The Evolution Nylon Dog Collar with Cobra D-Ring is offered in 3 color options: Black, Coyote or Ghost Grey.
Hands down the best dog training harnesses we have come across. It gives YOU control. Additionally we find these work better than choke collars and other "harnesses" that fit over a dog's nose for several reasons. First, dogs are completely comfortable wearing one of these 2-ring dog harnesses which are lined with Swiss Velvet around the lower girth. Second, they help you train your dog to walk by your side by redirecting your dog's attention to you. Our freedom dog harnesses discourage pulling so you AND your dog will enjoy your walks much more.
These are super easy to put on thanks to the contrasting color loop that goes over the head and lands right on your dog's back between the shoulder blades. So to put on simply unclip the 2 girth buckles, hold the different color loop and slip over the head. Bring the strap that is hanging straight down between your dog's front legs and attach buckles around each leg. That's it! We size these dog no pull harnesses in our store on dogs all the time, so if you have any questions just give us a call and we're happy to help. The harness should fit snuggly allowing you to slip a few fingers between the harness and your dog.
1" Orange Granite Center-Ring Dog Collar -- Stainless Steel Hardware
3/4 in. Leather Center Ring Puppy / Small Dog Collar -- 12 inch
D-end (or Dee End) Dog Collars are a style of dog collar that is perfect for folks that need the strongest collar for dogs that are tied out or on bird dog "chain gangs." The D ring is on the end of the collar and then the buckle is located behind the ring. This makes for a stronger design. I use this style collar on all of my dogs.
Buckle collars: These collars have either metal buckles or plastic quick-release snaps. Buckle collars are adjustable either by means of a sliding ring arrangement (similar to the way the straps on a backpack are adjusted) or by selecting the hole the buckle fits into. These collars are non-constricting and can be left on your dog at all times. They should be adjusted so that the dog cannot slip the collar off over his ears (this usually means that you can only slip two fingers under the collar easily). Every dog should have a buckle collar with ID tags on all of the time. These collars can be made of flat or rolled leather, nylon strap, or rolled nylon. Buckle collars do apply pressure to the throat when a dog pulls. May be safely used with retractable leads. May be used for tethering.All dogs should wear a non-slip collar with at least two tags (or one tag and a permanent embroidered or embossed phone number) at all times. This will help ensure that, should your dog ever end up wandering loose, he or she can be safely returned to you.Prong collars (pinch collars): Consist of a series of interlocking metal links with blunt prongs that face the dog’s neck and rest against the skin. These collars have a limit to how far they can constrict and have no risk of strangulation. The blunt prongs actually protect the throat and blood vessels in the neck by allowing these structures to slip between the prongs without being constricted. These collars should never be left on an unsupervised dog or used for tethering. The strength and frequency of corrections may be reduced up to 80% by using a prong collar instead of a slip collar. These collars are not to be confused with slip-type collars that have pointed nail-like prongs embedded in leather or nylon. Tags should not be put on a prong collar. Prong collars should be fitted so that each prong rests gently against the skin of the neck at all times. You should have to take the collar apart to put it on or take it off – a prong collar should NEVER be loose enough to slide over a dog’s head. Quick release models are available, and make “dressing” large dogs easier. Not for use with retractable leads. Not safe for tethering.