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The Caesar XL is the largest stainless steel dog collar in the BIG DOG CHAINS family. Large Cuban link dog collar design great for your pit bull, bull mastiff and more.Each Cuban link on the large Caesar XL dog collar has a 1.25 inch width. Similar to the , , and models but the Caesar XL Cuban links are thicker. That's why the Caesar XL large dog collar is only recommended for dog's with neck sizes over 18 inches in diameter. Perfect for your large American Bully, pit bull, bull mastiff, Cane Corso, Presa Canario and more. The Caesar XL like all of the BIG DOG CHAINS custom luxury designer dog collars come with our patent pending clasp technology. BIG DOG CHAINS's patent pending dog collar clasp technology is designed by professional jewelry designers and rigorously tested on some of the largest pit bulls in the world. We even had the opportunity to test our large personalized dog collars on Hulk from . Enjoy a and free with every custom dog collar purchase. Our goal is to provide our clients with a large and strong personalized dog collar that will last a lifetime. You can order the Caesar XL right now or browse through other designer dog collars in our . Watch the BIG DOG CHAINS review of the Caesar XL large dog collar below. Find out why the Caesar XL is so popular.
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Chaining Violates Dogs’ Nature as Social Pack Animals
In addition to The Humane Society of the United States and numerous animal experts, the U. S. Department of Agriculture (USDA) issued a statement in the July 2, 1996, Federal Register against tethering:
In 1997, the USDA that people and organizations regulated by the Animal Welfare Act cannot keep dogs continuously chained
The American Veterinary Medical Association (AVMA) "Never tether or chain your dog because this can contribute to aggressive behavior."
The Centers for Disease Control (CDC) concluded in a that the dogs most likely to attack are male, unneutered, and chained.
According to the Association of Shelter Veterinarian’s Guidelines for Standards of Care in Animal Shelters, "Tethering is an unacceptable method of confinement for any animal and has no place in humane sheltering. Constant tethering of dogs in lieu of a primary enclosure is not a humane practice." The purpose of the ordinance is to prevent the possibility of strangling when a dog becomes entangled in ropes and chains or surrounding objects. The ordinance also seeks to prevent dogs from being left exposed to harsh weather conditions without access to shelter, and being unable to reach a supply of food and water.Under the ordinance, a dog may not be tethered for more than three hours total in any 24-hour period. The ordinance defines tethering as a means of tying out or fastening a dog outdoors on a rope, chain or other line for restraining a dog. The term does not mean the restraint of a dog on an attended leash.You can add or subtract links from a pinch collar to change sizes. A pinch collar should fit semi snug on your dog. If a pinch collar is fitted too loose it will not give an effective correction.