Houston, Texas (PRWEB) December 31, 2012

Funny Fur, a leading online and Houston luxury pet boutique, is celebrating National Pet Travel Safety Day on January 2nd and all month long with a sale on pet car safety products, travel pet accessories and travel pet carriers. With hopes to raise public awareness of the need for pet travel safety, Funny Fur will be showcasing travel products and tips throughout January on social media sites Twitter, Facebook, and on their blog, La La Doggy.

“Many pets are severely injured or perish in car accidents because owners are unaware of the potential dangers of an unsecured pet or they just think they are careful drivers and dismiss the thought of getting into a car accident. But accidents happen everyday and many times it’s the fault of another careless driver.” Says Karen Clark, Funny Fur Associate. “The only thing to do is protect yourself, your family and your pets from potential injury as well as possible. Investing in a pet travel safety product is investing in your pet’s life.”

There are many pet products available that can prevent car-related injuries. Special dog harnesses with seatbelt attachments or backseat tethers are great for large dogs. They allow them to be safe and secure, while offering pets the space and comfort they need on car trips. Options for small dogs include a secured pet crate or car booster seats with safety tethers. Many travel pet carriers also convert into car seats with seat belt attachments. Funny Fur also offers a product called the Backseat Barrier, which prevents pets from jumping into the front of the car and distracting the driver, and should an accident occur, prevents them from hitting or going through the windshield. As an added bonus, many car safety products also act as a seat cover, protecting your car’s interior against dirt, pet hair and damage.

Learn about pet safety while traveling this January with Funny Fur. Log onto their website and social media sites for product info, travel tips and special discounts on pet travel gear all month long.

About Funny Fur

Funny Fur is a luxury pet boutique dedicated to helping pet owners find everything they fancy with convenience and ease, all in one place, for their stylish dogs. Happy dogs and their smitten pet parents dig there for fashion forward designer dog apparel and clothes, one of a kind doggy couture wear, fashionable pet carriers, designer dog accessories, collars & harnesses, eco-friendly grooming & spa care, novelty dog toys, handmade pet jewelry, organic dog treats, pet furniture, premium and all natural & holistic pet foods and treats, and other fabulous dog gifts and goodies. "At Funny Fur, you can turn your pup into a prince or princess. Everything dog, everyday™. Happy pets dig here™. And that's the way we like it." Funny Fur contributes to local animal rescues and other non-profit organizations dedicated to the wellness of animals.

Clarence, New York (PRWEB) November 15, 2011

USABirdSupply.com offers bird gift ideas for the winter months ahead. Climate changes are affecting birds and where they winter. According to Audubon analyses, many species are moving north to winter, reflecting global warming. Purple Finches and Wild Turkeys have moved 400+ miles north in the last 40 years, while the Marbled Murrelets, Ring-Billed Gulls, Red-Breasted Mergansers, and Spruce Grouse have moved 300-360 miles north. Pine Suskins, Fox Sparrows, Boreal Chickadees and House Finches have moved 250+ miles north.

However, some species are not moving north, to their detriment, as their habitat becomes drier. This includes the burrowing owl, the meadowlark, whose population has declined 72% in the last 40 years, the vesper sparrow and generally grassland species.

Living in Southern California, Florida, or the Southern US, winter might mean swing temperatures from the low 40’s to 70’s. In the northern part of the US, the winter means very cold weather and snow.

USABirdSupply.com Offers 10 Bird Gift Ideas For Winter

1. Winter Shelters – Picture blowing wind, horizontal snow, bitter cold and weighing less than one ounce. Placing winter shelters facing south ideally under eaves, in a safe area from predators and protected from the wind and heavy snowfalls can provide huddled birds warmth and protection from the environment. USABirdSupply.com offers winter shelters for birds and is a great gift.

2. Winter Roosting Boxes– Roosting boxes allow small birds to huddle together for warmth. They differ from a bird house in that the hole is at the bottom rather than the middle or top to reduce heat loss. They also have perches inside allowing many birds to huddle. Place the box facing south, in a protected area, safe from predators and relatively close to feeders. Hang out nesting materials and the birds will stuff them inside the box for additional warmth. Chickadees, wrens, titmice, and woodpeckers will use a roosting box. The box should be about 12 feet off the ground. A metal or slate guard around the hole will help deter squirrels. After the holidays, Christmas trees can be placed outside for a shelter as well.

