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The Nauticollar American Flag Nylon Ribbon Dog Collar is a nautical dog collar for nautical dogs. Featuring a classic red, white, and blue American Flag design, this high quality collar is sure to make your patriotic pup the hit of any 4th of July Party. USA! USA! USA!
Nauticollar manufactures the premier line of nautical-themed dog collars and accessories. Imagine sitting on the dock, sipping a cool drink while you watch sailboats roll into the harbor for the night’s mooring. Sitting by your side is your ever-faithful, furry companion. Around their neck is a dog collar that is as scenic as the scene in front of you.
This scene is the inspiration behind Nauticollars ever-expanding line of Nautical-themed dog collars and accessories. We set out to design a product that was not only fashionable but was also rugged enough to survive your active, nautical lifestyle. We take pride in each of our Nauticollars and we hope that your dog will be just as proud to wear them.
This Nauticollar is what is known as a flat dog collar. According to The Humane Society of the United States (https://www.humanesociety.org/resources/dog-collars): Flat collars are “the standard collar for dogs. It has a buckle or plastic snap ("quick-release") closure and a ring for attaching identification tags and leash and is available in many colors and designs. A flat collar should fit comfortably tight on your dog's neck. It should not be so tight as to choke your dog nor so loose that they can slip out of it. The rule of thumb says you should be able to get two fingers underneath the collar.” Please refer to the sizing chart above for full sizing guidance.
Nauticollar collars are not designed to be used for tie outs. NEVER leave your dog unattended with a collar on. Always remove your dog’s collar before leaving them unattended in any situation. If you start to notice any significant signs of wear with your Nauticollar, discontinue use immediately. Nauticollars are designed for use with dogs only.
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