Spiked Dog Collar for Big Dogs - Custom Dog Collar - Leather Dog Collar 1.5 inch…
A few exceptions aside, the spiked dog collars are 1.75 + more inches wide, and available in large (L), extra large (XL), and XXL. Therefore these collars are mainly fit for BIG dogs and extra large / giant dogs.
Because tartan plaid is in origin, this dog collar would be especially perfect for your Scottish Terrier or West Highland White Terrier (Scottie, Westie), Dandie Dinmont Terrier, Cairn Terrier, Border Terrier, Border Collie (if he or she is not too big for this collar), Sheltie (Shetland Sheepdog), smooth Collie, or Skye Terrier. But keep in mind that for dogs with (very) long hairs, a studded or spiked collar may not be a good choice.
Leather dog collar with 3spikes+3old brass pyramids for big dods.
Spike and Stud Leather Collars For Big Dogs
I think a spiked collar would be rather hilarious on my little Bichon Frise, but not if the spikes were at all sharp. That second picture in your story is scary. The dog looks so sweet and that collar looks so menacing, like it could really harm the wearer. People who try to make their big dogs look menacing shouldn’t have dogs.I suppose my first introduction to spiked dog collars was through TV cartoons. I remember seeing big, tough bulldogs depicted wearing such collars. I was just a kid back then, and I always wondered why a pet owner would choose a spiked collar.So again, I don’t think spiked collars are a big deal as long as people use them appropriately on a dog they have control over. If there are any laws that prohibit such accessories on a dog its because a few idiots are using them when its not necessary. And in the eyes of the law, if there is any situation when a spike collar is not necessary then spiked collars are unnecessary in all situations…the law isnt going to sit around trying to split hairs over stuff like this.Whether you have a boy dog or a girl dog, a tiny dog, a small dog, a mid-sized or a large dog / big dog or giant dog, we have a dog collar for you. We have nylon collars, leather collars, canvas collars, spiked and studded collars, any style, color or pattern you can imagine!Spiked collars, for example, often give the impression of toughness, so they’re often chosen for big dogs, especially when the dogs serve the role as guardian. On the other hand, something like a pink spiked dog collar on a breed like a toy poodle can be quite a conversation starter!