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Westminster Pet Recycled Dog or Cat Collars turn recycled bottles into sturdy collars.
June 9, 2011 10:44 am | By Zootoo Editor Flinn D.
As “going green” becomes more popular, a more extensive range of eco-friendly products is becoming available. Pet products are no exception, as shown by the durable, attractive Recycled Dog or Cat Collars from Westminster Pet.
Part of Westminster Pet’s Ruffin’ It “One World” line of products, these collars are made from recycled plastic bottles. How the folks at Westminster Pet pull this off is a mystery, but the result is a solid entry into the field of collars on sale today.
One of the immediately clear benefits of the Westminster Pet Recycled Collar is the affordable price. Often, eco-conscious purchasing comes at a higher cost, but with a retail price of about $6.50, the Westminster Pet Recycled Collar is comparable to other collars on the market – and even lower priced than some collars with a lot more flash and a lot less substance.
And the Westminster Pet Recycled Collar doesn’t sacrifice style for function. The collars are offered in a wide variety of adorable printed patterns – such as patriotic stars and a classic houndstooth (pictured).
And the functional aspects of the Westminster Pet Recycled Collar are also solid. The buckle clasp is easy to maneuver when taking the collar on and off your pet, and the collar stands up to wear and tear. And the small size is appropriate for either small dogs or cats, making the collar ideal for multi-pet household.
Simply put, for an appealing, strong collar that’s also affordable and eco-friendly, the Westminster Pet Recycled Dog or Cat Collar is a wonderful option.
Pros: Variety of styles; affordable; good for multi-pet households.
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