Different Dog Collars You Can Get Your Poodle; Choosing the Right One
You may think that there are only a few types of dog collars to choose from, but the truth is that there are many different types. They range in materials, shape, and size. Not all dogs will need the same type of collar and it’s important to find the one that suits your pup best!
Poodles can be difficult because they have long hair and their necks are small. It’s easy for them to get tangled up in a regular collar or choke themselves with a flat collar which is why we recommend using a harness instead!
Also, because poodles have a lot of hair, it can be easy for them to get dirt and water into their airways. The best dog collars for poodles come with an adjustable strap that will allow the dog enough room so they don’t overheat!
Here are some collars your pup might like best depending on their breed.
Pee pad holder (great if you live in cold climates): they are waterproof, machine washable and come with a clip for easy attachment
Martingale collar: this type of collar is great because it’s more flexible than most traditional collars. It offers the right amount of space to allow your pup to awkwardly turn their head or bend without snapping at his neck
Bandana/tie-on leash (great if you have multiple poodles!): these are so cute and perfect for all kinds of adventures! You can tie them on almost anything – coat hanger, belt loop, purse strap – which makes it super convenient when you’re in a hurry. Plus they make excellent gifts too!
Rabbit fur lined leather collar (hypoallergenic for sensitive skin) : these are perfect for poodles with sensitive skin. They’re made of high quality, soft leather that is easy to maintain.