Custom dog collars :)

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  1. WackyJacki

    WackyJacki New Member

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    I make custom dog and cat collars in all sizes/widths and in several styles. Super strong and stylish! Okay, commercial over. LOL

    Custom Dog Collars

    Having a 20% off sale right now on all skulls/flames prints. Coupon code: SKULLS20

    :)
     
  2. ~Dixie's_Mom~

    ~Dixie's_Mom~ ♥Chloe & Violet♥

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    Wow, I LOVE them! I might have to order something for my new pup, Violet. :)
     
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    WackyJacki New Member

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    Awww, thank you! :)
     
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    SisMorphine Your Mom

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    Oh good lord don't TEMPT me with a skull collar sale!!!! I'm addicted to skull collars. COME ON NEXT PAYCHECK! HURRY UP!
     
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    Jules Magic, motherf@%$*#!

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    OMG! I *just* found out about your site and have to restrain myself... good lord, those are awesome collars!
     
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    jess2416 Who woulda thought

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    OMG @ the I'm with stupid print....

    LMAO LOVE It!!!!!!
     
  8. WackyJacki

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    LOL I love it too!! I *knew* I had to buy it as soon as I saw it (even though it was pricier than usual). I want to make one for my own dogs, but haven't decided which dog to make it for. lol
     
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    Beautiful collars! I'm VERY picky about collars and only rarely find ones I'd buy for my dogs, but I'm definately going to bookmark your site.
     
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    Thank you! :)
     
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    jrvl Performance Bostons

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    'Liked' on facebook! I'll have to buy a collar from you sometime. c:
     
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    darkchild16 We are Home.

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    The blue dots <3. How do I talk Jeremy into ANOTHER collar for sci LOL.
    Of course Walker can always use a nice one and Layla a martingale. Hmmmm the choices.

    Do you still have the fabric in your Double Bar example?
     
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    WackyJacki New Member

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    Yep, that is a 1.5" wide jacquard ribbon actually. In the example photo is has optional blue satin lining.

    Here's the link: Gray & Blue Mod Circles

    ;)
     
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    I didnt relize that was a ribbon LOL thanks.

    Just read your FB page when will you start embrodiary (sp?) being a ordering option? How much are you thinking about charging for it?
     
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    JessLough Love My Mutt

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    Would you be willing to make tiny collars? Like... 5 1/2 inches?
     
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    Wow, I LOVE them!

    Great, add to my collar obsession. ;)

    Bookmarked. Definitely be ordering from you in the NEAR future.

    Question -- I like the 3/4" width collars on my 16lb Yorkie but it seems whenever I order online, the hardware is too big and bulky, for my liking anyways. And the d-ring is sometimes too big too. How are your collars? Or would you suggest "adjustable slide" for a dog his size?

    Looooveee the Retro Cassette Tape fabric. Ever going to get that in 3/4".

    I'm going to look through the rest!
     
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    I am still working out the kinks, so while I hoped to have it available at the end of this month, it will still be a couple of weeks from now.

    I will likely charge in the $6-$7 range. :)

    There will be many fonts and many color choices available.

    @JessLough: Absolutely! I make teeny, tiny collars all the time for cats, Chis, Yorkies, etc. Just put the neck size in the comments section.

    @JacksonsMom: I absolutely recommend an adjustable slide for less bulk. I like a 1" on my Boston (she's also about 16lbs) and she always wears adjustable slides. My 3/4" D rings aren't bulky. :)

    I haven't found the retro cassettes fabric in a different width, but will certainly snatch it up if I do! It has been a big seller and I just love it! Such a fun print!
     
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    Cool! I will wait until then and your next sale because I have 2 to order. Which is stronger the adjustable slide or the double bar buckle?

    Also I need a martingale for training a beagle mix (33 lbs) which would you recommend?
     
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    They are pretty much equal in strength. I use an adjustable slide for my pit bull mix almost exclusively. :)

    For a beagle mix I would go with a 1" martingale. Anything wider will likely be a bit too bulky. I prefer loop martingales over chain ones, but that's just personal preference.
     
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    AgilityPup Agility freak!

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    The purple flame! <3 but Psyche can't wear collars... if you get into harnesses, let me know!
     

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