What’s the best Collar for a Puppy?


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What’s the best collar for a puppy?

The best collar for a growing puppy is lightweight and adjustable.

My 9-week-old puppy Remy wears an adjustable nylon collar from dogIDs. As Remy grows over the next couple of months, we’ll be able to adjust his collar.

We’ve had him for five days, and his collar is about as small as it can go. too bad Remy won’t stay miniature forever!

Since his collar is lightweight, Remy seemed to get used to wearing it right away.

He says, “I don’t need a collar. I’ll go nekkid.”

Uh-huh. sure you will.

Nylon collars for puppies (and dogs)

Remy’s nylon collar has personalized embroidery that includes his name and my phone number.

This is nice because I didn’t have to worry about ordering ID tags quite yet. Remy would probably just try to bite the tags anyway.

I love how easy it is to read his name on the collar.

If you’d like to order a collar for your dog or puppy, the collars come in 15 different colors and the embroidery comes in even more colors.

See them all here.

The collars aren’t just for puppies. We have the exact same collar for our older dog Ace.

What’s the best collar for training a puppy?

For training your puppy, you probably won’t need anything more than a nylon collar at first. and you will start training him right away, right? ?

I’ve already started taking Remy on leash walks around the neighborhood and we’re working on basic training like sit. Actually, I need to set aside some time every day to work with him even more.

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Remy’s nylon collar works perfectly for walking and training now. We will start puppy obedience classes next month, and Remy will wear his nylon collar for “dog school” as well.

What’s the best collar to stop a puppy from pulling?

If you have an older puppy who’s starting to pull or if you have a large-breed puppy you might need something more than a regular collar for extra control such as:

– a nylon martingale collar or

– a slip lead

dogIDs carries several slip leads made with soft material (vs. chain). This would be a good option for a puppy who’s already starting to pull.

Once Remy gets a little older I will most likely start using a slip lead for his training and walks—and of course running!

I can’t wait to go running with Remy! He’s already doing 1.5-mile walks and could easily walk even further if I let him. I’m facing the challenge of trying to tire out a crazy Weimaraner puppy while not working his joints and muscles too hard.

He loves prancing around the neighborhood, struttin’ his stuff. He’s a confident little thing. He’s going to be trouble!

What type of collar did you use for your puppy?

Related posts:

Meet Remy!

Martingale dog collars – alternative to choke collars

Embroidered dog collars

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