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Taking good care of your pets when they explore the world is your responsibility. Choose the right gadgets to keep your companions close and safe.
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Frequently Asked Questions
Harness or Collar: Which One Is Better?
Dog collar has been used as a piece of training equipment for dogs several decades before now, while dog harness is getting more popular among dog owners in the current times. Both of them have their own advantages and disadvantages.

Collar is easy to wear and remove when going on a quick walk; it can easily hold ID tags on your dog’s neck; it may reduce the amount of physical strength required to direct the dog while walking; and it can be a permanent accessory for dogs.

Dog harness offers much more comfort and is more secure than collar. Your dogs will hardly escape while wearing a harness. It also ensures the leash doesn’t get caught under the dog’s legs. Dogs with tracheal collapse are better off with dog harnesses. Usually, harnesses are recommended for puppies that cannot walk on a leash yet.

Click to learn more about the differences between harnesses and collars. You can choose harness or collar according to your dog’s situation and your preference.
How Do You Choose the Right Size for Your Dog?
Once you choose between a collar or a harness, the next step is to select the right product. The most crucial step is to get the size right. For starters, learn how to measure your dog’s neck and chest, as this will help choose the right harness or collar. The best tool for that is a tape. Once you have a size, add one or two inches to the measured size to arrive at the perfect length that is not too loose or tight.

After receiving your harness or collar, wear it on your dog and fasten the buckles to ensure a proper fit. Check if it fits properly by using your fingers. You should be able to insert one finger between the harness or collar and your dog’s skin. The space should be for two fingers if you have large-breed dogs.
Why Should You Buy a Digital Id Tag for Your Pet?
The digital ID tag for pets is designed to hold relevant information about the pet and the owner, including the allergy history, habits, and other basic pet information, as well as the owner’s current contact. This information helps finders take care of the pet and facilitate their quick reunion with their families.

A dog wearing a collar with an ID, vaccination tags, and your contact information is more likely to be found and returned to the owner if they go missing. It is also helpful to microchip your dog and registers it with a database.

A GPS collar or collar attachment allows you to track your dog whenever and wherever, especially when it gets out. All of these devices contribute to your dog’s safety and your peace of mind.
When Can You Take Your Puppy to Dog Parks?
You can start taking your pups to dog parks right from when they are puppies, provided they are not younger than 17 weeks old. The age limit ensures your dog is protected from vaccinated diseases. You must wait at least two months after your dog’s first vaccine before taking them to the dog park. This is enough time for the vaccine to kick in and boost immunity.

For adolescent dogs, consider fenced parks for starters. Alternatively, you can use a long leash that allows for easier control. Teen dogs are perfect for dog parks. They could play all day with no leash. Your dog can release energy and make friends in this way. What’s more, it is an excellent opportunity to make your dog socialize.