From whopping big woofers to petite puppers, we’re pretty confident our range of dog collars has something that’s perfect for every dog. It’s important to choose a collar that’s the right size, material and thickness for your dog. And it’s just as important to go with a design that matches their unique personality!
Should my dog wear a collar or a dog harness?
It kinda depends on how enthusiastic your dog is about walkies. Collars are lightweight, but if your dog’s the kind who takes off the moment you attach a lead, pulling you along for the ride, all that strain centres on the back of their neck, which can cause your dog pain. On the other hand, dog harnesses distribute the strain across your dog’s shoulders and chest, so they’re more comfortable. But some dogs aren’t too keen on getting into harnesses. For dogs who walk at warp speed, it’s generally best to choose a harness. Dogs who trot along at a more subdued pace can wear a collar or a harness.
Off the leash
Don’t forget to take a look at our range of leads! It’s the most important part of walkies time, and even just the sound of it jingling is enough to summon your dog from even the deepest dreams. Some brands like FuzzYard, Pupstyle and Rogz have leads, collars and harnesses that you can coordinate, for a look that’s bound to be noticed by all the other dogs – and their equally envious humans - next time you're out for a walk.