Unlike humans, there's really no formal attire that dogs are supposed to wear on birthdays and weddings. You can get a three-piece doggy suit stitched for them, but buying a bow tie collar is just a lot more convenient and much more budget-friendly.
These collars come with a bow tie stitched onto their straps, and since the tie is incorporated into a collar's design, you shouldn’t have to worry about it coming loose or falling down mid-wedding. Plus, these products also come in a bunch of color options and patterns that can really add some pop to your furry pal’s look.
But before you go ahead and get a dog collar for your adorable fur monster, here are three features you should keep in mind while you’re shopping:
Both your new dog collar and its bow tie should be durable, and you can help ensure this by only buying products made of premium materials. Silk and cotton are great options if you're going for natural materials. If you're looking for synthetic materials though, polyester and nylon versions can also offer some extra durability. A durable collar shouldn’t tear, fray, or lose its color or shape after frequent wear or washes. And you can get a pretty good idea of how durable and long-lasting a collar is by going through some customer reviews.
Choosing softer materials, like polyester, nylon, and cotton can also help make sure a collar won’t cause your pooch discomfort. And you can further enhance your pup’s comfort by finding a product that provides a good fit.
Your new dog collar should also be easy to clean, so prioritizing machine-washable collars can be a very good idea. And you should always follow the care instructions provided by the manufacturer too, which should help ensure your new collar stays in tip-top shape.
With its four color options, the Lionet Dog Collar can be a must-have for almost any dog owner who loves playing dress-up with their paw pal. And whatever color you pick, you’ll get a chic, machine-washable collar. The bow can only be hand washed though, so be sure you remove it before chucking this accessory in the washer.
Both the bow tie and the collar are made of cotton, and this material is breathable, cool, and super comfortable. Plus, there’s a metallic D-ring at the end of the strap that’s been welded for some enhanced resistance to tugging and roughhousing. And just opposite the D-ring is a plastic buckle enclosure, which can provide some pretty effortless use.
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