3. Heated Bird Baths – Birds require fresh water for drinking and bathing year round. A heated bird bath or heating element placed in an existing bird bath will encourage birds to frequent feeders as they will have access to both food and water. While birds do eat snow, it reduces their body heat. USABirdSupply.com offers pedestal as well as deck- EZ-tilt heated bird baths. In the warmer US regions, having a bird bath year round near feeders provides an ideal bird watching environment.

4. Suet - Suet is a high energy food with a high fat content that helps keep birds warm. Having a window suet feeder, hanging suet feeder or suet log is essential for winter bird feeding. There are numerous varieties of suet including hot pepper. The hot pepper taste deters squirrels but not birds. Chickadees, nuthatches, blue jays as well as woodpeckers will be attracted to suet. Bluebirds, warblers, kinglets, titmice, and wrens prefer suet with small seeds. USABirdSupply.com offers a wide variety of suet feeders and types of suet.

5. Bird Seed – Seeds with high fat or oil content provide energy and should be selected based on the types of birds that winter in your area. These would include black oil sunflower seeds, nyjer, white millet, and peanuts. To reduce waste and have no-mess, buy hulled seeds in the winter.

6. Striped vs. Oil Sunflower Seeds – Oil sunflower seeds have more oil than striped sunflower, are smaller and have a thinner shell which is easier to open. Striped sunflower seeds are larger with a thicker shell. While most birds such as cardinals, chickadees, nuthatches, titmice and blue jays eat either type, sparrows and blackbirds have a harder time opening striped sunflower seeds.

7. Feeder Placement - Ground Feeders for southern areas that do not have snow in the winter attract juncos, brown thrashers, towhees, and sparrows. In areas with more challenging winters, the bird feeders should be placed out of the wind and should have the area beneath them cleaned of snow so the ground feeders can eat. Hopper and platform feeders attract cardinals, blue jays, chickadees, and titmice.

8. Cleaning Feeders And Bird Baths Before Winter – Before it gets too cold, clean and sterilize the feeder to reduce mold and get rid of old seed. Use gloves and a stiff brush. Feeders should be cleaned once a month. To clean the feeder there are several methods: one part bleach to nine parts hot water, mild unscented dish detergent in solution, or 4 parts water to 1 part white vinegar. Scrub and rinse thoroughly. Fill when completely dry. The same ratios can be used for bird baths. Also clean the area below feeders with a broom or shovel and hose down. There are also long cleaning brushes and easy-clean tube feeders with removable bottoms. USABirdSupply.com offers cleaning brushes, easy clean tube bird feeders, and bottled bird bath and bird house cleaners.

9. Bird Feeder Rain Guards – Rain guards, which in some cases double as a squirrel baffle, protect tube feeders which do not have a cover over feeding ports. Guards help with rain (in warmer regions) and snow in colder areas.

10. Squirrel Proof Feeders and Baffles - Using hot pepper suet and red cayenne/hot pepper in feed helps deters squirrels (but not birds). Squirrel proof feeders come in a variety of styles—weight activated, tube feeders in wire cages, and battery operated feeders that flip, tip and whip squirrels off the feeder. Safflower, nyjer seed and natural and hot pepper suet are not favorites of squirrels. Baffles can also be effective for feeders and when mounted on top protects the seed from rain and snow.

USABirdSupply.com is Located in Clarence, NY Outside Buffalo And Offers Over 1100 Bird Products Including Squirrel Proof Feeders, Hummingbird Feeders, Purple Martin Houses & Gourds, Bird Feeders, Bird Houses, Bird Baths, Garden Art, Bat & Owl Houses, Garden Flags, Butterfly Feeders, Live Mason Bees, and Honey Bee Supplies.

Dog doors are made to give access to your pet dogs. It gives freedom to your animal to enter and exit the house. Also, it gives you your time to rest, play and do chores without your dog bothering you to take him outside or making scratches at your dog or wall.

These doors are sturdy to accommodate large sizes of animal. Even so, this door provides the same function of a pet door to your large friends. Dog doors are made to all kinds of breeds. May it is from the smallest one to the extra large dog breeds, it is made to provide the same function to your pet dog.

Extra large dog doors are created for the extra larger breeds of pet animals. With these breeds, pet owners sometimes worry that the animal will destroy every pieces of furniture inside the house. Knocking for about just anything on their way is really possible because of their large size.

Chances are you'll end up making expenses on replacing your broken furniture. On these cases, extra large dog doors can prevent dogs from access inside a room.

For example, if you have costly furniture in the living room or have expensive rugs and statues on the study room, you can actually keep your best friend out of these rooms.

