- Dog Collars
Simple, stylish and functional, OnBuy’s fabulous range of dog collars is the no-fuss solution to keeping your four-legged friend safe and identifiable at all times! Available in a spectrum of colours and sizes, find the perfect pick for your pup right here.
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Whether your four-legged friend’s collar has seen better days or you’re preparing to welcome a brand new fluff ball into the family, OnBuy’s collection of dog collars for sale should be the first stop on your shopping journey!
We have a brilliant selection of plain dog collars that are both practical and affordable - and with contoured buckles that’ll sit comfortably on your pup’s neck, their tail will be wagging as usual! Showcasing an array of hues to complement every pup out there, our virtual shelves are simply brimming with options that’ll delight your dog. Choose from durable nylon dog collars, comfortable padded dog collars or premium leather dog collars for a stylish twist.
Puppy parents will be in for a treat too: we offer a delightful line-up of puppy collars to fit even the tiniest of pets! And if your pooch is particularly pint-sized, why not consider a dog harness to clip their lead onto during walks to protect their delicate necks?
Dog collar FAQs
What is a dog collar?
A dog collar is a material that's placed around the neck of a dog. It can be used for identification, protection, restraint (when used with a leash) or fashion. Dog collars are usually used for identification tags and medical information.
Are collars bad for dogs?
Only if used incorrectly. To ensure the collar is both comfortable and safe for your dog, you need to make sure it's not too tight or too loose. When using a leash, don't pull it aggressively or make any sudden jerks, as this can cause injury to your dog.
Can a collar harm my dog?
If the collar is too tight, it can harm your dog. It can lead to skin irritation, hair loss and infection. In extreme cases, it can even damage their nerves. If you use a collar, make sure you're doing it correctly.
Should I get a collar or a harness?
If you use a harness, it may be easier to control and manage your dog, even if it's not properly trained. In addition to this, harnesses disperse pressure over a larger area of your dog's body, helping to reduce strain on its neck and back while discouraging pulling. However, they may be trickier to put on, particularly if your dog's not used to wearing one, and often don't come with any identification. Collars are typically kept on a dog which means that, should they slip their lead, break free out of the front door or slip through a hole in the garden, they can be easily identified and returned safely. Ultimately, it all comes down to what suits you and - importantly - your dog best.
Do dogs like having collars on?
This really varies from dog to dog. While some dogs love wearing collars, others simply can't stand having them on. You can rest assured your dog will find some way of letting you know the latter!