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Types and Uses of Different Dog Collars

Dog collar is useful accessory that should be put around your dogs neck. It can be use to control dog or handle dog. It should have basic information such as identification of pet. This identification will be useful in case your dog got lost or wander off, anyone that will find your dog will know who the owner of dog is and the address. It is also useful for controlling your dog manually. Collars are often used with leash; these are useful when you are training or walking your dog. Dog collars are commonly used for leading and teaching dogs. Although, some use these collars to accessorize their dogs and make them look fashionable. There are several types of dog collars but not all of them are appropriate to use on your dog. The collar to use for your dog would still depend on the breed, behavior, size and age of your dog. One the different type of dog collar is the slip collar which is also called choke chain. This may be made of nylon, metal or leather. Pulling on the leash causes the collar to tighten up like a rope and release when the correction was given. This

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