Choosing your dog door once your pet dog has grown to its full size is important. The fitting of your extra large dog would suit him best if you provided not just a large pet door but the bigger one.

Although dog doors come in standard size, ensuring that the opening is completely larger than your dog will provide comfort to them. Also, they won't get bruised or scratched once they passed through the dog door if the fitting of your dog door is right.

How to Determine Your Pet Size?

1. Get a measuring tape and measure your pet from the top of the shoulders to the chest, just behind the front legs.

2. Get his width to determine the size of the opening for your dog door.

3. Also, measure your dog's height from belly to ground. This will determine how high the dog gate should be installed for your dog to pass comfortably without crawling.

4. If you have plenty of pet dogs, get the measurement of the largest one since the door should be big enough to accommodate all of them. If you are concern with the security of your small pets then install a separate dog door for them.

Magnetic and electronic pet doors are some of the latest dog doors which can be favorable to use for your extra large pet dogs available in the market. Electronic dog door works by opening only when it senses your dog near it.

It can only sense your pet dog if it wears a collar with a sensor chip attached to it. Magnetic dog doors, on the other hand, offer more security. Not only does it open once it senses your dog collar but it also automatically lock once the flap closed.

We have our own preferences in owning a pet animal. Owning a dog is not just restricted to owning small dogs or toy dogs like Maltese and Terriers. Some owns the extra-larger breeds like Rottweilers.

If dog doors serve as security to your small pet dogs and their puppies, then their function doesn't stop there.

The same function also serves for your extra large best friend. The only difference is the door size. Extra large dog doors are much better to use than chaining your door or locking them up to their kennels.

Everyone likes to watch birds at a feeder. Who can resist the sight of a black and white chickadee extracting the kernel from a sunflower seed? Or the delicate beauty of a bright yellow goldfinch perching at the feeder? But there is one group of bird watchers who particularly enjoy watching life at the feeder.

Nursing home residents around the country get tremendous pleasure from watching birds. In West Virginia, residents benefit from the dozens of feeders built by the states Nursing Home Bird Feeder Project. Voluntary contributions by Kansas state income tax payers support wildlife projects through the states Chickadee Checkoff Program. The nursing home program has given hundreds of bird feeders to nursing homes in Kansas.

An Ohio grade school builds feeders for nursing homes and donates them as holiday gifts. Local hardware stores donate the supplies, making this a real community project. A chain of stores that sells wild bird products offers bird feeder recycling: anyone who brings in an old feeder gets a discount on a new feeder. Store staff clean up the recycled feeders and give them to nursing homes, along with a five-pound bag of food.

In fact the feeders are so popular at some homes, residents organized bird watching clubs to learn more about the birds and share their enthusiasm with others. They invite local bird watchers to give talks about birds and show slides of the bird watching trips. In turn, local bird watching clubs invited residents to join their bird watching trips. An increasing number of accessible trails and viewing platforms make bird watching possible even for people in wheelchairs. And for those people whose mobility limitations restrict them to the car, who says you cant watch birds from the car?

Several nursing homes have extended the bird-friendly facilities to include bird hoses and birdbaths. At one nursing home, residents decorate houses for bluebirds and purple martins.

Hummingbird feeders are perhaps the most popular type of feeder. Slender translucent red tubes contain sugar water, which the tiny birds sip. Suction cups attach tube feeders to windows, so people can enjoy the quick movements of the colorful hummingbirds even from their beds.

Nursing home managers recognize the definite advantages of attracting birds to their residences. Bird feeders bring the dynamic natural world into the slower world of the nursing home. The colors, movements, and sounds of birds appeal to the senses. Bird identification stimulates the mind and provides opportunity for sharing and discussion. For those who are able, filling and cleaning the feeders are useful and rewarding tasks.

Giving to and taking care of others is a precious part of life. Taking care of the birds helps residents feel part of the flow of life, a feeling that too often gets lost in places like nursing homes and hospitals. Bird feeders give pleasure to nursing home residents and residents give sustenance to the birds--a true win-win situation. The new trend of installing bird feeders at nursing homes brings new meaning to the phrase, Its for the birds.

With a little imagination and very little effort, you can transform your backyard into a natural habitat for birds. Whether you're an avid birdwatcher, or simply want to invite nature a little closer to your home, birdfeeders put down the welcome mat for our avian friends.

