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Dexter has a New Collar and He's Showing it Off!

Someone wants to strut his stuff. And here's a pic of Dexter and Khaleesi on a hike in our woods last week. They're waiting for dad to throw the toy. Like now, please.

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Nice!

great photo too!

i sure do like the wider collars i am seeing lately.

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Great pictures and I love the collars!

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OMG they are beautiful..............look at those dobes give them hugs from across the miles!!
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Thanks, I love these iPhone shots. And the only bribe is toy...OMG...a toy...are you gonna throw it or just tease us forever? They actually are more toy prey driven than food driven.

The collars were made by a woman on our SCH club who owns a saddle repair shop. She designed a soft wide collar with no latches that can be adjusted with leash on to hold dog back in training without harming them or fear of a buckle or latch breaking. I've posted about them before when I had Khaleesi's made. But I love Dexter's big bold yellow embroidery.

Her name is Cindy Corwin and with embroidery, she charges $20, which I think is a bargain. I think w/o embroidery they are $15. She also does them in nice leather. I don't know the price on those tho. She's so talented and these are now my favorite collars and I've dropped a lot of $$ on collars in the past.

if you want to call her, PM me and I'll send her phone number. And before you think this is a commercial: I'm not making money/commission. I just like supporting an independent small business person with testimonial. She would need your dog's neck measurement and I have no idea what cost shipping would be if you call and order one.

There are 3 rings on them for adjustable tightness of the restraint you need. When I'm holding Khaleesi back for SCH training, I hook the 2 furthest apart rings thru the leash. She doesn't choke but I can hold back till it's time for her to go for the bite sleeve.

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Thanks, I love these iPhone shots. And the only bribe is toy...OMG...a toy...are you gonna throw it or just tease us forever? They actually are more toy prey driven than food driven.

The collars were made by a woman on our SCH club who owns a saddle repair shop. She designed a soft wide collar with no latches that can be adjusted with leash on to hold dog back in training without harming them or fear of a buckle or latch breaking. I've posted about them before when I had Khaleesi's made. But I love Dexter's big bold yellow embroidery.

Her name is Cindy Corwin and with embroidery, she charges $20, which I think is a bargain. I think w/o embroidery they are $15. She also does them in nice leather. I don't know the price on those tho. She's so talented and these are now my favorite collars and I've dropped a lot of $$ on collars in the past.

if you want to call her, PM me and I'll send her phone number. And before you think this is a commercial: I'm not making money/commission. I just like supporting an independent small business person with testimonial. She would need your dog's neck measurement and I have no idea what cost shipping would be if you call and order one.

There are 3 rings on them for adjustable tightness of the restraint you need. When I'm holding Khaleesi back for SCH training, I hook the 2 furthest apart rings thru the leash. She doesn't choke but I can hold back till it's time for her to go for the bite sleeve.

Well that's neat! They sure are nice.

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