Posted by Hot Dog Collars
Dogs have been and are bred for specific purposes: to hunt,
guard and herd. Some canine classes have even been bred as show dogs and used
as status symbols, dating all the way back to Medieval times. There is no one
perfect breed, and some say a mutt is the only kind of “breed” to get. But did
you know that specific breeds require specific
Let’s take a look at four different dog breeds and the type
of collar that suits them best.
The Labrador Retriever
American Kennel Club
(AKC) lists the Labrador Retriever (lab) as having a friendly and outgoing personality.
Playful and patient, labs have made a welcome addition to families. Labs are
very active dogs and were originally bred as a working companion animal to
Today, labs work in search and rescue, therapy efforts, and
social services. As a lab owner, don’t let his gentle disposition fool you.
Labs require lots of exercise and love to run and swim. Because they are
constantly on the move, their collar will need to be durable. The
will fit comfortably around your lab’s neck and soften with
use, making him feel like he’s not wearing anything!
The German Shepherd
The German Shepherd is a loyal dog who puts the safety of
his human family members above his own. A very intelligent breed, German
bred for work,
starting their careers in herding sheep. Similar to Labrador Retrievers, German
Shepherds work in search and rescue, police services and social services.
German Shepherds are nimble and quick-footed. Their athleticism makes them
superb adventuring buddies. For your German Shepherd, we suggest the
. This collar will help train your pup not to lead or pull on your
is a goofy, fun-loving dog breed with lots of energy who really love their
human parents and siblings. Boxers can get bored if they don’t have enough
stimulation, so you’ll need to make sure to provide them some good fun. Boxers were
originally bred to be bull-baiting dogs, but later worked as butcher’s helpers
in gathering cattle for slaughter. For the Boxer, you will want the flat collar.
The square head of the Boxer will make it impossible for them to slip out of it
out on a walk.
Beagles are a happy, laidback dog breed with very curious
natures. Like the Boxer, German Shepherd and Labrador Retriever, the Beagle
(despite having a relaxed personality) is a spritely little beast who loves to
bounce around play. This means they require plenty of exercise. Bred to track
game in a hunt, the Beagle still loves to use their nose for tracking and
adventuring. For the Beagle, the
leather dog collar
is perfect. Their short fur won’t be pulled by the
collar and the leather will mold softly to the contours of their neck, making
for a relaxed fit.
Dogs deserve the very best, after all, they are family. Find your pet’s perfect collar with Hot Dog Collars today!
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