About Sylvan & Sons Dog Collars and Pet Collars
Our dog collars are the best you can buy because we love our dogs and we know you love your dogs too. We don’t want anything less than the best for our fur kids and we believe that you feel the same. If you’d like to see a video about us, and our products, please click this link, American Made Dog Collars.
We’re picky, and fussy about our quality of our collars for dogs because we really care. In fact we’re so passionate about the design and quality of our pet collars, that we offer a 100% satisfaction guarantee that’s even good for chew damage! How can we do that? Because we are absolutely certain that you’re going to love the look and the quality of your pet collar and that you’ll be fully satisfied with the performance and beauty.
Our adjustable dog collars come in sizes to fit every dog, from tiny puppies collars to huge breeds. Our smallest dog collars feature lightweight materials, hardware and buckles sized specifically for tiny dogs. Our medium and large size pet collars offer sturdy hardware and webbing constructed for strength and durability.
Of course we offer leashes to match all of our dog collar designs and many patterns are available in matching harnesses as well.
Selection, durability and beauty are all yours with a Sylvan & Sons designer dog collar.
How to fit your Adjustable Dog Collar – And Sizing Help
To select the correct collar size, measure your dog's neck. Please don't measure their current collar, or use the stated size from your current collar. You can use a piece of string or tape to measure around your dog's neck, then lay the string on a yard stick to determine the dogs neck measurements.
If more than one collar will fit, we suggest the larger of the two sizes.
7"- 11" neck size, 1/2" wide is very light weight for tiny dogs
8"- 14" neck size, 5/8" wide is good for small dogs that pull
12"-20" neck size, 3/4" wide is good for all medium to large size dogs
16"-28" neck size, 1" wide is for large dogs
Plastic buckles are used on adjustable dog collars so they should not to be used for tie-out.