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Have You Ever Spotted a Rubber Collar?!

We've seen collars made out of semiprecious and even precious stones, in addition to the more traditional fabric and leather. However, have you ever spotted a rubber collar? I certainly hadn't until I peeped these at Best in Show.

Rubber collars are created from a special blend of polymers that won’t absorb moisture, retain dirt, or harbor bacteria found in your favorite play areas! So if your pup loves outdoor adventures – swimming, digging, and more – these collars won't get grungy, frayed, or start smelling like a stinky old sponge. Simply rinse and repeat to get ready for your next journey. Coming in three adjustable versions ($30) for pups of all sizes, I can't get enough of the fun colors and patterns you'll see in a widget when you


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nbarbat1 nbarbat1 7 years
They are great, I also have the merlot one from Dublin Dogs Co. and its held up so well so far
baltimoregal baltimoregal 9 years
I think it's great cause it won't get dirty so fast (as long as it's loose).
melizzle melizzle 9 years
Hmm, looks like a good idea. My pup just broke her collar (again), so I'm in the market.
fuzzles fuzzles 9 years
I won't collar my would damage his ruff. But if I had a dog, I would be hesitant to put a rubber collar around the neck. We are finding out how harmful plastic drinking bottles can be to people, especially kids. Our pets are even smaller. Just my two pennies.
wren1 wren1 9 years
These are so cute! My Italian Greyhound has to wear a martingale collar, so I miss out on so many cute collars.
Phasekitty Phasekitty 9 years
These seem really practical!
mnp mnp 9 years
These look good. I'm tempted to buy...
sandyday16 sandyday16 9 years
Love the merlot!
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