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Ellen F.
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Rating: 5

Great Collars

posted 5 years ago

These collars were originally invented for Grey Hounds that, because of their head structure, could easily slip their collar. However they are great for any dog and come in all sizes and many cool colors. I use them on my Labs and at our Humane Society we use them aon all the dogs if we have them available. they are sort of like a Martingale type colar that tightens as the dogs pulls on it but releases as soon as the dog stpos pulling. We have some "escape artisits" at the Humane Society so these collars provide confidence to our volunteer walkers that the won't lose one of the dogs while out for a walk. They are washable when thay get dirty and last forever.

Pros: affordable and durable

Cons: none

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Sistertex
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Rating: 5

Greyt Product

posted 5 years ago

These are great collars and leads. Nice humane safety collars that work well for greyhounds with the slender head to neck ratio. The ones I have had....still have, have held up for years. No complaints except that they are nothing dressy. I love to put fancy collars on my hounds. I also like wider collars for my long necked beauties - premier items are pretty regular in thickness...maybe an inch wide.
A good product line, a good product

Pros: Lots of Styles and Colors

Cons: Nothing Fancy

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Sue H.
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Rating: 5

Why I recommend this Collar

posted 5 years ago

I have been using the Premier collar on my cattledog for over 9yrs now..and before that, on my Sheltie. Originally, I could only obtain them thru my vet..but now is available via the internet. They last forever and due to their design, it is almost impossible for a dog to slip their collar. Most definitely my favorite collar!

Pros: Love the way it fits

Cons: none

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George H.
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Rating: 3

Lightweight and Bright

posted 5 years ago

Had one dog break the clip and no issues with the second. This is a good basic color - lightweight and practical. Easy to adjust with a stury ring to attach a lead. Jury is still out on durability.

Pros: Very lightweight

Cons: plastic clip not as sturdy as a metal buckle

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Laura  J.
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Rating: 2

Not a Fan

posted 5 years ago

We've tried these a couple of times and the clip breaks. Not a good thing to find the color at the end of the tie out and no dog attached! I prefer collars with metal buckles.

Pros: Light Weight and Bright

Cons: Plastic clips break

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