Dog & Puppy Collars

Dog collars are a must-have for any pet owner! We have a wide range of dog & puppy collars including leather, studded, training, nylon, breed specific and just about any kind of K9 dog collar you can think of. No matter whether you are looking for a stylish or the strongest type of pet collar, we will have one to suit you and your canine. Selecting the right kind of collar for your pet is crucial, as you want it to be both practical and look good. With a wide selection of dog collars at our Australian pet store, you are sure to find the perfect match for your four legged friend.

Why Dog Collars Are So Important For Your Pet

Dog collars are not just something to attach a lead to when it’s time to go for a walk. They are also useful for training, identification, protection or even just for looking good.

If your four-legged friend does manage to get lost, then a collar with their home address will help them to be returned as soon as possible. When you get a new puppy, getting a collar and a pet ID tag are two of the first things you need. In addition to collars that are placed around the neck, you will also find collars that are placed around the front part of the body like a dog harness. These are ideal for dog owners that like to have more control over their pets when taking them for a walk. Training head halters & collars that are placed over the head are also available, and they help to stop your dog from pulling when walking. Also, see dog bark collars to help with any behavioural issues.


Dog Collar FAQ's

What are the different types of dog collars?

Dog collars are the most common and are typically made of nylon or leather. Martingale collars are designed to prevent dogs from slipping out of their collars and are often used for breeds with smaller heads and larger necks.

What size collar should I get for my dog?

To determine the correct size collar for your dog, you should measure your dog's neck with a soft tape measure. The collar should fit snugly around your dog's neck without being too tight. You should be able to fit two fingers between the collar and your dog's neck.

How often should I replace my dog's collar?

Over time, collars can become worn, frayed, or stretched out, which can make them less effective. Although there is no set time for when you need to replace your dog's collar, we recommend replacing it as soon as it becomes frayed or split.

Can I leave my dog's collar on all the time?

While it is generally safe to leave your dog's collar on all the time, it is important to remove it periodically to check for signs of wear or damage. Additionally, if your dog spends a lot of time outside or in a crate, you may want to remove their collar to prevent it from getting caught on anything.

Should I put ID tags on my dog's collar?

Yes, it's important to put ID tags on your dog's collar. ID tags can help reunite you with your dog if they ever get lost. Be sure to include your dog's name, your phone number, and any other relevant information on the ID tag.


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