Perfect for dogs, goats, pigs, sheep, and other free-range animals!!
Reflective stripe + your favorite webbing color = totally unique collar just for your special pooch!
Widths: 5/8", 3/4", or 1". Please note, the reflective strip is 1/2" wide on ALL collar widths.
Size & Width
Measure your dog's neck or current collar. Choose appropriate size range & width. **Listed size ranges may vary up to 1/2".
***DISCLAIMER*** Please be aware that these collars are designed to break away if caught. Lost collars may happen - but this means your pet is safe and the collar did its job. Refunds or replacements will not be given for lost collars.
The suitability of this type collar is the BUYER'S RESPONSIBILITY.
Mini Tag Ring
Upgrade any collar, harness, or leash with this mini D-ring (3/8" wide inside diameter) to hang your pet's tags from. Reduces tag-to-buckle jingling; keeps your tags from hitting the buckle, keeping your buckle looking newer, longer; and frees up space on your D-ring for your leash!
- Engraving tips & recommendations
- Size Charts & Collar Types
- Made to order with “perfect-fit adjustability”
- Fully adjustable
- Heavy duty nylon webbing & triple reinforced stitching
- Highest quality hardware and buckles
- Over 25 colors of webbing to choose from
- Meticulously handcrafted with strength and durability in mind
- Proudly made in the USA
- Machine washable
QUESTIONS & ANSWERSAsk a Question
I want to put some small steel bells on the breakaway colors. Is that just a waste of money because they will "breakaway" fairly easy. I do have one of these on one goat (collar only) and it hasn't broke in 6 months. These are Nubian goats. Also do you have bells for sale?
So long as the bells don't weigh more than a few ounces they should work as expected. If in doubt, we'd recommend getting one and testing it for your specific application. We only sell small 1/2" cat bells, found here: https://foxvalleydogcollars.com/products/add-on-jingle-bell
I am getting 3 little Nigerian dwarf goats. I'm concerned about them wearing collars that will get caught on something. Also, which part of the neck should I measure? Do you also sell harnesses? Thank you.
Measurements can be taken at the base of the neck where a collar would normally sit. See our measuring graphic above for more details.
We have harnesses available here: https://foxvalleydogcollars.com/collections/dog-harnesses