Coastal Pet Cure Canine Cancer Campaign Nylon Dog Collar
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Coastal Pet Cure Canine Cancer Campaign Nylon Dog Collar

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Friends Helping Best Friends is the theme for the Morris Animal Foundation Cure Canine Cancer Campaign. Proceeds from this brightly decorated collar support research to treat and prevent canine cancer. Dog lovers across the country, who have lost a beloved family member to this disease, are fighting back - raising awareness and funding for critical canine cancer research that will lead to better prevention, treatments, and someday, a cure. This brightly decorated collar features the Morris Animal Foundation Cure Canine Cancer Campaign logo and white cloud print throughout. Collar has a metal D-ring for attaching leash and ID tags and black plastic hardware.
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The Coastal Pet Cure Canine Cancer Campaign Nylon Dog Collar is a good collar for a good cause.

August 26, 2011 12:52 am | By Zootoo Editor Flinn D.

In looking through the options for dog collars on pet store shelves, sometimes all of the options seem the same. So why not choose a collar for a good cause? Now your dog can sport a fun collar that supports a serious cause with the Cure Canine Cancer Campaign Nylon Dog Collar from Coastal Pet.

Although the message of the Cure Canine Cancer Campaign Nylon Dog Collar is grave, the design is cheery and appealing. The color is a bright blue, and features white clouds interspersed with the logo of the Morris Animal Foundation Cure Canine Cancer Campaign, the group that is benefitting from sales of this cute collar.

Of course, the Cure Canine Cancer Campaign Nylon Dog Collar does more than just impart a message. The collar has the functional aspects that you need to get the job done. The black plastic buckles are easy to use, and the collar has a sturdy metal D-ring for attachments.

But with a design this cute and this important, who cares about functionality? In addition to the cheery colors and logo, the Cure Canine Cancer Campaign Nylon Dog Collar has a sweet message — “Best Friends Helping Best Friends.” And with proceeds from the sales of the product going to research to treat and prevent the dreaded disease of canine cancer, that message rings true.

And owners who might expect to pay more in order to contribute to this fundraising campaign will be pleasantly surprised. The retail price runs from under $5 during some online sales for a small size to just over $7 for the largest size — making this collar a bargain for a good cause.

Pros: Cute design; proceeds go to support research to treat and prevent canine cancer.

Cons: None.

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