Bestia™ "Black Giant" Genuine leather Dog Collar with screw spikes and soft…
While you might believe that selecting a collar for your giant breed dog is going to be simple, one trip to a well stocked pet supply store could have you seeing stars! There are many different collar options for your large dog, so we’ve set out to create a guide to help you choose the best one for your pooch.
For neck sizes from 20" to 26"+ (45cm to 66cm+). Big dog collars suitable for your large breed dog are not always easy to find. Here is a selection of collars for dogs larger than 100 pounds with 21" necks and larger. There are e XL sizes for the giant breeds. Popular big and large breeds include: Akita (85-130 lbs), American Bulldog (70-100 lbs), Anatolian Shepherd (100-150 lbs), Black Russian Terrier (80-140 lbs), Bullmastiff (125-130 lbs), Caucasian Ovcharka (100-155 lbs), Central Asian Shepherd Dog (90-175 lbs), Doberman Pinscher (90-140 lbs), Great Dane (120-160 lbs), Greater Swiss Mountain Dog (135 lbs), Irish Wolfhound (120 lbs), Kuvasz (100-115 lbs), Mastiff (175-220 lbs), Neapolitan Mastiff (110-150 lbs), Newfoundland (130-150 lbs), Otterhound (115 lbs), Rottweiler (95-130 lbs), Saint Bernard ((120-180 lbs), Scottish Deer Hound (65-110 lbs), Tibetan Masiff (100+ lbs)
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Dog collars are available in four sizes across a wide range of , and colors. Our most popular designs are also available in giant short and long sizes.Prong collars are used far too frequently, especially when it comes to giant breeds. So many people believe that prong collars are the only way to control such a large dog. I am able to walk Mauja and Atka (who easily outweigh me) by myself without the use of prong collars, choke collars, or any other aversive. If I can do it, anyone can do it.Unlike most style-minded pet stores, our size options don’t end at the medium sized dog! Our dog collars are made to fit a wide range of sizes from petite pups all the way up to giant dog breeds. ALL our collars are made by small businesses that manufacture their products in the USA. We specialize in hard to find dog collar styles and sizes. In 2004 we created and pioneered a buckle martingale design. Our buckle martingale designs can be found in any size from teacup to – you may have guessed it – extra big dogs.I am a member of a Great Pyr Club and also a Pry owner. Last Spring we had a Club Picnic and they had 2 women that were canine law enforcement officers that were the guest speakers. They had with them one of their “officer dogs” and he was quite awe inspiring. They put on a fantastic demonstration USING Prong Collars. They also showed that the “pinch” was to replicate the bite a mother dog would give one of her pups. My 4 year old Pyr does just fine with a regular collar, but my 5 year old Golden Retriever can back out of any collar I have tried – except the prong. They and other members of the club talked about spine and throat problems with the choke collars. These do Not happen with the prong. The major thing is to be sure that the Prong fits right and do not Yank the leash. I am sure there are many discussions about this, but for some dogs the prong is the answer, without harming the dog. People just need to be educated on how to use them correctly and if they are necessary. As I said, my Giant Pyr does not need one, but my smaller Golden has to have one. Do your research – Do what works best for Your Dog!