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  •    Home » Articles » DogCollars » A Labrador Reflective Dog Collar??

    A Labrador Reflective Dog Collar??

     

    Dogs are one of the oldest and most faithful pets. Humans have always loved to have these animals around and have used them for work, protection and companionship. There are so many breeds of dogs today, each having a particular characteristic and looks. A dog lover can always get a dog, which matches perfectly to his/her requirement and mode of living. For example, people who live on ranches or large houses love to keep big dogs for protection such as Great Danes, Rottweilers, Collies, Sheep Dogs, and German Shepherds and so on. Those who live in small apartments would prefer to keep smaller dogs such as Pomeranians, Shih Tzu, Cocker Spaniels, Apso Tibetan and so on. It does not really matter what breed you choose. Dogs overall are excellent companions no matter what type. People who have kept dogs cannot imagine their lives without them. As soon as you would get a dog home – whether it is a puppy or one from an animal rescue shelter – the first thing you would do is give it a collar.

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    Dressing Up Your Pet Dog – The Dog Collar

    A dog collar is something that says, ‘you are mine’. It makes the animal belong to the family, to you. Owners usually look out for specific dog collars to match the dog, the circumstances they live in and the looks of the collar. Hence, small dogs have ornamental and fancy dog collars while large usually have rough and tough leather collars or chokers. Some owners prefer reflective dog collar for their pets.

    There are many reasons why one should use a reflective dog collar for their pet. The first and foremost is that it is safer for the dog. There are many instances when pet dogs had been hit by cars in the night because they were not noticeable enough in the dark. A reflective dog collar will ensure that they are always visible and hence, reduce this risk to the minimum possible.

    Another very important use is that the owner (and others) can easily locate the dog in the dark, if and when it manages to stray away from you. This is very useful when the dog is not yet trained (puppy or otherwise) and hence, it does not yet respond to commands like ‘come here’ or answers to its name. In this case, the reflective dog collar in the night would be a boon, because you can see your dog and get it before it gets lost. Some reflective dog collars come with flashing lights, which make the collars look unique adding to their value (and useful factor). These types of collars are mostly preferred for dogs with long hair.

    There are many varieties and styles of reflective dog collars for you to choose from provided you have the patience to search; you will definitely get something that matches exactly to what you want.

     

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