Our Quick-Klip dog collars are made with sturdy, thick Dura-Ruff® nylon that looks good and protects your pup for a lifetime - guaranteed! These collars are easier than a buckle on your fingers because of its interlocking, spring-action closure. Based on same design as U.S. Coast Guard-approved life jacket closures. Locks and unlocks easily, but ONLY when you want it to. Quick-Klips are guaranteed for life not to break or come open on their own.
Sizing (Quick-Klip Style)
Measure your dog's neck circumference at its highest point. This neck measurement is the collar size.
Personalized Dog Collars - Get your Dura-Ruff collar personalized. Add your dog's name, phone number or other information to these extremely durable collars. Our embroidered lettering is permanently stitched (not stamped). Each is monogrammed in white thread with anywhere from 12 to 26 characters, depending on collar size.
Personalization: Please allow 2-3 additional business days for personalization of items before your order is shipped. For customers choosing air service, which includes 1 day air, 2 day air, or expedited, please allow 1 additional business day for personalization.
Please specify color and size.
Pair your collar with a matching lead (sold separately). Dura-Ruff Collars are also available in Traditional Buckle style!
||# of Characters
|9" to 13"
|14" to 23"
|20" to 30"
Hand wash your collar when soiled, or spot clean with a pet-formulated stain/spot remover such as CleanAway. Simply spritz CleanAway on the collar, and allow its enzymes and "good" bacteria to digest the stain and odor until it is gone permanently.
Introducing your dog or puppy to a collar and lead
Taking the time to properly introduce your puppy to the collar and lead sets the stage for teaching your puppy the basic elements of obedience. The goal is to have your puppy accept a collar and lead calmly, without resistance. Collars should be introduced to your puppy right away. Don't be concerned if he initially scratches at it or shakes his head. Though he may resist wearing a collar, soon he won't even notice it's on.
A collar should rest high on your pet's neck without fitting too loosely. It should be snug with enough room to fit two fingers between your pet's neck and collar. For your pet's safety, the collar should not be loose enough to slip over his head, but not so tight as to restrict breathing or cause coughing.