Regular Dog Collar
How to Choose the Correct Size
The best way to measure your pet's neck for our awesome Survival Straps Pet Collars is by using a fabric tape measure around their neck, about 2-3” behind the base of their ear. If you do not have a fabric tape measure, you may try to use a piece of string, but please keep in mind this may cause variances in your measurement and ultimately the collar. Please measure tightly, and don’t worry we will properly add slack for the collar to fit comfortably according to the neck size. If your dog is extra fluffy in this area, tighten the tape slightly to compensate for the extra skin or hair in that area. Please do not measure your pets existing collar, as that will not give us an accurate neck measurement. Remember you will have an extra 1/2” of adjustability with the screw clasp used on the collars, so if your measurement is in-between sizes, round down to the nearest inch.
Want your pup to be the coolest canine on the block? Our Regular Dog Collars are handmade to suit your best friend! They are extremely durable, useful, and stylish. Each Collar is built with our 550-spec military grade paracord and uses our signature adjustable stainless steel shackle for the closure. The Survival Straps Regular Dog Collar includes a stainless steel D-ring, which is perfect for leash attachments and tag information, as well as a customized stainless steel dog tag embossed with your pup’s information in case he loses his way. This collar is approximately ¾” wide and best for dogs less than 50 lbs.
Is your dog a sports nut? Get him a Survival Dog Collar in his favorite team colors! Is he an outdoor adventurer or a hunting dog? Deck him out in a Survival Collar built with camouflage paracord or some neon orange to match. Whatever the case, your pup will turn some heads and make the other dogs drool with jealousy.
Want to make your dog famous? Shoot us a picture of your pooch showing off their new Survival Straps Dog Collar and we may post the picture for all to see! (firstname.lastname@example.org)