Dog Collars- KPS way of choosing the Pawfect leash
- A thin nylon collar is more suitable for puppies.
- Make sure the collar fits well on the puppy/dog’s neck.
- There should be at least one finger between the collar and pet’s neck.
- When using collar for puppy, check it everyday as the puppy could out grow the collar.
- Use a thin leash for puppies and toy breeds.
- Larger breeds requirebroader and stronger leashes.
- Twin leads are good for walking two dogs.
KPS way of choosing the pawfect leash
A leash is not just the leash… it is your most important training tool and has a direct impact on your relationship with your dog. It also helps to keep your pooch safe, here’s how to choose the right leash:
- Leather leashes are soft and strong, besides being gentle on your hands.
- Cotton leashes are soft and are good in water. If your dog loves swimming, it is an excellent choice.
- The length of the leash should be such that it can allow your pooch to do his ‘business’ and can sniff around, while you hold his leash in your hand.
- While buying a leash, always remember to consider the age and weight of your pet. You can use a 10-15 mm leash for a Pug pup up to 4-5 months but you cannot use the same for a Labrador Retriever pup who will require a 20 mm leash.
- Chain leashes can hurt your dog if it happens to get stuck in his teeth. If used for walking, remember to use an additional gripper, to avoid hurting your hand.
- Nylon leashes are probably the most attractive ones in different hues. It is light and strong. Use a padded leash, to avoid leash burn on your hand, if your dog has a habit of pulling suddenly. If you are buying the first leash for your pup, it is a good idea.