When most people think about dog collars, they think about something that is required to attach a leash to. They think of a dog collar as a commitment and I must confess I used to think that way too. Then I met Cathy, someone who makes dog collars for a living. All my friends were buying these great dog collars but I resisted. At the time I had my 12-year lab Molly and I was feeling superstitious. I thought that if I bought her a new collar she would die shortly thereafter. But then I realized a collar is not a commitment, it is an accessory. So I gave Cathy some pink floral material and she made me a collar. I will never forget the day Cathy presented me with Molly’s first accessory collar. She put it on my old girl and I swear Molly looked like a pup again. Molly was just so proud of her collar and all the cooing and attention she was receiving. I have been buying collars as accessories ever since. Oh and by the way, Molly lived another two years and sported many collars, but that first pink floral will always be my favorite.
So if you are interested in some great collars for your pups, check out http://www.collarcorner.com/
Note: I am not compensated in any way for recommending this site. Cathy is just a good friend who makes great collars