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Our monogrammed and embroidered dog collars give you the opportunity to customize them with at least 20 characters. That means there’s room for your pet’s name and a phone number.
Having that important information right on the collar makes it easy to see. Some pet parents also like that they don’t need an informational pet tag dangling from the collar. This information will help a stranger bring your four-legged friend home in the event they ever become lost. Pretty neat, right?
Which is better - a metal or plastic side release buckle?
Embroidered dog collars are a great choice if you’re looking for an adjustable collar for your dog. You can order a specific size and also adjust for a perfect fit, which is an advantage when you’ve got a growing puppy at home.
Truth is, it’s all about preference when it comes to our buckles. Metal buckles are heavier, which is why they’re offered on certain products. Our plastic buckles are military grade and the most durable, but the metal buckles have a more polished look to them. Side-release buckles are a great option for pet parents that want an easy way to put on and take off their dog's collar.
Embroidered and Made in the USA
All our custom embroidered dog collars are handcrafted in the USA. We’re proud of the work we do with American companies and the quality of the collars we’re able to provide because of it. When shopping for your embroidered collar, you can choose one with direct embroidery or two-ply construction.
Directly embroidered collars feature embroidery thread in a contrasting color to the nylon webbing color of your choice. Two-ply construction collars feature a stylish ribbon on which your information is embroidered, then attached to the collar material selected. This type of construction hides the back of the embroidery and adds extra protection to prevent the embroidery thread from unraveling.
So you’ve decided to purchase an embroidered or monogrammed collar, but which one do you pick? We like to find the answer by first recognizing what qualities are most important to you.
Does your dog love the water?
If your dog gets in some serious lake time on a regular basis, you might want to look at one of the choices that are water repellant, such as our canvas personalized dog collars and the tweed personalized dog collars. We recommend that water-loving dogs stay away from suede collars.
Do you take walks at night?
If you and your dog are hitting the pavement in the dark, we suggest the embroidered reflective personalized dog collar. It has a reflective strip that runs through the collar, which is customizable with your choice of color and thread. Plus, this collar (like many other embroidered products we carry) has a matching leash to complete your safe and stylish look.
Is your dog a puller?
Our embroidered martingale collars might be a great match for your pup. The martingale collar functions to make walks as comfortable as possible. When your dog is resting, the martingale collar sits loosely around their neck, but when it’s time for a walk and they begin to pull, the martingale will tighten to give you more control and prevent your dog from escaping their collar. Customers love our martingale collars because they are adaptable and comfortable in any situation.
Is your pup a fan of patterns, or a simple solid colors dog?
We have solid color options in nylon, canvas, leather, suede or tweed. Each of these material types are available in many colors, several of which allow for complete customization with your choice of a primary collar color, accent color, and embroidery thread color. If you’d rather mix it up a bit with a pattern, we’ve got you covered. Our catalog holds a number of exciting designs including striped collars with trendy color combinations, digital camo patterns, MAYA patterns, holiday themes, and superhero insignia. Happy shopping, indeed!
Easy to read, even easier to clean.
Because of the soft material these collars are made of, they will get a little dirty with extended use. Luckily, they’re easy to wash. Toss it in the washing machine with the rest of your laundry and let it air dry. So if your dog likes to roll in the mud, swim in ponds, or indulge in any other messy activity you can rest easy knowing their collar won’t be ruined.
For even more information on caring for your nylon dog collar, check out our blog post: "Nylon Collar Care"
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