According to the Audubon Society (www.audubon.org), a bird feeder comes in one of four basic designs. Ground feeders are flat and open, have a screened bottom, and rest off the ground and should be situated ten feet from nearby trees or bushes so that birds can fly away from any predators. Ground feeders can be made squirrel proof by utilizing wire mesh over the bird feeder.

Tube birdfeeders are cylindrical in shape and typically have openings that allow birds to access the seeds. They should be hung off the ground and, for maximum enjoyment, near a window so that family members can witness the wild birds that come to visit.

Suet and hopper bird feeders are typically shaped like houses. A suet bird feeder, made for wild birds that peck at the seed mixed into the suet, is usually hung, while a hopper bird feeder can either be hung or placed on a post for easy access by wild birds. A hopper bird feeder contains a large quantity of seed, which is released when the wild bird steps on the feeder trigger. Hopper birdfeeders attract both small and large birds, including the cardinal.

Unlike the tube and hopper birdfeeders, the thistle bird feeder is designed with very small holes, allowing only small-beaked finches to access the food. Thistle birdfeeders should be hung, and can be made squirrel proof.

The Audubon Society also provides helpful tips on making your backyard friendly to hummingbirds by populating it with humming bird feeders. They suggest that you use several humming bird feeders and fill each with sugar water, being careful to avoid using red food coloring and honey. In addition, you should change the solution in the humming bird feeder weekly, or more often in hot weather.

It is certainly possible to make your own bird feeders, but there are several great birdfeeders available on the market, including those made by Droll Yankee, Opus, Woodllink, and Duncraft.

To get the most out of your bird watching experience, the Audubon Society suggests that you utilize several different types of bird feeders and that you place them at various heights and locations. In this way, you will attract a wide variety of wild birds. In addition, be sure that your efforts to create a backyard habitat don't harm the birds you are trying to attract. Keep birdfeeders three feet away from windows to avoid collisions, and make sure to keep your cat indoors.

Many people like to experience the great outdoors and take a short camping break. That way, you can commune with nature, see many things you would otherwise miss out on and relax and recharge your batteries. Camping trips are also great family bonding times. Often, though, one member of the family is missing from these camping trips: your beloved pet dog. This doesn't have to be the case. You can save yourself kennel fees and take your pet with you with outdoor dog beds.

Camping is a great way to relax and unwind. What could be better on a warm summer night than to lie back and sleep under the stars? But a camping trip just wouldn't be the same without your beloved dog, would it? So, where is he going to sleep under this star-spangled sky? On one of the comfortable and waterproof outdoor beds that are available, of course.

If you are out camping with your dog, as well as taking a comfortable, padded bed bag for yourself, you need to spare a thought for your pet. He needs to be comfortable too. Outdoor dog beds are as great for taking camping as they are for lying out on your porch or in your backyard. They can be easily packed into the trunk when you set off on your camping adventure.

It can be somewhat difficult to find outdoor dog beds and they can cost a little more than other beds, but they are worth it. You can find them discounted too, in some places, so they are good to look out for. They come in all manner of shapes and sizes, so they can be found for even the largest or smallest dogs, and even in luxury options, if you wish to camp out in style! Some outdoor dog beds are even orthopedic which are not only useful for any unexpected cold snap on a camping trip, but also great for if you need your dog to sleep outside at home.

So, if you are planning on going camping or want your dog to sleep outdoors, look out your options in outdoor dog beds. There are several things you need to bear in mind, of course:

What makes good outdoor dog beds?

First, they need to be waterproof. Even the best of climates gets some unexpected rain and you don't want your dog bed ruined by a sudden shower. Also, with an outdoor bed, it is more likely to get dirtier quite quickly. Stain resistance is important, as is the ability to wash both the cover and the cushions, so look for outdoor dog beds with removable covers and if possible, cushions which can also be machine laundered.

Apart from these factors specific to out dog beds, all the old rules still apply, so that your dog is comfortable and will get maximum benefit from the bed. It must be large enough for your dog and it also must be sturdy so your dog will not break it by circling before sleep, padding at the sides or even chewing at it. This is probably more important if you have a large dog. Also still important is the look of the outdoor dog beds. Make sure you get one that blends in well with the look of the area you want to keep it at home so you will not resent it being there and your dog will feel comfortable using it. That way, it won't only come out for use on your occasional camping trips!


