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    The only time they will be wearing those collars now are when we walk. There is no need to have them on in the yard.

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    Cava; Lol. Thats what I was thinking! Both my dogs don't have a tough look to them. I only bought the collars because I like them, not for a 'tough' thing. I was just saying 'tough' for fun. Just wanted to clear that up!

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    Lmao, Tahlz, I know that, just wanted to say even with the collars they still just look sweet and cute
    The greatness of a nation can be judged by the way its animals are treated.
    Mohandas Gandhi

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    o, I knew that, lol.

    Have you got any photos of your dogs? They look adorable.

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    Love the pics.

    And love the collars....do they make thoe in tiny size? I want one for Pippi LMAO

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    I particularly like the howling one, and the action wrestling shots.

    Duke wears a studded collar (not that big though!), and it can be a bit of a hazard, as he loves to lean against a wall and "slide" down against it to lay down. Hence, usually collar free in the house. But one time, he got excited in the yard, and hooked one on my leg as he ran past. I had the biggest bruise you ever saw - I kid you not, it lasted FIVE weeks. I was doing some howling of me own, believe me.

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    Thanks but Sadly Lala, they don't get any smaller I had to order the smallest size for Serenity and that was to big but it fit nicely when I put a extra hole in it so it wouldn't slip off.

    Thanks D-Dog! o, gosh, those spiked collars are a hazard! lol. That lasted 5 weeks!? o my gosh! That would have been one painful bruise. How big are his spikes?

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