Strong 2 Ply Leather Collar for Unbelievable Comfort and Total Control
Is it difficult to find a collar that will match your Pitbull strength and, at the same time, won't rub his sensitive skin? Your endless searching has finally finished! This Handmade Dog Collar consists of 2 ply genuine leather, so it is not so easy to break or tear it apart. Daily walking or hard agitation training - it will be helpful for various activities with your pet, so that it may replace all your previous collars.
Soft inside leather ply provides comfort for the dog while fur saving plate doesn't allow the buckle to knot or pull the hair, preserving its appearance even after an intensive training. By the way, buckle and D-ring are reliably attached and made of brass. It means they possess high tensile strength and breaking loads.
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Extra Strong Leather Collar - the Best Choice for Pitbull Training
Main features of Pitbull Collar:
- 2 ply of thick full grain leather
- Buckle protector
- Comfortable design
- Massive brass fittings
- Adjustable buckle
When to use this Pitbull Collar:
- Agitation, attack, obedience training
- Pleasant walks
- Off leash activities
- Vet/groomer visiting
- Easy communication with dog
- Width - 45 mm ( 1 3/4 inch)
How to measure your Pitbull for a good fit Collar:
Please be advised that:
- Always measure your dog neck circumference with the flexible measuring tape.
- Specify neck size of your dog and we will make this size fit on central hole.
- There will be the total
of 5 holes and the distance between each 2 holes is 1 inch (25
- For example: your
dogs neck size is 20 inches (50 cm). Collar will fit on
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 the last hole about 4 inch long (10 cm).
- Those are
handcrafted collars and some sizes will differ a little (not
- 2 ply leather collars if measured laying flat on the table are 2 inch bigger than if measured on the dog.
Even don't try to find better equipment for your Pit, as this 2 ply leather collar is time-proof and durable, comfortable and easy for handling, adjustable and multipurpose dog training gear, that will surely satisfy your dog's needs.
To make it better than any other product in the market, it was designed up to international standards of quality of the best materials. As the result - this 2 Ply Leather Collar is a premium quality supply, satisfying the requirements of the most demanding customers.
2 ply of full grain selected leather were carefully stitched with nylon tear-proof thread at borders to provide extra durability of this item and ensure the lifetime service. The hardware, made of non-corrosive brass, is also strong and sturdy, as both the buckle and D-ring are riveted to hold the strength of high pressure.
If you want your dog to obey your commands, you should guarantee an utmost comfort for your pet while training. Fur protection plate serves to save the dog's fur in perfect condition and eliminate skin rubbing. Your Pitbull will be pleased with the comfortable fit, as the width of the collar is optimal for the dog with large necks. all you need is to adjust the collar properly with the help of a classic type buckle.
Feedback from Pitbull owner:
Well, It's been over a year now, and the collars are still holding up just as strong as
ever! They are wonderful, and we couldn't be happier!
I just wanted to tell you that a good friend of mine off of the internet wrote to me the
other day and told me that he was on your site ordering something for his new dog, and he
saw DAVE and SUZI! He is from Illinois and his name is Fernando. He had no idea that they
were on there, and he said he was so excited when he pulled it up and there was DAVE!
I thought it was so cool, and I just wanted to thank you again for using Dave right there
on your first page. We are truly proud.
I hope you are doing well, and I'll talk with you again soon.
With kind regards,
P.S. Here are the kids, still wearing their beautiful leather!
Articles about American Pit Bull Terrier
start reading this article from the beginning please click on
here...Walkowitz & Wilcox 1994, Willis 1992, 1989, Onstott
1962 all view linebreeding and inbreeding as essentially the same
and differing only in degree of intensity. Whether one considers
inbreeding and linebreeding to be the same or feels they are two
distinct breeding systems, quantifying the degree to which an animal
is linebred (or inbred) provides important information regarding its
potential genetic contribution. If we traced our APBT pedigrees back
far enough we would see that all our dogs are ultimately related and
the inbreeding coefficient would be quite high. If such a dog were
compared to a dog whose background is only known for a few
generations, it would appear as if this dog were much less inbred.
But this, of course, is not necessarily true. When we are comparing
pedigrees, we must always consider for how many generations we are
calculating the inbreeding coefficient. Calculation of Inbreeding
Coefficients will give an indication of how inbred a dog or a
prospective cross is. Knowing these numbers enables the breeder to
make choices that will reduce inbreeding. PROBLEMS “InHeReNt” WITH
LINEBREEDING AND INBREEDING. LOL! A well educated opinion regarding
inbreeding and modern homogeneity of dog breeds such as the APBT
states that inbreedings/linebreedings time is past. This author
indicated that if purebred dogs are to remain viable into the next
century breeders need to rethink their strategy and work toward
their goals with more emphasis on over-all health and concerted
efforts to reduce the level of inbreeding in their breeds.
Especially to me as a geneticist this is an important point
considering three of the most prolific germ-lines in the show APBT
and the health problems that are increasingly apparent. Inbreeding
and tight linebreeding typically act to reduces fertility, overall
health and mental stability. Inbred animals are more prone to
diseases such as infections and cancer, and more likely to be
"highly strung" and nervous. To understand why this happens we need
to consider basic genetics: All dogs carry some harmful genes. These
genes are usually hidden because we have one good copy of the gene
to compensate for the defective version and the good copy of the
gene can perform the tasks required. If we double up on this gene
through inbreeding/linebreeding we are removing the good copy and
the harmful gene is the only one left....to
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