Dogs wag their tails to show us they are happy around us. But licking? Is it necessary to cover us in saliva? It seems like a natural instinct for dogs to jump up to their owner and lick all over their arms and face. If you have guests in the house, not all seem alright with this excessive licking. Some 'dog people' think of it as a way to express love and affection. For some licking is plain nuisance. So, why do dogs lick? Well, you will be surprised to learn the reason behind this slobbery behavior of your pet pooch.

Reasons Why Dogs Lick People

You may have often wondered why do dogs lick your face and ears? The main reason for why do dogs lick your face is for cleaning. Dogs love to lick themselves clean. They use the same instinct to clean you too. They think cleaning and washing your face is their most solemn duty and other than your protection, your cleanliness is their job too.

Another reason why dogs lick people is because it is part of the dog behavior they learn as a pup. The mother licks her puppies to clean up bits of placenta from her newborns. This is a part of dog grooming that not only cleans her pups, but also stimulates bonding. The mother shows her affection to her pups by licking. This also helps in increasing the blood circulation and digestion in the little puppy body. This licking stimulates maternal instinct and affection. Thus, maybe the dog is trying to show its affection to his human friend with his excessive licking.

When pups lick their mother's face, it is a way to stimulate her to regurgitate the food she ate. This regurgitated food is a good snack for hungry pups. Maybe this is one of the reason why dogs lick your face (well, I hope not!).

A dog may lick you, if his instincts tell him you are sad. Just to liven up your spirits he will lick you. You may feel a bit ticklish and give out a million dollar smile. That is what a dog wants, isn't it? For you to be happy at all times. This is what makes them man's best friend.

Attention with a capital A - this can be one important reason as to why dogs lick people excessively. The dog seeks attention and there is no better way to get it than to stick their tongue on your face and bare arms. Or maybe they love the taste of your salty skin or the lotion you applied. Maybe you did not clean your mouth properly after eating a delicious ice cream cone. The dog loves the taste and thinks it is his job to help you clean up properly.

An adult dog may lick for a few other reasons. Dogs are pack animals. They tend to follow the alpha male of the pack. The one who proves to be dominant in the pack commands respect. The other dogs may show their respect and submission by licking. The same thing applies to a pet dog. He may look up to his human owner as the alpha male and lick as a sign of submission to his human commands. Also, licking helps the dog pick up a lot of information about the human. You see, there are sweat glands on our skin. When we sweat we unknowing send out signals along with the salt, water, other waste products along with chemical signals (hormones). The dog licks you and gets information that helps him understand whether the human is happy, sad or afraid.

One should always look out for compulsive licking. A dog who continuously licks and grooms himself may indicate sign of stress or dog health problem. The dog may be suffering from separation anxiety, if you are leaving him alone for long hours or some close family member leaves. Upsetting a routine may also lead to compulsive licking. Injury or lesion of the skin may cause the dog to lick continuously. An anxious dog may lick himself, the furniture around the house, even you excessively. The best way to solve this problem is find out what is disturbing your dog. If it is an injury or illness, take him to a veterinarian for further treatment. Separation anxiety in dogs maybe treated with some more care and affection. You can speak to a vet to prescribe medications that will help the dog overcome his anxiety problem.

Licking is a part of dog behavior. Not many people have a problem with it. However, to discourage licking you may show displeasure by saying 'Eeewweee' or 'Dirty'. You may also use the usual 'bad dog' phrase to show the dog you don't appreciate licking. Most dog breeds are eager to please their human friends and will eventually refrain from licking. One more thing that owners dislike about licking is bad breath in dogs. If your dogs breath is really, really unbearable, he may need the vet's help. It may be a sign of dental decay or plaque build up in your dog's mouth. Dental care for dogs is as important as other dog health problems.

Look for attractive freshwater fish and you will definitely find goldfish leading the most preferred list. Taxonomically classified under the carp family, its scientific name is Carassius auratus auratus. Other aquarium fish belonging to the same family are crucian carp and koi carp. More than 500 goldfish are identified, of which some are popularly reared as pets in aquariums. In terms of variation in color, you cannot believe the diversity of goldfish.

Different Goldfish Types

Native to east Asia, goldfish is probably one of the first fish known to be domesticated in garden ponds and fish tanks for recreation purposes. Till today, it is the most sought-after aquarium fish. Thanks to the advances in selective goldfish breeding, today we can choose pet goldfish from so many varieties. Given below is a list of different goldfish types, which you can consider keeping in garden ponds and aquariums.

Common Goldfish: The common goldfish lacks fancy features and is more or less similar to the wild carp, from which the common type is bred commercially. Unlike the ancestral carp, it is found in white, yellow, golden orange, and red. Most of the other fancy types of goldfish are bred from common goldfish.

