Collars and my boy!!

Great. I hadn't thought about this before, but I think I need to get some collars with bells on it for my new Patterdale Terrier pup. He will wear that when we go hunting with him. That might be the only way I find him that or some type of GPS collar. They will go into the hole to grab its prey.

  • Hello, everybody!!

    I have updates to write about but I'm actually here because of collars. All of us have dogs with big necks and Alphonse's is about 24" right now and still growing! I found a woman who travels around Turkey and brings collars back to the US. She has traditional wolf collars (very cool) and other handmade collars made for LGDs and any other dog with a thick neck. I got three for $60 and they are very thick and durable and I love them. All three of mine have evil eye beads on them--I love it. He wears the collar with the bells on it whIle we hike and the regular ones in our regular life. She only has a few left and I may even buy more because where else could I get handmade leather collars of that size for so cheap??

     

    P.s.

    Look at how big he's getting :')

    • Great. I hadn't thought about this before, but I think I need to get some collars with bells on it for my new Patterdale Terrier pup. He will wear that when we go hunting with him. That might be the only way I find him that or some type of GPS collar. They will go into the hole to grab its prey.

      • She said she has some smaller ones but maybe not that small. She's fascinated by rural farmers with livestock guardian dogs--mostly anatolians. She brings back rugs and other crafts but she also brings back old books on shepherding and traditional collars for bigger dogs. The bells help so that we don't startle anyone and I can hear that he is staying with me while we hike in the woods.

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