Tazlab Safe-T Collar
Every year, dogs die because they were suffocated / choked by their own collars. There are many instances in which this can happen - a dog trying to escape from its crate or two dogs playing together and becoming entangled seem to be the most common of these accidents. While we all know to never leave a choke chain on a dog except for training, even flat nylon or leather collars that most people have on their dogs 24-7 can be the cause of such a death. Tazlab's Safe-T collar addresses this problem. Their unique design includes an elastic band between the two D-rings. When the collar is not in "use" and gets caught on something, the elastic allows it to stretch far enough for the dog to pull his head out and free himself. When the collar is in "use", the leash clips to both D rings on either side of the elastic and keeps the collar from stretching when it's needed to hold the dog. The Safe-T collar also has a separate space at the front of the collar to hook your dog's license and ID tags to. The collar is available in many different colors to suit almost anyone's taste.
Great dog collar with a lot of durability and fun all in one. One of my dogs has this collar and she wears it a lot, gets it dirty and it cleans right up.
what a great solution to pets on-the-go ;) i am ordering mine, now!
Given her druthers, my giant black dog would finish her supper in approximately three bites, then come inside demanding more, sometimes sneaking a bit from the other, not-so-aggressive beta dog. Thus she's overweight and we know i... Given her druthers, my giant black dog would finish her supper in approximately three bites, then come inside demanding more, sometimes sneaking a bit from the other, not-so-aggressive beta dog. Thus she's overweight and we know it. But ever since we've had the Brake Fast bowl in our house, she actually quite often will leave food in her bowl... and it takes her a good two or three minutes to eat what she does. She spreads her meals out. And she even seems more active. I can't guarantee that she's lost any weight yet (you want to know how much she weighs? You get her to stand on the scale...), but I claim without question that she is a healthier dog. And I like that a lot.