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Dog Collars for Halloween 2016

September 8, 2016 3:38:00 PM CDT

Dressing up with your family for Halloween is a cherished tradition that goes back hundreds of years. Whether you're a 6 year old going trick-or-treating or a 22 year old heading to a friend's party, everyone loves dressing up for Halloween.

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A Martingale For Dogs

February 20, 2015 12:00:00 AM CST

This Rhodesian Ridgeback can't back out of a Martingale.

If your dog pulls a disappearing act and leaves you and its collar behind, you need to know about a Martingale dog collar. It slips on with an easy over-the-head motion and stays put until you remove it. The two-loop design tightens if the dog tries to back out and loosens immediately once the struggling stops.

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The Big Deal About Small Breeds

January 22, 2015 11:50:53 AM CST

Large amount of cuteness in a small dog.

Small dog breeds continue to be popular because they are portable, cute, their messiness is somewhat relative to their size, and apparently, they tolerate clothes well.

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Dissecting Different Dog Collars

March 29, 2013 10:00:00 AM CDT

A standard dog collar made from ribbon.

Dog collars come in several designs with the four most popular being the standard collar, martingale, half-check, and choke. Each collar offers several different advantages and is used for different reasons.

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Exploring Paisley

February 22, 2013 1:58:00 PM CST

Green with blue paisley design adds a touch of beauty to a Martingale.

Paisley is one of our most popular patterns at Country Brook Design. The word Paisley brings to mind the Beatles, long skirts from the Summer of Love, and a popular country singer named Brad. It most recently gained prominence during the 2010 Winter Olympics, when the Azerbaijan team became known for their paisley pants.

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Patronize Pet Rescues

February 19, 2013 2:32:52 PM CST

Puppies waiting for their forever home.

Pets provide us with unconditional love, an extended and furry family member, and in many cases, much more than that. We have all seen service animals helping the blind, often called "seeing eye dogs." There are also charities that train dogs to help the deaf and those with psychiatric disorders. Cats are not as easily trainable as dogs, but they too can provide valuable services. One of my friends has a severe hearing loss, and I've seen her cat alert her to someone on the back porch whose presence she would not have otherwise noticed.

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Training Your New Puppy

January 11, 2013 10:50:50 AM CST

Dog training is part of being a dog owner. In the last ten years, Cesar Milan achieved fame as a dog trainer with a TV show called The Dog Whisperer, which he followed up with several best-selling books and training DVDs. Local obedience schools are available to help new dog owners learn to live well with their new canine family members. Cat people are amazed at the lengths that dog people have to travel to achieve a peaceful co-existence with a canine, but the work is well worth it.

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The Famous Martingale Collar

December 7, 2012 12:35:03 PM CST

Alexander the Great, Henry VIII, and Anne Boleyn were all proud greyhound owners. They were not able to benefit from the Martingale collar, though another famous Brit, J.K. Rowling, has adopted a greyhound. But whether it’s for a greyhound or just for training a new animal friend, the Martingale collar is a helpful tool in learning to live, work, and play with a canine companion.

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Thanksgiving Dog Collars

October 19, 2012 4:01:48 PM CDT

Thanksgiving dog collarsThere are many choices available when it comes to finding cute Thanksgiving dog collars to make your 4-legged family member a little more festive this time of year. Finding fun fashionable collars is easy to do thanks to the internet where your choices can easily triple compared to what you will be able to find in the stores. Some of the collars out there even provide fun things attached to them like feathers and others with pilgrim hats! This helps to make it a lot of fun if you have a couple dogs living with you and would like to have both of them dress up this year.

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Holiday Dog Collars

October 12, 2012 3:50:51 PM CDT

If you want to make your furry friend decorative this holiday season you need to purchase holiday dog collars. These collars are a lot of fun to add to the festivities in your home but they also help to make your dog truly part of the fun times in the home this year. If you are planning on getting family photos this year, having a cute collar on your family dog will really help to make them look extra special!

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