Waterproof Dog Collars for Dogs
Who Love Water
The ideal collar for a dog that swims is a collar that won't absorb any moisture and is worn loose enough to allow air flow to the neck underneath the collar. Tight, water soluble collars can cause rashes and skin irritation - even yeast infections of the skin in the warm, moist environment under a tight, wet dog collar.
Always Keep a Collar & Tags on Your Dog
It might be tempting to leave your water-loving dog without any collar at all- but every dog owner needs to be proactive about ensuring a safe, fast recovery if our dog ever gets lost or wanders off. Just keeping your dog in a collar may be the difference between your dog wandering beside a busy road and motorists thinking "stray dog" and motorists seeing a bright collar, thinking "lost dog", and pulling over to catch and return him.
At right are several links to our best selling waterproof dog collars. All of these styles feature strong nylon webbing coated with a permanent, flexible coating. Jelly Collars are fun and bright but are narrow and have a more plasticy feeling than the Sparky's Choice collars, which are soft and leatherlike and popular with hunters due to their simplicity and longevity.
Article by: Lindsay Braman