Dog Accessories

From collars and leashes to stylish dog beds and sweaters, we’ve got lots of recos to keep your dog’s accessories on-trend.

Personalized Dog Tags For Pets: Identification For Your Dogs

Best Dog Tags

Jake loves moving around, and that jangle from his collar and ID tag keeps you up at night, so you decide to remove it. You take him on his walk the next morning and forget to put his name tag back on. No big deal, you’ve forgotten a hundred times. However, this time, Jake spots a rabbit and pulls hard enough to break free from your grasp. He’s on the loose, and the worst has happened, he’s out of your sight. Not only is your best friend lost, but he’s also tagless. If someone does find him, they won’t know how to get him back to you. That’s why it’s important for our dogs to always have their ID tags on them…

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The Dog Training Collar: Your Options

Curious Boston Terrier

Whether you’re trying to teach obedience, prevent excessive barking or help your dog learn their boundaries, these training collars may be able to help. There are 7 types of dog training collars which can help address an array of training needs. Each collar works differently, which means training will vary…

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How to Pick the Best Dog Collars and Leashes For Your Dog

Dog on leash

As much as you’d love for your pup to run wild and free like Lassie, it’s just not a smart risk to take. The key word here being risk, because no matter how well-behaved your pup is, there’s always the chance that he won’t heel when hollered for, or come when called. He could run off in play and lose his way home, or worse, dart into a busy street. That’s why a collar and a leash is a must for every pup. Before you decide, take a look at our collar and leash guide to find what combo fits you and your canine best…

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PetHub Reviews: More Information on One Tag

PetHub on dog with phone

Does your dog have an allergy that you want to include on her ID tag to keep her safe in case she gets away? Sadly, there’s not enough room on her current tag. PetHub tags may be a good solution for you. These tags allow you to include more information than the generic pet ID tag by connecting it with a scannable code to a web page. That way, if your pet goes missing, the person who finds your pet can be made aware of any important information and be able to contact you immediately to reunite you with your furry friend. But first, let’s find our more about how these tags work…

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Is the Citronella Dog Collar A Safer Alternative to Electric Shock?

Dog in Field

Citronella dog collars have been gaining in popularity ever since studies were released showing the negative psychological effects of electric shock collars on dogs. Furthermore, studies by the Animal Behavior Clinic at Cornell’s College of Veterinary Medicine suggest that citronella dog collars are even more effective than electric shock collars. The question we ask once again, however, is how humane, if at all, are these citronella dog collars?

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The Choke Collar: The Right Choice For You?

Puppy in Park on Leash

Choke collars are used in many of the same training situations as pinch collars, for the most part in maintaining composure outside the home and with aggressive dogs. Choke collars can be helpful with larger dogs or dogs with aggressive tendencies; again they should not be used on small or fragile necked breeds….

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The Pros and the Cons of an Invisible Fence Collar

Dog with Invisible Fence Collar

An invisible dog fence, also called an electric fence, is a wired fence placed underground. This creates an electrically charged boundary that keeps your pet within the confines of your yard without a physical fence. It is connected digitally to an invisible fence collar that the dog wears around its neck. So how exactly does an invisible fence work and what are its pros and cons?

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