The Naked Dog Project
As well as others and consider ordering a
break away collar.
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Five things you can do to protect your dog
by Nancy Kerns
by Wendy Smith Wilson, DVM
Dogs getting injured or dying from playing and living with collars on is a reality. Since Gracie's death I have heard horror stories of dogs hanging themselves on fences, getting their collar or tags stuck in floor registers and deck board, and getting hurt or dying from playing.
Below are links to a few related articles on the subject. We need to continue this conversation—talk about the danger. It is an important message.