses to keep your bad ass dog under control.When it comes to your dogs, the way you train them is your choice to make. So to help you decide, here is the good, the bad, and the ugly on shock collars.Rad N Bad Collars caters to all of the dogs Worldwide. We have many clients around the world which means that we are outgrowing our space at home. We would like to use the $25k to rent a small warehouse so that we can be more organized and be able to serve our dog customers better. We will be able to hire a couple of people to do a batch production during a specific time frame so that we can lower our prices and make them more affordable to more people. We don't like any dogs feeling left out.As I mentioned earlier their use often creates some negative side effects, such as fear and anxiety. Let’s say your dog is reactive toward other dogs when walked on a leash so you strap a e-collar on and zap him every time he barks at another dog. Sounds simple, however you’re assuming he’s going to associate the negative stimulus (the shock) with the bark. BUT what if he connects the bad consequence with the other dog instead and now hates dogs even more because every time he’s around one something bad happens.If used regularly, the dog’s fur will rub off their nose where the head collar fits. Also, I don’t like to use them on dogs that have been vilified (such as Pit Bulls, Dobermans, Rottweilers, Mastiffs, and others) because uninformed people think it’s a muzzle, giving them a bad impression of what is probably a great dog.However, training collars are among the most incorrectly use tools ever invented. So it's worth taking obedience classes to learn how to use them correctly. Hint: if your dog continually pulls when you're walking her with a training collar, you're not using it properly. Don't feel bad; you have plenty of company. Other signs of misuse: the dog is choking, gagging or wheezing during walks.