Jan 6, 2017 - Unchewable Dog Collar – Doggie ID Tag with Paw

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All I can think of is a choke collar, but am loath to use this for tying dogs unattended(altho if I do, I will definitely not leave them unwatched to begin with). Does anyone know of other effective options? Oh & being big dogs, it's also got to be something reasonably unbreakable(or unchewable - they've eaten thru non-chain leads to escape too!).
Unchewable Dog Collar –Doggie ID Tag with Paw.
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What's great about this exercise is that all dogs can do it! It's simply a matter of setting yourself up for success and waiting out your dog. If your dog likes to chew on the leash, try some Bitter Apple spray (or rubbing alcohol or other yucky tasting substance) to soak the leash before you start. Or pick up an extra leash clip and an old choke chain (not needed for training) to make a chain "extension" to your leash. Clip the leash to the chain and use the new clip to hook the chain to the ring on your dog's collar, adding several inches of "unchewable" material to your leash. If you need more help, tie a stuffed Kong or bone to the foot of your chair to keep your dog busy.

Madeline Gabriel, Manager of Behavior and Training, San Diego Humane Society and S.P.C.A Unchewable Dog Collar – The Toughest and Strongest Options · Rimowa Limbo Review.
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When it comes to finding a collar that can’t be chewed through, it can be somewhat of a challenge to come across one that is extremely durable and can take an seemingly endless amount of pressure. Dog collars are typically made in a plethora of different materials some of the most popular ones being leather, nylon, polyester and cotton. After using each of these materials it was of course easy to see that a high-quality leather was definitely the best option that offered the strength to prevent it being chewed on and becoming tore apart over time. I have used of host of different leather collars to find which one works best to stop your dog from ever chew through it. Below are my favorite 3 unchewable dog collar options on the market.The Doggie ID tag with paw is unchewable, attaches to the collar, and is available in different sizes to suit your pet’s size. The tags are just over an inch in height with a width or either half an inch or 3/4th of an inch in width. These Doggie ID tags are available in the sizes small and medium. The size matters so that the tag fits well for the dogs of different sizes.Unchewable Dog Collar – Doggie ID Tag with Paw. attaches to the collar, and is available in different sizes to suit your pet’s size. The tags are just over an inch in height with a width or either half an inch or 3/4th of an inch in width.Unchewable Dog Collar Doggie ID Tag Unchewable Dog Collar – Doggie ID Tag with Paw. attaches to the collar, and is available in different sizes Unchewable Dog Collar Doggie ID Tag Unchewable Dog Collar – Doggie ID Tag with Paw. attaches to the collar, and is available in different sizes