Black Moor: As the name signifies, black moor goldfish is blackish in color. In recent times, more black moor varieties with variant colors (white, red, calico, bronze, lavender, chocolate) have been developed. Some of them have prominent eyes that protrude out from the head. Such black moor goldfish are also referred to as telescope goldfish.

Bubble Eye Goldfish: A small fancy variety of goldfish, the bubble eye possesses an unusual pair of eyes that point upwards. These eyes are surrounded by fluid filled sacs that resemble bubbles. The sacs, when punctured regrow with time. In aquariums, they should be kept with mild temperament fish.

Comet Goldfish: With a long and deeply forked tail, the comet goldfish is the most frequently kept aquarium fish in the United States. The body shape of comet is similar to the common variety, except that the former is smaller in size and slimmer. Comet goldfish comes in white, yellow, orange, red, and red mixed with white color.

Fantail Goldfish: Fantail goldfish is the oldest breed found in shades of orange and red, which is still reared as pets. It has a very long quadruple caudal fin that accounts to about 33 percent of the total body length. The ryukin goldfish is bred from fantail type. It can be identified from the hump in the shoulder and a quadruple caudal fin.

Lionhead Goldfish: The lionhead goldfish is a fancy variety having a prominent hood over the head and fat cheeks. The short and arched body of lionhead goldfish lacks dorsal fins. It comes in a wide range of pure and mixed colors. Another goldfish type, ranchu is bred from lionhead goldfish.

Oranda Goldfish: The characteristic features of oranda goldfish are the presence of a hood like structure above the head and quadruple tail. The fleshy head growth completely encloses the head, except the mouth and eyes. Oranda is available in shades of white, silver, orange, red, red mixed with white or black, bronze, chocolate, blue, and black.

Pearlscale Goldfish: Characterized by presence of thick and dome-shaped scales (like pearls), pearlscale goldfish body is very short, egg-shaped, and resembles a golf ball. It comes in a wide range of colors. Its fins are identical with fantail variety. Any variant of pearlscale having a head growth is known as crown pearlscale.

Pompom Goldfish: You can easily identify pompom (or pompon) goldfish from the two loose fleshy outgrowths located on each side of the head (in between the nostrils). Based on the particular breed, a pompom may or may not have dorsal fins. It also comes in color combination of white, silver, orange, red, and black colors.

Easy to care and graceful with long fins and tail, there is hardly any other freshwater fish that is as variable as goldfish. Apart from aquariums and garden ponds, introducing different types of goldfish to stagnant water bodies help control mosquito breeding. Though it is fascinating to watch

pet goldfish in bowls, never keep them in such a confined space. Rather, you can let your pet enjoy a spacious environment in aquariums or ponds. With correct goldfish care tips and attention, you can enjoy watching this golden beauty for as long as 10 years.

The spiked dog collar can be guaranteed to be looked at as one of the most sought after types of dog collars out there, and so if you are trying to decide on a dog collar for your own dog, then you will absolutely want to at least consider the thought of a spiked dog collar. The spiked dog collar is used for more than just protection, but it looks good as well, and many people put a spiked dog collar on their dog, especially if it is a tougher breed.

This means pit bulls and rottweilers, for instance, as these are tougher breeds of dogs, and so a collar such as the spiked dog collar would work well on them. However regardless of what breed your dog is, you can still get spiked dog collars for them, and so you certainly do not have to think that just because your dog is not a tough looking dog that they cannot wear this type of collar or that it would not look right on them, because this is absolutely not true.

Where you can go to get one

If you are now interested in getting one and want to know where you can go to search for one, then you can really be rest assured because there are many varied options that are available to you here. One in particular is Morrco, which is a wonderful family owned and operated business, which has been in business long enough to gain an incredibly respected reputation.

As well, they have an incredibly wide and vast selection to choose from, and this includes that of the following: dog collars, dog muzzles, dog harnesses, dog name and ID tags, dog leads and leashes, dog leash couplers, dog grooming supplies, stainless pet bowls, dog tie outs, dog boots, dog training products, dog treats and chews, and much more.

They are truly one of the best options among all others when it comes to finding spiked dog collars, and their selection and pricing is truly so great that you really don't have to worry about going anywhere else. Not only will you be able to find spiked dog collars here, but as well you will be able to find anything else that you may need for your dog, and this makes the process that much more convenient and reasonable, which is all the more reason why you should check it out.