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Reflective Safety Dog Collar

Average grade 
From $23.99 to $25.99

Duraflect Safety Dog Collars offer high visibility day or night constructed of high quality nickel plated brass buckle, D-ring.

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Price: $23.99

Made of durable material, our Duraflect Safety Dog Collars offer high visibility in the field, remain pliable in cold weather, clean up quickly and will not hold dirt or scent. High visibility day or night constructed of high quality nickel plated brass buckle, D-ring.

Completely waterproof making this a great dog collar for swimming and water activities.

Made in the USA

Color: Orange

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Available SMALL TO LARGE & GIANT Dog Sizes (In Inches):

Breeds are listed as examples and are to be used for reference only.

Collars are measured from the middle of the buckle to the second adjustment hole from the end of the collar. This allows 2" of adjustment smaller and 1" larger.

Measuring Method #1:
Simply measure your dog's neck at the base with a measuring tape or string. Allow room to slip two fingers between the measuring tape or string and your dog's neck comfortably for the proper collar size. There is no need to add inches to the actual measurement of your dog's neck. The size of the dog's neck is the collar size needed. Use this number as your dog's NECK SIZE.

Measuring Method #2:
You can also use your dog's current collar measurement if it fits correctly. Just unbuckle the collar, lay it out flat and measure from the adjustment hole being used to the center of the buckle. We have found that this is usually the most reliable measurement to use. Use this number as your dog's NECK SIZE.

Width Fit Necks Collar Size Breed
1 13-19 16 Beagles, Greyhounds, Dalmatians, Boxers, Pitbulls, Huskies
1 19-25 22 Dobermans, Goldens, English Bulldogs, Huskies Great Danes

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