New Padded Leather Pitbull Collar for Protection Training

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  • Model: C24##1072 4 Leather Padded Collar 40 mm

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Mega Soft and Comfortable Leather Collar with Felt Padding

Do you hope your dog will grow into a real guard for you and your family? Are you searching for an appropriate equipment for protection training? Choose this Padded Leather Collar and none of you will be disappointed! If you want the dog to stand you in good stead in future, provide him with the best comfort during training. Due to the soft felt padding of this very model, your Pitbull will follow all your commands with pleasure. Besides, being a training supply, this collar is made of strong material and then carefully stitched and riveted to make the item resistant to any overloads which can happen during intensive exercising.

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Handmade Felt Padded Leather Collar

Excellent Pitbull Collar for Comfy and Effective Training

Padded Leather Collar for Daily Training

Padded Leather Collar with Rust-proof Buckle and D-ring

Key features of this Pitbull Collar:

  • 100% genuine leather
  • Extra stiff
  • Classic design
  • Adjustable
  • Non-toxic material
  • Dependable material
  • Elegant design
  • Riveted for better durability
  • Optimal width

Intended use of this Pitbull Collar:

  • Obedience training
  • Off leash training
  • Protection training
  • Safe walking

Sizes available:

  • 1 1/2 inch (40 mm) wide

Available colors:

  • Black
  • Brown
  • Tan

How to measure your Pitbull Dog for good fit Collar:

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Please be advised that:

  • For buckle collar when you specify the neck size we will make collar fit on a central hole.
  • There will be the total of 5 holes and the distance between each 2 holes is 1 inch (25 mm).
  • For example, your dogs neck size is 20 inches (50 cm). The collar will fit on a central hole at 20 inches (50 cm).
  • There will be 2 smaller size holes - 18 inch (45 cm) and 19 inch (47.5 cm).
  • There will be 2 bigger size holes - 21 inch (52.5 cm) and 22 inch (55 cm).
  • There will also be tip of the collar after last hole about 2 inch long (5 cm).
  • Those are handcrafted collars and some sizes will differ a little (not significantly).
  • 2 ply leather collars and padded leather collars are 1 inch bigger to make sure that it will fit your dog.

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Protection Training Leather Collar for Pitbull

Duly Riveted and Stitched Leather Collar with Felt Padding

The first thing you should know about this collar is that it brings the dog comfort and safety. This model is developed in close collaboration with pro trainers and vets to achieve the best results in training and make the process as comfortable for the dog as possible. The flexible and stretch-proof leather is padded inside with a thick felt, which will gently embrace your petís neck. The soft and tender material wonít cut into your furry friend's skin, rubbing and irritations are avoided also. Superior comfort is the only feeling your dog will experience wearing this tool.
This handmade dog article also features an extreme strength and durability. Selected genuine leather is wear and tear-proof, so this collar hasa lifetime service. Just avoid keeping it near wet places as well as don't dry it on the radiators.†

The collar can be easily adjusted to the size of your dog's neck due to the five holes and buckle-like closure. It is easy to fasten and unfasten. Moreover, if reliably locked, the buckle will never get released involuntarily. It is protected from deformation and breakage with nickel covering. Nickel-plated steel is very sturdy and resistant to rust and corrosion.† The tool is also equipped with a D-ring, you may use it for attaching the leash.

Articles about American Pit Bull Terrier


...to start reading this article from the beginning please click on here...All colors were considered equal. An individual dog was selected as breeding stock based upon a multitude of factors, none of them being color. The canine genetic research into the genotype of color has been done solely in AKC registered breeds. One of the breeds that has been studied is the American Staffordshire Terrier. As a matter of review, it is important to understand that every dog accepted into the AKC registry as an American Staffordshire Terrier was also registered with the UKC or ADBA as an American Pit Bull Terrier. The year was 1936, and the popularity of the Our Gang Comedy and show's mascot, Petey, prompted the AKC to open their stud book to the breed as long as the breed name could be changed to the American Staffordshire Terrier. No other breed has been crossed into the AKC American Staffordshire Terrier lines, so we are justified in examining the results of this research and applying it to our ADBA registered dogs. The researched results of the color genotypes possible in our breed, at the nine loci responsible for the determination of color are presented below: As/Ay/at, B/b, C, D/d, E/Ebr/e, g, m, S/si/sp/sw, t Locus A Series: Dark Pigment Pattern This locus has six different alleles possible in the canine population. Only three are present in the APBT breed. (As) dominant Black (Ay) dominant Yellow (at) bicolored pattern (tan 'Doberman like' markings on a solid coat) The A alleles are pattern factors that control the amount and area distribution of dark and light pigment. They act within the hair follicle to switch pigment synthesis between light and dark. It is important to remember that alleles at this locus interact with Locus E alleles. (As) - DOMINANT BLACK: This allele produces uniform coverage of dark pigment over the entire body. Its action is expressed in all dogs with black or brown coats. The (As) allele is almost completely dominant over others in the A series. The black color ranges from pure black to a black with a brownish cast (seal). Geneticists are uncertain if the allele is incapable to produce pure black without additional help from another locus, or if the brown cast indicates a heterozygous allele. (Ay) - DOMINANT YELLOW: The (Ay) allele restricts dark pigment, producing yellow colors....to continue reading this article please click on here...

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